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IRBM for Brahmaputra Sub-basin

Challenging basic tenets of Integrated River Basin Management (IRBM), where ecology & ecological economics of water are defined as important cornerstones.

Pakistan’s Afghan Gambit

This book explores the different facets of Pakistan's policy towards Afghanistan, especially post-2001.

Looking Beyond the Conflict: Changing Dynamics of India-Sri-Lanka Ties

The end of the three decade-long ethnic conflict in Sri Lanka has thrown up both challenges and opportunities for Colombo and New Delhi. This publication,

Re-imagining the Indus: Mapping Media Reportage in India and Pakistan

Water shortage has become a subject of intense public debate in the present political narrative on resource management and riparian rights. In an attempt to

Caliphate’s Soldiers: Lashkar-e-Tayyeba’s Long War

This book gives a fascinating insight into one of the world's most dangerous terrorist organization, providing lucid details on its operations, funding and world-wide network.

Counter-Terrorism in South Asia

ORF has launched a new book -- Counter Terrorism in South Asia. The book, released by Dr. Shashi Tharoor, Member of Parliament, is a collection

    The Coming Blowback: How Pakistan is Endangering the World

    Coming Blowback is an attempt to test the conventional wisdom about Pakistan and its war on terrorism. Reaching beyond the headlines and

    The US Approach to the Islamic World

    The United States' mercurial foreign policies toward the Muslim world-including actions taken against Islamic countries which have attempted to challenge the United State' regional dominance;

    Pakistan: The Struggle Within

    Pakistan: The Struggle Within documents and analyses, among other things, the geopolitical scenario, the ethnic conflicts and civil-military relations in Pakistan, and explores its immediate

    The Military Factor in Pakistan

    Pakistan's politics, governance, institutional capacities, internal and external security and the nation-building process are at a critical juncture. The stance of the military, thus, would