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India’s clever use of the BRICS card in Doklam standoff

    India’s clever use of the BRICS card in Doklam standoff

ABHIJNAN REJ The very institutions that have facilitated China’s prominence can be potentially used to constrain its behaviour and shape its choices BRICS DOKLAM SINO-INDIA For almost two and a

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Responding to China’s rise: Japan and India as champions for the rule of law in the Indo-Pacific

    Responding to China’s rise: Japan and India as champions for the rule of law in the Indo-Pacific

OCCASIONAL PAPERS AUG 31 2017 Responding to China’s rise: Japan and India as champions for the rule of law in the Indo-Pacific BRIAN LEE CROWLEY SHUVALOY MAJUMDAR DAVID MCDONOUGH INDO-PACIFIC JAPAN

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Triple talaq and marital rape: Politics and patriarchy Trump gender justice

    Triple talaq and marital rape: Politics and patriarchy Trump gender justice

MAYA MIRCHANDANI Why is the Modi government not showing the same support for criminalising marital rape as it did with outlawing triple talaq. After all, gender violence is not religion,

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Doklam ‘dis-engagement’ may have been mutual, but it is India that has come out on top

    Doklam ‘dis-engagement’ may have been mutual, but it is India that has come out on top

MANOJ JOSHI The outcome of the months-long stand-off at Doklam is likely thanks to India’s enormous tactical advantage in the region. DOKLAM SINO-INDIA Short of a military showdown, the only

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The Doklam crisis ends: A diplomatic victory for India

    The Doklam crisis ends: A diplomatic victory for India

ASHOK SAJJANHAR DOKLAM SINO-INDIA The 70-day old eyeball to eyeball confrontation between Indian and Chinese soldiers atop the cold, deserted Doklam plateau, claimed both by Bhutan and China, ended on

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India’s cultural and civilisational influence on Southeast Asia

    India’s cultural and civilisational influence on Southeast Asia

JAYSHREE SENGUPTA ASEAN SOUTHEAST ASIA The Government of India’s ‘Act East policy’ aims at improving economic and political relations with the Southeast Asian region which has had close contacts with

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Trump’s Afghan strategy: Will tactical silence have a lot to say?

    Trump’s Afghan strategy: Will tactical silence have a lot to say?

CHAYANIKA SAXENA AFGHANISTAN DONALD TRUMP Inheriting one of America’s longest, and almost inconclusive war, the rise of Donald Trump to power was ostensibly on a promise to put an end

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Accelerating growth and development in the SDG era

    Accelerating growth and development in the SDG era

India is committed to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and world’s progress depends a great deal on India’s progress. India plays a strong leadership role at a global level around

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BJP versus opposition: A reality check

  BJP versus opposition: A reality check

SATISH MISRA BJP CONGRESS NARENDRA MODI Less than two years to go for the next general elections, the ruling Bharatiya

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Trump’s Afghan strategy — Transforming South Asia

  Trump’s Afghan strategy — Transforming South Asia

ASHOK SAJJANHAR Trump’s Afghan strategy has been long in the making. But the wait has been well worth it. AFGHANISTAN

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Should India re-evaluate its Afghanistan strategy?

  Should India re-evaluate its Afghanistan strategy?

PUSHAN DAS Does this “new direction” in the United States Afghan strategy mean that India should start to re-evaluate its

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Modi regime wise to not claim victory over China

  Modi regime wise to not claim victory over China

MIHIR SWARUP SHARMA BHUTAN DOKLAM SINO-INDIA So what has happened in Doklam? Has it been a famous victory for India

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What does absence of Indo-China joint statement on Doklam withdrawal say?

  What does absence of Indo-China joint statement on Doklam withdrawal say?

RAJESWARI PILLAI RAJAGOPALAN Admittedly, these are early hours and the following analysis will have to be corrected on the basis

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Realising the BRICS long-term goals: Road-maps and pathways

  Realising the BRICS long-term goals: Road-maps and pathways

BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS AUG 29 2017 Realising the BRICS long-term goals: Road-maps and pathways H. H. S. VISWANATHAN SHUBH SONI

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India grows but inequality too rises

  India grows but inequality too rises

JAYSHREE SENGUPTA INEQUALITY INEQUALITY OF INCOME India at 70 has 101 dollar billionaires and 236,000 dollar millionaires. But it also

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How the right to privacy judgement will and won’t impact India’s data protection regime

  How the right to privacy judgement will and won’t impact India’s data protection regime

AKHIL DEO If the purpose of privacy is to preserve democracy, then data protection laws must reflect this purpose. RIGHT

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Before Afghanistan, Trump should sort out how ‘South Asia’ is seen in Washington

  Before Afghanistan, Trump should sort out how ‘South Asia’ is seen in Washington

KABIR TANEJA If history is to be consulted, re-packaging sells well within the White House and perhaps more importantly, the

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Data is critical for informed decision making in the Ganga-Padma system

  Data is critical for informed decision making in the Ganga-Padma system

Awareness and education about uncertainties — floods, droughts, etc. — should be created at the cellular level. PreviousNext Photolabs@ORF 2017

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Why demise of IS is exaggerated

  Why demise of IS is exaggerated

KABIR TANEJA Even as IS loses control over land, and struggles to keep hold of its influence zones, the fight

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Why Brahmos sale to Vietnam is no violation of missile technology control regime commitments

  Why Brahmos sale to Vietnam is no violation of missile technology control regime commitments

RAJESWARI PILLAI RAJAGOPALAN India’s potential sale of Brahmos missiles to Vietnam is not in violation of any MTCR rules or

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