India is at an Energy Crossroads

India is at an Energy Crossroads

India is reliant on the Middle East for its oil and could soon be equally dependent on China for its electric vehicle revolution. The image shows Dr Chris Wright, Co-founder of British sodium ion battery company Faradion, presenting during an event in Bangalore that we organised as part of their market entry into India. Faradion […]

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The pandemic and associated lockdowns have given rise to an acceleration in ‘fake news’ around the world over the last year. The phenomenon of mis- and disinformation takes root, evolves and proliferates and can cause real world harm. In this blog post, Pratik Dattani, of consulting group Economic Policy Group, delves deeper into how public paranoia helps […]

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A few weeks ago at the Scottish National Party’s Spring Conference, something quite unusual happened. It was not the focus on liberal and social issues. It wasn’t that the thousands of party members gathered clapped in unison whenever a speaker mentioned Scottish independence. Instead, it was that a fringe event was organised to explore deeper […]

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At a conference in Bengaluru recently, i explained to a confused fellow delegate the difference between England, Great Britain, the United Kingdom and British Isles. We were talking about what Brexit meant, and my clarification of these different monikers inadvertently reinforced my point: the country is going through an extended identity crisis. For the sake […]

The British Indian diaspora is more engaged with India than ever before

The British Indian diaspora is more engaged with India than ever before

A few weeks ago at the Scottish National Party’s Spring Conference, something quite unusual happened. It was not the focus on liberal and social issues. It wasn’t that the thousands of party members gathered clapped in unison whenever a speaker mentioned Scottish independence. Instead, it was that a fringe event was organised to explore deeper […]

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India is at an Energy Crossroads

India is reliant on the Middle East for its oil and could soon be equally dependent on China for its electric vehicle revolution. The image shows Dr Chris Wright, Co-founder of British sodium ion battery company Faradion, presenting during an event in Bangalore that we organised as part of their market entry into India. Faradion […]

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How to stop the spread of conspiracy theories and build societal resilience against fake news

The pandemic and associated lockdowns have given rise to an acceleration in ‘fake news’ around the world over the last year. The phenomenon of mis- and disinformation takes root, evolves and proliferates and can cause real world harm. In this blog post, Pratik Dattani, of consulting group Economic Policy Group, delves deeper into how public paranoia helps […]

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Making Britain great again: Shared values made my generation proud, Brexit is a huge distraction

At a conference in Bengaluru recently, i explained to a confused fellow delegate the difference between England, Great Britain, the United Kingdom and British Isles. We were talking about what Brexit meant, and my clarification of these different monikers inadvertently reinforced my point: the country is going through an extended identity crisis. For the sake […]

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India is reliant on the Middle East for its oil and could soon be equally dependent on China for its electric vehicle revolution. The image shows Dr Chris Wright, Co-founder of British sodium ion battery company Faradion, presenting during an event in Bangalore that we organised as part of their market entry into India. Faradion […]

LSE Media blog

How to stop the spread of conspiracy theories and build societal resilience against fake news

The pandemic and associated lockdowns have given rise to an acceleration in ‘fake news’ around the world over the last year. The phenomenon of mis- and disinformation takes root, evolves and proliferates and can cause real world harm. In this blog post, Pratik Dattani, of consulting group Economic Policy Group, delves deeper into how public paranoia helps […]

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The British Indian diaspora is more engaged with India than ever before

A few weeks ago at the Scottish National Party’s Spring Conference, something quite unusual happened. It was not the focus on liberal and social issues. It wasn’t that the thousands of party members gathered clapped in unison whenever a speaker mentioned Scottish independence. Instead, it was that a fringe event was organised to explore deeper […]

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India is reliant on the Middle East for its oil and could soon be equally dependent on China for its electric vehicle revolution. The image shows Dr Chris Wright, Co-founder of British sodium ion battery company Faradion, presenting during an event in Bangalore that we organised as part of their market entry into India. Faradion […]

LSE Media blog

How to stop the spread of conspiracy theories and build societal resilience against fake news

The pandemic and associated lockdowns have given rise to an acceleration in ‘fake news’ around the world over the last year. The phenomenon of mis- and disinformation takes root, evolves and proliferates and can cause real world harm. In this blog post, Pratik Dattani, of consulting group Economic Policy Group, delves deeper into how public paranoia helps […]

Times of India Brexit British Indian

The British Indian diaspora is more engaged with India than ever before

A few weeks ago at the Scottish National Party’s Spring Conference, something quite unusual happened. It was not the focus on liberal and social issues. It wasn’t that the thousands of party members gathered clapped in unison whenever a speaker mentioned Scottish independence. Instead, it was that a fringe event was organised to explore deeper […]

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India is reliant on the Middle East for its oil and could soon be equally dependent on China for its electric vehicle revolution. The image shows Dr Chris Wright, Co-founder of British sodium ion battery company Faradion, presenting during an event in Bangalore that we organised as part of their market entry into India. Faradion […]

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How to stop the spread of conspiracy theories and build societal resilience against fake news

The pandemic and associated lockdowns have given rise to an acceleration in ‘fake news’ around the world over the last year. The phenomenon of mis- and disinformation takes root, evolves and proliferates and can cause real world harm. In this blog post, Pratik Dattani, of consulting group Economic Policy Group, delves deeper into how public paranoia helps […]

Times of India Brexit British Indian

The British Indian diaspora is more engaged with India than ever before

A few weeks ago at the Scottish National Party’s Spring Conference, something quite unusual happened. It was not the focus on liberal and social issues. It wasn’t that the thousands of party members gathered clapped in unison whenever a speaker mentioned Scottish independence. Instead, it was that a fringe event was organised to explore deeper […]

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Is the UK becoming less attractive for students?

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Dr Chris Wright Co-founder Faradion sodium ion batteries

India is at an Energy Crossroads

India is reliant on the Middle East for its oil and could soon be equally dependent on China for its electric vehicle revolution. The image shows Dr Chris Wright, Co-founder of British sodium ion battery company Faradion, presenting during an event in Bangalore that we organised as part of their market entry into India. Faradion […]

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How to stop the spread of conspiracy theories and build societal resilience against fake news

The pandemic and associated lockdowns have given rise to an acceleration in ‘fake news’ around the world over the last year. The phenomenon of mis- and disinformation takes root, evolves and proliferates and can cause real world harm. In this blog post, Pratik Dattani, of consulting group Economic Policy Group, delves deeper into how public paranoia helps […]

Times of India Brexit British Indian

The British Indian diaspora is more engaged with India than ever before

A few weeks ago at the Scottish National Party’s Spring Conference, something quite unusual happened. It was not the focus on liberal and social issues. It wasn’t that the thousands of party members gathered clapped in unison whenever a speaker mentioned Scottish independence. Instead, it was that a fringe event was organised to explore deeper […]