EX 900 RECLAIMING PUBLIC SPACES
Featuring Dr. Shilpa Phadke, Associate Professor, TISS (Mumbai) & Co-Author, Why Loiter? Women & Risk on Mumbai Streets and Ananya Chhaochharia, Founder, Paint It Red & MPP Candidate, Harvard Kennedy School '24
EX 800 AN EXCLUSIVE INTERACTION WITH SHEKAR NARASIMHAN
In this episode of The Bridge Project, Shekhar Narsimhan, Chairman and Founder of AAPI Victory Fund offers his take on the upcoming U.S Presidential elections and what it means for the future of America.
EX 600 PEACE & CONFLICT RESOLUTION
EX 503 PAKISTAN'S SUB-CONVENTIONAL WARFARE & INDIA'S OPTIONS
In the third episode of this series, we talk about Pakistan’s strategy of sub-conventional warfare and India's likely response options. We are joined by Pranay Kotasthane, who is Faculty & Head of Research, Takshashila Institution and co-hosts the Hindi podcast Puliyabaazi.
EX 502 AFGHANISTAN'S PEACE PROCESS & INDIA'S ROLE
In the second episode of The Bridge Project Exclusives on “India's National Security Challenges”, we talk about Afghanistan’s peace process and India’s role. We are extremely privileged to have with us Amar Sinha, a member of the National Security Advisory Board and former Ambassador to Afghanistan and Dr. Avinash Paliwal, who is a Senior Lecturer and the Deputy Director of South Asia Institute at SOAS.
EX 501 CHINA-PAKISTAN NEXUS AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR INDIA
In the first episode of this series, we talk about the China-Pakistan nexus and its implications for India. We are joined by Dr. Ashok K. Behuria, who is a Senior Fellow and Coordinator of the South Asia Centre at Manohar Parrikar Institute of Defence Studies and Analyses and Andrew Small, who is a Senior TransAtlantic Fellow with the Asia program at the German Marshall Fund of the United States
EX 403 CLIMATE CHANGE & MULTILATERALISM
In the third episode of The Bridge Project Exclusives in collaboration with Kubernein Initiative, we talk about Climate Change & Multilateralism. We are joined by Navroz K Dubash, Professor at The Centre for Policy Research (CPR) & Dr Dhanasree Jayaram, Professor, Department of Geopolitics & Co-Coordinator at the Centre for Climate Studies in Manipal Academy of Higher Education.
EX 402 WATER MANAGEMENT & DIPLOMACY
Dr Mirza Rahman and Ambika Vishwanath discuss about water management & diplomacy in the second episode of The Bridge Project Exclusives series in collaboration with Kubernein Initiative on 'Non-Traditional Security Challenges for South Asia'
EX 401 REGIONALISM AND SUB-REGIONALISM IN SOUTH ASIA
In the first episode of The Bridge Project Exclusives in collaboration with Kubernein Initiative, we are joined by Ambika Vishwanath, Co-Founder of Kubernein Initiative and Riya Sinha, Research Associate at Brookings India
EX 303 ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE: A POLITICAL ECONOMY PERSPECTIVE
In the third episode of the AI series, Dr. Anupam Guha, Faculty at Center for Policy Studies, Indian Institute of Technology- Bombay (IIT-B) discusses the political economy perspective on AI and the impact of AI on changing nature of jobs and the ownership of data.
EX 302 PUBLIC POLICY AND GOVERNANCE PERSPECTIVE ON AI
In the second episode of AI series, Vidushi Marda, Lead, AI & Human Rights, ARTICLE 19 and Dr. Vidya Subramanian, Post Doctoral Fellow, Centre for Policy Studies, IIT Bombay explores the public policy and governance of AI aspects. We dwell in depth on the aspects that impact AI research such as legal implications of data collection and storage, privacy concerns.
EX 301 ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE PRIMER: IMPLICATIONS FOR NATIONAL SECURITY
In the first episode of The Bridge Project Exclusives 'Artificial Intelligence (AI) Primer', we are joined by Dr Jaganath Sankaran, Assistant Professor, Lyndon B Johnson School of Public Policy, University of Texas Austin and Maj Gen (Dr) P.K. Chakravorty, Senior Fellow, CLAWS to understand what is artificial intelligence and how it could possibly influence national security.
EX 203 BEHAVIOURAL ECONOMICS IN ACTION: INTERNATIONAL NEGOTIATIONS
In the third episode of The Bridge Project Exclusives on Behavioural Economics, we are joined by Former Indian Ambassador to France, Dr. Mohan Kumar who is currently Professor and Vice Dean at the Jindal School of International Affairs, O.P Jindal Global University.
EX 202 BEHAVIOURAL ECONOMICS IN ACTION: MENTAL HEALTH POLICIES
In the second episode of The Bridge Project Exclusives on Behavioural Economics, we are joined by Dr Daniel Walsh. Dr Walsh is an experienced consultant with a background in risk and communications.
EX 201 BEHAVIOURAL ECONOMICS IN ACTION: PUBLIC POLICY & INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES
In the first episode of The Bridge Project Exclusives on Behavioural Economics, we are joined by Prof Shagata Mukherjee, Behavioural Economist & Researcher, Meghnad Desai Academy of Economics and Tulsipriya Rajkumari, Deputy Director in Office of the Chief Economic Adviser and the Trade and Balance of Payments (BoP) Unit of Economic Division, D/o Economic Affairs, Ministry of Finance
EX 103: INDIA'S EXPERIENCE IN MULTILATERAL DIPLOMACY
The third episode in The Bridge Project Diplomacy Series features Ambassador Kishan S Rana and Ambassador Asoke Kumar Mukarji in which they speak about 'Approaches to Multilateral diplomacy'.
EX 102 THE INDO-PACIFIC VISION OF USA, CHINA AND INDIA
The second episode in The Bridge Project Diplomacy Series features Amb. Kishan S Rana and Amb. Rajiv Bhatia in which they speak about Indo-Pacific Policies of USA, China and India.
EX 101: DIPLOMATIC SYSTEMS IN THE USA, CHINA & INDIA
The first episode in The Bridge Project Diplomacy Series features Ambassador Kishan S Rana and Ambassador Vijay K Nambiar in which they speak about 'Diplomatic Systems in U.S, China and India'.
PREVIEW - THE BRIDGE PROJECT 'EXCLUSIVES'
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E05: IR SCHOLARSHIP IN INDIA VIS-A-VIS THE GREAT DEBATES OF IR
We are joined by Prof Sumit Ganguly in this conversation. He is a Distinguished Professor of Political Science and holds the Rabindranath Tagore Chair in Indian Cultures and Civilizations at Indiana University, Bloomington.
E04: THE FUTURE OF ARMS CONTROL AND NON-PROLIFERATION
To help make sense of the nuclear quagmire, we are joined by Dr Manpreet Sethi, a leading expert in matters of nuclear politics. Dr Sethi is a Senior Fellow at the Centre for Air Power Studies, New Delhi where she heads the project on nuclear security.
E03: THE HUMAN DIMENSION IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
The objective of this offbeat episode is to motivate young scholars on how they can play their part in bridging the policy-academia divide in IR and Indian Foreign Policy. We are joined by Dhruva Jaishankar in this quest. Dhruva Jaishankar is Director of the U.S. Initiative at the New Delhi-based Observer Research Foundation (ORF).
E02: GREAT POWER RIVALRY AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR INDIA
In this episode of The Bridge Project Gold Series, Prof C Raja Mohan provides his take on a number of issues including the future of the Sino-American relationship in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, the growing Sino-Russian strategic cooperation, the influence of domestic politics on great power competition and India's foreign policy challenges & opportunities in this context.
E01: INTERNATIONAL ORDER & GLOBALIZATION IN A POST-COVID WORLD
In the pilot episode of The Bridge Project Gold Series, we are in conversation with Prof. Harsh V. Pant. Professor Harsh V Pant is Director, Studies and Head of the Strategic Studies Programme at Observer Research Foundation, New Delhi.
PREVIEW - THE BRIDGE PROJECT ‘GOLD SERIES’
Introducing a brand new segment of the podcast series, we bring to you The Bridge Project ‘Gold Series’. In this series, we invite experienced and prolific thought leaders in academia and policy to speak about diverse themes across International Relations.
The Gold Series will feature one-on-one interviews with some of the most popular voices from the field of International Relations and Indian Foreign Policy.
S01 E08: COMPARATIVE POLITICS & INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS: LESSONS FOR INDIAN FOREIGN POLICY
In this episode, we are joined by Prof. Ian Hall who teaches at the School of Government and International Relations, Griffith University, Australia and Dr Constantino Xavier, Fellow, Brookings Institution.
S01 E07: ON INDIA’S APPROACH TO INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS AND MULTILATERALISM
In this episode, we explore the nature of international organizations and the concept of multilateralism. We discuss how India’s engagement strategy in international organizations and its approach to multilateralism have evolved over the years. We are joined by two distinguished experts – Former Indian Ambassador to UN T. P. Sreenivasan and Dr. Karthik Nachiappan, Research Fellow at Institute of South Asian Studies, NUS Singapore
S01 E06: ROLE OF THE U.S. IN A CHANGING WORLD AND IMPLICATIONS FOR INDIA
In this episode, we are joined by Dr. Sreeram Chaulia, Professor & Dean, Jindal School of International Affairs, O.P Jindal Global University and Kashish Parpiani, Research Fellow, Observer Research Foundation.
S01 E05: MILITARY MODERNIZATION IN THE 21ST CENTURY: WHERE DOES INDIA STAND?
The emerging technologies and how military responds to make them operational is rapidly transforming how military operations are conducted around the world. In this episode, we are joined by Dr. Anit Mukherjee, Assistant Professor in the South Asia Programme at the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS), Nanyang Technological University and Abhijnan Rej, New Delhi-based researcher, analyst, and consultant.
S01 E04: AN EXAMINATION OF THE INDIAN & CHINESE EXPERIENCES
Exploring the role of ideologies, institutions and interests in the practice of international relations and diplomacy of both India and China, this episode features Ambassador Kishan S Rana, Dr. Jabin T Jacob and Dr. Dhananjay Tripathi.
S01 E03: REVISITING INDIA'S NEIGHBOURHOOD POLICY
In this episode, Dr Nabarun Roy, Assistant Professor in the Department of International Relations at South Asian University hosts SD Muni, Professor Emeritus at the Jawaharlal Nehru University. Prof. Muni was also India’s Special Envoy to Southeast Asian countries on UN Security Council Reforms from 2005-06 and served as India’s Ambassador to Laos PDR between 1997 to 1999.
S01 E02: SITUATING THE INDIA-PAKISTAN NUCLEAR DEBATE POST-PULWAMA
In this episode, Prof Rajesh Rajagopalan, Professor of International Politics, JNU is joined by Ms Ruhee Neog, Director, IPCS to discuss the academic and policy debates in the context of the India-Pakistan nuclear dynamics in recent years.
S01 E01 DECODING THE POLICY-ACADEMIA DIVIDE IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
In this episode, Dr. Rajneesh Verma, Director of Research and Senior Fellow at the Intellesia Institute joins Dr. Nabarun Roy, Assistant Professor in the Department of International Relations at South Asian University to speak about the field of International Relations in policy-making
PREVIEW - THE BRIDGE PROJECT
The Bridge Project, a student-led initiative, attempts to bridge the gap between academia and policymaking by offering a platform for dialogue between scholars and practitioners.