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The Future of Nuclear Energy in India

  • Aniruddh Mohan

Challenges for India as an emerging development partner

India and Japan: Reconnecting in the Bay of Bengal

    International Affairs

    The Trans-Pacific Partnership: Implications for India

    • Geethanjali Nataraj
    Financial Markets

    A geoeconomic strategy for the new normal

    Great Power Dynamics

    Look East through Northeast: Challenges and Prospects for India

    • Subir Bhaumik
    Domestic Politics and Governance

    Games Pakistanis Play

    International Affairs

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    Apr 03 2017

    The Geopolitics and geoeconomics of one belt one road (OBOR)

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    Ashok Malik

    Ashok Malik is a Distinguished Fellow, and Head of ORF's Neighbourhood Regional Studies Initiative. His work focuses on Indian domestic politics and foreign/trade policy, and their increasing interplay, as well as on

    Somnath Sengupta

    Somnath holds a Masters in Social Anthropology from SOAS, University of London. His thesis was on the Indian middle class, wherein he observed the creolization in middle class identities post 1990s business

    Mihir Bhonsale

    Mihir Bhonsale is a Junior Fellow with ORF’s Neighbourhood and Regional Studies Initiative. He is currently working on a research project titled, “Understanding Events on the India-China Border (2003-2015)”. He is the

    Pinak Ranjan Chakravarty

    Pinak Chakravarty is a Distinguished Fellow with ORF's Regional Studies Initiative, where he oversees the West Asia Initiative, Bangladesh and selected ASEAN-related issues. He joined the ORF in October 2014.

    Tanoubi Ngangom

    Tanoubi holds an MSc in Development Studies from the London School of Economics and Political Science. She studied development theory, the informal economy and non-state governance, and the assessment and formulation of