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Debating Disruption in the World Order

Raisina Files 2018 unpacks disruption and its interaction with global politics. Disruptive forces have been grouped along the lines of actors, processes, and theatres: three major

Space India 2.0: Commerce, policy, security and governance perspectives

India’s space programme has taken huge strides since its humble beginnings six decades ago. Today, India is recognised as a self-reliant spacefaring nation with capabilities

Prospects for EU–India Security Cooperation

This publication presents works of West Asia, maritime security, radicalisation and terrorism to examine the contours of EU-India collaboration.

Nuclear Security in India

ORF's second edition of the Nuclear security report undertakes a fresh review of the threat perception in the light of the recent terrorist attacks in

Road from Paris: Ensuring Effective and Equitable Climate Action

Climate action at multiple levels by a diverse set of actors is crucial for the success of the recommendations on the road from Paris.

Locating India within the Global Non-Proliferation Architecture: Prospects, Challenges and Opportunities

India’s integration into the global non-proliferation architecture is set, and New Delhi must now work on the country’s accession to the four export control regimes.

‘BRICS’ to rebuild the house

(From 2016: ORF Primer) Recent consensus has written off the BRICS. Is there a case left to be made for the grouping? Samir Saran and

Asia with Africa: Opportunities and Challenges

The past two decades have witnessed rapid economic transformation in Asia. Asian economies are now looking to Africa to support their economic growth and strategic

Defence Primer: India at 75

The Defence Primer establishes India’s defence goals and the strategies needed to achieve them as India moves towards the 75th year of its independence in

Nuclear security in India

Unlike other recent evaluations, India's nuclear security measures are indeed comparable to best practices globally, but we have done a poor job of publicising our