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Kaleidoscope – Issue 3

Presenting Kaleidoscope, an e-newsletter by Alexis Centre for Public Policy and International Relations! Read the third issue here: https://goo.gl/SF3VlN   The Kaleidoscope Team, headed by journalism major Faiza Hashim Ali, consists of writers Jason Rodrigues, Jumana Fraije and Stephanie Goveas. They are all currently studying in the American University of Sharjah, majoring in Mass Communication.… Continue reading Kaleidoscope – Issue 3

Environment · Governance · Public Policy

The Paris Climate Agreement

Harsha Uikey discusses the stance of  few countries including India with respect to the Paris Climate Agreement. When the two most powerful players of World’s politics and economics, China and USA ratified the ‘Paris Climate Agreement’[i], all eyes were on the next emerging player, India. Both USA and China are the worst emitters of green… Continue reading The Paris Climate Agreement

Economics · Environment · International Affairs · Politics

Climate Change: International Shared Responsibility

Introduction Climate change is a real phenomenon which has been proved time and again by various studies and addressed at various international forums. These forums discuss and aim to find ready solutions to a then pertinent problem. Although this method of tackling the problem is effective in short term but there has been few takers… Continue reading Climate Change: International Shared Responsibility

Economics · Environment · Management

Green Banking Initiatives Abroad and its Implementation in Indian Scenario – A study of possibilities

ABSTRACT This research aims at analyzing the concept of green technology. This research paper also focuses on some of the major initiatives taken by Green Banks abroad as well as India. This research paper aims at analyzing the various green models that are used by successful green banks abroad. The author has also tried to… Continue reading Green Banking Initiatives Abroad and its Implementation in Indian Scenario – A study of possibilities

Environment · Law

Evolving Positions On Responsibility To Protect

Abstract The crime of Genocide in counties like Rwanda and instances like the ethnic cleansing in the Balkans has left the international community’s political class with a dilemma. It is getting harder for the international community to stand by while mass atrocities are committed in their plain sight. The realization the cost of life is… Continue reading Evolving Positions On Responsibility To Protect