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Pakistan’s Afghan Gambit

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

  • Aryaman Bhatnagar
  • Wilson John

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.

  • Wilson John

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

    • Wilson John

    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;

    • Chintamani Mahapatra

    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

    • Wilson John

    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

    • R.S.N. Singh

    India, Sri Lanka and the Ethnic War

    The relationship between the two democracies-Sri Lanka and India-- has been largely defined in the recent past by domestic political compulsions, and a peculiar lack