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China’s belligerence has cemented India-Japan relationship

    China’s belligerence has cemented India-Japan relationship

HARSH V. PANT PM Modi with presenting Japanese PM Abe with book on his Mann ki Baat INDIA-JAPAN JAPAN SHINZO ABE India-Japan relationship has grown by leaps and bounds in

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A Decade of BRICS: Indian Perspectives for the Future

    A Decade of BRICS: Indian Perspectives for the Future

GP-ORF SERIES SEP 04 2017 A Decade of BRICS: Indian Perspectives for the Future SAMIR SARAN BRICS 2017 On the occasion of BRICS 2017, ORF releases a collection of essays

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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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Northeast states need to be considered while shaping China policy

    Northeast states need to be considered while shaping China policy

JOYEETA BHATTACHARJEE BHUTAN DOKLAM NORTHEAST INDIA Recent standoff at Doklam spotlights the vulnerabilities northeast states could face during an armed conflict with China. Security Analysts fear that in case of

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Energy News Monitor | Volume XIV; Issue 4

    Energy News Monitor | Volume XIV; Issue 4

ENERGY NEWS MONITOR JUL 11 2017 WE SAID IT FIRST We are happy to see that Draft National Energy Policy (DNEP) carried some suggestions made by Observer Research Foundation (ORF)

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Liberalism at the crossroads?

    Liberalism at the crossroads?

SHUBHANGI PRASAD If western liberalism brought people ideologically closer, an identity based Weltanschauung has increasingly reversed this process. BILL OF RIGHTS DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE GLOBALISATION IDEA OF INDIA LIBERALISM If

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The dialectic of the bathwater and the baby

    The dialectic of the bathwater and the baby

FYODOR LUKYANOV In every case a measure of balance is essential. However, while considering America, structural difference must be kept in mind. Russia, unlike the US, does not have a

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Fifty years after Naxalbari: It’s time for a new narrative

    Fifty years after Naxalbari: It’s time for a new narrative

Fifty years ago, on May 25, a large group of bargadars or sharecroppers, landless labourers, adivasis, mostly Santhals, conducted daring raids on greedy jotedars or landlords and their granaries in

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Will Hekmatyar’s return help Afghanistan?

  Will Hekmatyar’s return help Afghanistan?

AFGHANISTAN After spending 20 years in exile, former Prime Minister of Afghanistan, Gulbuddin Hekmatyar, returned to Kabul earlier this month.

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Give Kashmir a ceasefire

  Give Kashmir a ceasefire

KASHMIR Several prominent citizens from different walks of life have called for a declaration of ceasefire in Kashmir during the

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President Trump’s sojourn across the Middle East offers little concrete politics

  President Trump’s sojourn across the Middle East offers little concrete politics

SAUDI ARABIA TRUMP ERA President Donald Trump this past week initiated his debut foreign trip as the most powerful man

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Iran votes for reform

RAKESH SOOD But President Rouhani’s challenges, domestically and with the US and Arab neighbours, are just beginning. Iranian President elect

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The enduring relevance of India-Russia relations

NANDAN UNNIKRISHNAN GEOPOLITICS INDIA-RUSSIA — 70 YEARS INTERNATIONAL ORDER This is the first part in a series of ORF briefs

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Will Hekmatyar’s return help Afghanistan?

IRFAN YAR Afghan warlord Hekmatyar with President Ghani and others Pajhwok Afghan News/Twitter AFGHANISTAN After spending 20 years in exile,

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Fifty years after Naxalbari: It’s time for a new narrative

MAHENDRA KUMAWAT NIRANJAN SAHOO MAOIST NAXAL Fifty years ago, on May 25, a large group of bargadars or sharecroppers, landless

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UN denies Pakistan’s claim that India fired at a UN vehicle along LoC

HIGHLIGHTS “There is no evidence that the UNMOGIP military observers were targeted by the gunfire,” said a UN spokesman Pakistan

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President Hasan Rouhani’s landslide in Iran show elections alone do not make a democracy

MANOJ JOSHI PM Modi with Iranian President Rouhani Source: Wikipedia FARZAD B IRAN ROUHANI President Hasan Rouhani’s landslide victory in

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The coal-gate bell tolls selectively

SANJEEV AHLUWALIA A retouched image of Supreme Court of India Source: Wikipedia JUDICIARY On Monday, Special Judge Parashar quotes the

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Can the OBOR project be made to work for countries other than China?

MANOJ JOSHI Given the quantity of investments, China can’t afford to have the OBOR initiative fail. Sceptics like India can

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Iran votes for reform

But President Rouhani’s challenges, domestically and with the US and Arab neighbours, are just beginning. Iranian President elect Hassan Rouhani

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