Beijing’s efforts to expand Islamabad’s dependence on its currency relies on a postwar U.S. playbook.
The reelection of International Court of Justice Judge Dalveer Bhandari may give international regimes a stronger foothold in years to come.
The UN Group of Governmental Experts—tasked with developing a “common understanding” of how states should behave in cyberspace—failed last week. But is international law in cyberspace really dead at the hands of the GGE?
The suspension of expedited processing for H-1B visas offers an opportunity for India and the United States to rethink their approach to bilateral technology collaboration.
What the Russian-U.S. confrontation suggests to states that do not have the capacity to execute sophisticated cyber attacks.
If India and the US can create tangible cooperation in cyber security and the digital economy, it would send a message to developing countries that digital spaces can be effectively secured while accounting for the freedoms of expression and commerce on the internet.