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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

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

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Priyanka Shah is a Junior Fellow at ORF. She is a part of the health program in the development and society initiative. Her research focuses on the politics of health. She is

Falguni Tewari

Falguni Tewari is a Research Assistant 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

Mihir Swarup Sharma

Mihir Swarup Sharma was born in Delhi, and grew up mainly in Bombay and Calcutta. He was trained as an economist and political scientist in Delhi and in Boston. From 2008, he