Jagannath P. Panda

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  • Jagannath P. Panda is Research Fellow at Manohar Parrikar Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses, New Delhi. Click here for detailed profile.

    The Quad’s Survival Depends on Managing Security and Trade Troubles

    October 03, 2021

    Research Fellow, Manohar Parrikar IDSA, Dr. Jagannath Panda's article ‘The Quad’s Survival Depends on Managing Security and Trade Troubles’ has been published in ‘The National Interest’, Washington DC, on October 03, 2021.

    What Kishida as Japan PM Means for India and China

    October 03, 2021

    Research Fellow, Manohar Parrikar IDSA, Dr. Jagannath Panda's piece ‘What Kishida as Japan PM Means for India and China’ has been published in ‘The Sunday Guardian’ on October 03, 2021.

    The piece argues that Kishida is highly likely to take Abe’s Indo-Pacific legacy ahead. This was accentuated with his victory speech post winning the LDP presidentship wherein he stated that ‘realisation of a free and open Indo-Pacific’ is a key priority and challenge.

    Tokyo and Taliban 2.0: Gauging Japan’s Political Stake in Kabul

    September 20, 2021

    Research Fellow, Manohar Parrikar IDSA, Dr. Jagannath Panda's article on ‘Tokyo and Taliban 2.0: Gauging Japan's Political Stake in Kabul’ has been published as Focus Asia: Perspectives & Analyses at the Institute for Security and Development Policy, Stockholm.

    Tokyo’s Peace Banner on Taliban 2.0

    September 17, 2021

    Research Fellow, Manohar Parrikar IDSA, Dr. Jagannath Panda's piece ‘Tokyo's Peace Banner on Taliban 2.0’ has been published in Japan Forward on September 17, 2021.

    The piece examines how Tokyo perceives Taliban 2.0, and what would be Japan’s future outlook towards a Taliban-led Afghanistan.

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    Beijing’s Strategic Moments with Taliban: Policy, Strategy and Worldview

    Beijing’s stance on Afghanistan’s political crisis and its approach towards the Taliban regime is a critical variable that will shape the geometrics of the China–Taliban–Pakistan nexus versus India and the West.

    September 03, 2021

    What Beijing’s Expanding Digital Silk Road Means to India?

    The Digital Silk Road can give China the power to shape global digital governance norms in its favour and the political, economic and strategic tools to be a technological hegemon, posing enormous challenges to emerging economies like India.

    August 24, 2021

    The Quad and India's Strategic Choices in Afghanistan

    August 23, 2021

    Research Fellow, Manohar Parrikar IDSA, Dr. Jagannath Panda's article ‘The Quad and India's Strategic Choices in Afghanistan’ has been published in Prospects & Perspectives (no.43) published by the Prospect Foundation, Taiwan, on August 23, 2021.

    Prime Minister Suga, One Year Later

    August 12, 2021

    Research Fellow, Manohar Parrikar IDSA, Dr. Jagannath Panda's piece ‘Prime Minister Suga, One Year Later’ has been published in The Japan Forward on August 12, 2021.

    The piece addresses two questions: after almost a year of his leadership and in light of the upcoming Japanese elections, has Suga successfully responded to the international and domestic challenges he faced? How should the world —and Japan itself —evaluate Prime Minister Suga’s one year in office?

    Build Back Better World Initiative: A Partnership Against or Beyond China?

    Envisioned as a sustainable alternative to China’s BRI, US-led Build Back Better World (B3W) initiative seeks to narrow down infrastructure deficit in the developing world. However, with their several distinct areas of focus, BRI & B3W can possibly share both complementary & competitive equations.

    August 09, 2021

    The Elusive Quest for an ‘Asian NATO’

    The turn of the twenty-first century brought with it the miraculous economic rise of China in Asia and beyond; American strategy towards the region, denoted by the ‘pivot to Asia’ and acceptance of a ‘Pacific Century’ for the US,1 became increasingly China-centric. Building partnerships, forging security and commercial pacts with Asian countries and enhancing maritime presence across the Indian Ocean Region (IOR) eventually became the fulcrum of America’s Asia strategy, with mainstream strategic perception in the United States on China becoming increasingly negative.

    January 2021

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