The post-Conference of Parties climate change debate at Glasgow is warming up as analysts take stock of the agreement and what it means in real terms. The lack of consensus on climate justice and the absence of a supra-national authority have led to a negotiating process driven by narrow national interests, writes Nitin Desai, and suggests a simple principle of climate justice to make it work. Read it here. Vandana Gombar lists the key points about getting climate strategy right here. Read it here
In other views:
The Indo-US bilateral relationship has shown considerable progress recently but the same cannot be said of the economic agenda. For this to progress, India needs to take a whole-of-government approach, the top edit
says, as US Trade Representative Katherine Tai arrives to restart the US-India Trade Policy Forum. Read it here...
The commissioning of two capital warships in quick succession – INS Visakhapatnam and a Scorpene-class submarine – offer a reminder of the slippage in the Navy’s long-term perspective plan, the second edit
points out. Read it here...
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