GP-ORF Series

The GP-ORF series focuses on key debates occurring in India that influence the progression of global governance and policy discussions. This joint collaboration between Global Policy Journal and ORF strives to explain and discuss the indivisibility of Indian affairs from global affairs.

Past Events

American public’s views on domestic and foreign policy issues

Human capital, growth and public policy

Quadrilateral debate

Revisiting India’s border security

Understanding Israel: Constructing an India–Israel narrative for the future

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Pratnashree Basu

Pratnashree Basu is a Junior Fellow with ORF's Neighbourhood Regional Studies Initiative and Maritime Initiative. She is currently part of the project ‘Proximity to Connectivity: India and its Eastern and Southeastern Neighbours,’

Raghu Raman

Raghu has possibly one of the most unique career profiles spanning over 25 years. He spent eleven years as an officer in the Indian Armed Forces, followed by another eleven years in

Falguni Tewari

Falguni Tewari is a Visiting Associate with the Centre for Strategic Studies at ORF. Her research at the Foundation focuses on Indian foreign policy, paradiplomacy in Indian states, domestic (electoral) politics in

Atul Chandra

Mr Atul Chandra, a Petroleum Engineer, joined India’s National Oil Company, ONGC and reached the board level at a very young age. Besides managing oil field operations and establishing a technical research

R. Ashok

R. Ashok is an Advisor at ORF. He has held top management positions at the telecom and railways’ sectors in India. He has also held senior positions at the Central