Russia and Eurasia

Trends in Russia-China Relations: Implications for India

International Affairs

Building new alliances with BRICS

International Affairs

Old allies must talk of their new friends

International Affairs

Abe’s Russia plan: Will it work?

International Affairs

#SouthChinaSea verdict: Not just China, the world’s in deep water

Defence and Security
BRICS 2016,New Development Bank

‘BRICS’ to rebuild the house

BRICS
Arbitration,BRICS 2016,Litigation

A BRICS-only arbitration forum will not be the panacea imagined

  • Katarzyna Kaszubska
BRICS

Russia’s economy needs structural reform

Economics and Finance

Turkey, Syria, and the Islamic State

International Affairs

Modelling escalation of the Russia-Turkey conflict

International Affairs

From Response to Resilience: Adaptation in a Global Climate Agreement

Climate, Food and Environment
Brazil,BRICS 2016,China,India,Russia,Smart Cities,South Africa

BRICS cities require smart policy solutions

    Urbanisation

    With expensive wish list, Modi flies to Moscow

    International Affairs

    Lessons from BRICS: Developing an Indian strategy on global internet governance

      Internet Governance
      BRICS 2016,Islamabad,Moscow,Narendra Modi,New Delhi,Vladimir Putin

      BRICS sees rekindling of India-Russia romance

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      Vindu Mai Chotani

      Vindu Mai Chotani holds a BA in Political Science from Jesus and Mary College, Delhi University, and an MSc in International Relations from the University of Bristol, England.

      Rakesh Kumar Sinha

      Mr. Rakesh kumar has done PGDCA (Post Graduation Diploma in Computer Application) from CMC, Delhi Centre and CIC(certificate in Computing) from IGNOU, Delhi Centre. He is a Graduate in Statistics from Jodhpur

      Anita Sengupta

      Dr. Anita Sengupta is a Visiting Fellow at ORF. She is an area-studies specialist and has been tracking the Eurasian region, with Uzbekistan functioning as her area of special interest. She has

      Harish Venugopalan

      Mr. Venugopalan currently work as a Research Assistant at ORF. His area of specialization is conflict management and he is studying conflicts in Africa at the moment.

      Yogesh Joshi

      Yogesh Joshi is an associate fellow at the ORF’s Strategic Studies Program. His research at ORF looks at how India’s nuclear policy interacts with its foreign policy. His research interests