Regional Studies

Tracks developments beyond the neighbourhood, focussing on engagement with and relevant developments within the Americas, Africa, China, West Asia and Asia-Pacific.

Trends in Russia-China Relations: Implications for India

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Neighbourhood First: Navigating Ties Under Modi

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Strengthening BBIN connectivity: Market signals for policymaking

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ASEAN,Mekong,Myanmar

The road to Mekong: the India-Myanmar-Thailand trilateral highway project

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Transformations in West Asia: Regional perspectives

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Islam,Jihad,New Age Terror,Wahhabi

Future of terrorism and terrorism of the future

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South Asia Weekly | Volume IX; Issue 7

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    PM’s Iran trip: What should be on Modi’s agenda?

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    South China Sea | Volume V; Issue 1

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      Ajit Doval’s challenge in Beijing: Balancing the four Cs

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      Sunjoy Joshi

      Sunjoy Joshi has a Master’s Degree in English Literature from Allahabad University, India, as well as in Development Studies from University of East Anglia, Norwich. He also studied Upstream Economics and Risk

      Himani Pant

      Himani Pant is a Research Assistant at ORF’s Strategic Studies Program. Her research focuses on Foreign Policy of Russia and the European Union.

      Nisha Verma

      Ms. Nisha did M.Lib, B. Lib and B.Sc. from Jammu University in the year 2001. During the M.Lib Sc course, the subject of her dissertation was application of Information Technology in the

      Sanjeev Ahluwalia

      Sanjeev S. Ahluwalia is Advisor, Observer Research Foundation. He remains affiliated with The Energy Research Institute (TERI), New Delhi, where he worked for three years and the CUTS Centre for Infrastructure Regulation