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India’s strategic unicorn in Chabahar

    India’s strategic unicorn in Chabahar

KABIR TANEJA The security dimension of Chabahar is based on a preferential approach towards Indian interests rather than one based on exclusivity by Iran CHABAHAR FARZAD B IRAN India’s external

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New player in east asia: Modi must fill the gaps in Trump’s Indo-Pacific vision

    New player in east asia: Modi must fill the gaps in Trump’s Indo-Pacific vision

MANOJ JOSHI INDO-PACIFIC TPP In early June 2018, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to address the Shangri-La Dialogue in Singapore. High level Indian guests have so far stayed away

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On Jerusalem, Modi government is putting ideology over national interest

    On Jerusalem, Modi government is putting ideology over national interest

MANOJ JOSHI Bandwagoning with the US cannot be a substitute for a working foreign policy in our own region and near abroad. ISRAEL JERUSALEM PALESTINE To say that the Indian

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O Jerusalem! Trump crosses the rubicon

    O Jerusalem! Trump crosses the rubicon

PINAK RANJAN CHAKRAVARTY ISRAEL JERUSALEM PALESTINE TRUMP ERA In a stunning reversal of American policy, US President Donald Trump has announced that his administration will formally recognise Jerusalem as Israel’s capital

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Democratic, innovative and secure: How India can shape the future of the internet

    Democratic, innovative and secure: How India can shape the future of the internet

SAMIR SARAN GCCS GCCS 2017 India is fast becoming the indispensable nation of cyberspace. The Indian market could decide the future of many technology giants. As such, she can be

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How the ‘fall’ of IS, more than its rise, challenges global diplomacy

    How the ‘fall’ of IS, more than its rise, challenges global diplomacy

KABIR TANEJA The Syrian crisis, at its current juncture, looks set for a prolonged battle. EUPHRATES SHIELD IRAN IRAQ ISLAMIC STATE SYRIA With the disintegration of the Islamic State’s territorial

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Great walls: Addressing domestic barriers to climate action projects in India

    Great walls: Addressing domestic barriers to climate action projects in India

ISSUE BRIEFS AND SPECIAL REPORTS DEC 11 2017 VIKROM MATHUR APARAJIT PANDEY CLIMATE ACTION CLIMATE ADAPTATION CLIMATE FINANCE FINANCING GREEN TRANSITIONS PRIVATE CAPITAL This report is part of the Observer

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Public health worst spot in India’s economic path

    Public health worst spot in India’s economic path

JAYSHREE SENGUPTA Public health is the worst spot in India’s economic path despite a recent rise in GDP growth. Without a healthy population and labour force, India cannot hope to

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आधार बनाम भोजन का अधिकार

    आधार बनाम भोजन का अधिकार

MALANCHA CHAKRABARTY आधार और इसके क्रियान्वयन को लेकर होने वाले विमर्श में भोजन के अधिकार के सवाल को जोरदार तरीके

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Jerusalem in the eye of storm

    Jerusalem in the eye of storm

HARSH V. PANT ISRAEL MIDDLE EAST PALESTINE In an age where disruption is the new normal, this one surely gets

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Will Modi’s magic band work again in Gujarat?

    Will Modi’s magic band work again in Gujarat?

SATISH MISRA The BJP is confronting a tough battle. Media reports from the state till recently were almost unanimous that

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TRAI should junk net neutrality

SANJEEV AHLUWALIA NET NEUTRALITY TRAI TRAI was once the gold standard for “light touch” regulation, in stark contrast to electricity

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Saudi-Iranian rivalry mushrooms to threaten the middle east

    Saudi-Iranian rivalry mushrooms to threaten the middle east

RAKESH SOOD Fierce Iranian-Saudi rivalry ensures more conflict for the Middle East with the rest of the world left to

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North Korean nuclear crisis: What can the world do?

    North Korean nuclear crisis: What can the world do?

ASHOK SAJJANHAR The world needs to evolve a balanced and unified stand to deal with the Korean nuclear impasse. The

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Will exports remain India’s Achilles heel?

    Will exports remain India’s Achilles heel?

SANJEEV AHLUWALIA India has become a world leader in initiating action under anti-dumping measures. EXPORTS Before the world became flat

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Zimbabwe and the end of Mugabe’s reign: the bloodless coup and China’s role

    Zimbabwe and the end of Mugabe’s reign: the bloodless coup and China’s role

PINAK RANJAN CHAKRAVARTY MUGABE ZIMBABWE Robert Mugabe, the 93-year-old president of the East African country of Zimbabwe, has finally quit

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US public more divided today than any time, Dr. Bruce Stokes

    US public more divided today than any time, Dr. Bruce Stokes

EVENT REPORTS US public more divided today than any time, Dr. Bruce Stokes PreviousNext Photolabs@ORF 2017 Nov 27 DEMOCRATS REPUBLICAN

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Energy News Monitor | Volume XIV; Issue 23

    Energy News Monitor | Volume XIV; Issue 23

ENERGY NEWS MONITOR NOV 23 2017 Source: Daniel Parks ENERGY MONITOR ENM NOVEMBER Coal News Commentary: October – November 2017 India

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India needs to invest much more on human capital: Bill Gates

    India needs to invest much more on human capital: Bill Gates

EVENT REPORTS PreviousNext Photolabs@ORF 2017 Nov 23 HUMAN CAPITAL As part of the health project Observer Research Foundation is doing

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China’s rise and Trumpmerica’s tryst with the Thucydides trap

    China’s rise and Trumpmerica’s tryst with the Thucydides trap

KASHISH PARPIANI Thucydides’ assertion of the fifth century war being “inevitable” owing to the “rise of Athens” and the fear

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