Policy, Guns and Money: India’s foreign policy and climate change in defence planning

In this episode, ASPI’s Fergus Hanson speaks to Richard Rossow, a senior adviser and Wadhwani Chair in US–India Policy Studies at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, about the trajectory of the US–India relationship and lessons for Canberra in how Washington and New Delhi have approached their relationship. They also discuss India’s domestic and foreign policy priorities, including on data security.

Next, ASPI’s Baani Grewal talks with India foreign policy analysts Akriti Vasudeva and Teesta Prakash. Their conversation covers the US–India relationship, India–Australia ties, the potential of the Quad and the priorities for these relationships given the rapidly changing strategic environment.

With COP27 entering its second week, climate policies and addressing climate challenges are in focus for governments around the world. ASPI’s Robert Glasser speaks to Professor Joshua Busby from the University of Texas at Austin about climate and security, how the US Department of Defense is factoring climate change into its planning, and some lessons for the Australian government.