Shambhavi Naik, Raja Karthikeya, and Ameya Naik in conversation with Pranay Kotasthane
To say that COVID-19 has changed the world is merely stating the obvious at this point. Deep-seated trends have been accelerated by the pandemic. As the US's star-spangled banner fades, China's red-gold stars once seemed to be dawning over Asia - a hegemony now questioned by many. An unprecedented global reorganisation of capital, labour, and supply chains is in the making. And India needs to be ready.
What is our transformed world going to look like? How can India resolve the difficult societal and economic challenges it faces at home while negotiating an ever-changing international order? After the Pandemic brings together policy researchers and leading intellectuals from The Takshashila Institution's book, India's Marathon, to come up with answers.