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China and the New World Order

China and the New World Order

Center for International Relations and Strategic Studies (CIRSS), IMPRI Impact and Policy Research Institute organized a One-Month Immersive Online Certificate Training Course on Diplomacy and Foreign Policy. On day 5 of the course Prof Srikanth Kondapalli, Dean, School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India gave his presentation on China and the New World Order.
Idea of Feminist Economics Winning the Nobel Prize: Good News for Women

Idea of Feminist Economics Winning the Nobel Prize: Good News for Women

Empowering women to make life choices, respecting their autonomy, and men's readiness to share in household chores and care work is the way ahead. This year's Economics Nobel, awarded to a woman economic historian, Claudia Goldin, honours analytical scrutiny to questions of not just economic growth but also of sociology and of quotidian attitudes of men and women in domestic, even intimate, spaces.
Climate Change Asessment and Economics Impact

Climate Change Assessment and Economic Impacts

Professor Rekha Nianthi, a distinguished academic from the Department of Geography at the University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka, delivered an enlightening presentation that meticulously examined the multifaceted dimensions of climate change and its profound economic implications, with a special focus on the Indian subcontinent and various Asian nations. Her insightful discourse commenced with a clear definition of climate change, characterizing it as a protracted shift in long-term temperature and weather patterns primarily driven by the burning of fossil fuels, which releases greenhouse gases like carbon dioxide and methane into the atmosphere.