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Maldives: Now, it’s Gayoom’s turn to lose another round to Yameen?
International Affairs | Neighbourhood Nov 15, 2016

Maldives: Now, it’s Gayoom’s turn to lose another round to Yameen?

Gayoom faction in ruling PPM has lost two more of the eight MPs that had backed them against President Abdulla Yameen in the latest tussle in the Maldives.

Relevance of the International Criminal Court in question
International Affairs Nov 14, 2016

Relevance of the International Criminal Court in question

Questions of relevance have come to the fore with the decision by three African countries — Burundi, South Africa and Gambia — to withdraw from the ICC.

The man behind the new president
Gender | US Domestic Politics Nov 14, 2016

The man behind the new president

What Trump’s election show is that electors still prefer a man to a woman.

How Donald trumped Hillary
International Affairs | US Domestic Politics Nov 11, 2016

How Donald trumped Hillary

The confidence of pollsters misled the world in anticipating Hillary to consider her win as a foregone conclusion and did not anticipate the Donald winning.

Optimism over upcoming Modi-Abe Tokyo summit
International Affairs | Indian Foreign Policy Nov 11, 2016

Optimism over upcoming Modi-Abe Tokyo summit

Modi and Abe will be holding their third summit and second one to be held in Tokyo in a bid to renew their special strategic and global partnership

Dealing with President Donald Trump
International Affairs | US Domestic Politics Nov 10, 2016

Dealing with President Donald Trump

With the shock of the US election result wearing off, the reality of having to figure out how to deal with new President Donald Trump becomes imperative.

Chikungunya, dengue and emerging infectious diseases
Healthcare Nov 10, 2016

Chikungunya, dengue and emerging infectious diseases

Chikungunya is an example of what public health specialists call emerging or re-emerging infectious diseases in developing countries.

India's perspective on post-Paris climate negotiations
Climate, Food and Environment | Energy | Climate Change | Energy Efficiency Nov 08, 2016

India's perspective on post-Paris climate negotiations

Indigenisation of technology innovation — both products and processes — will be critical to resolving the climate-development nexus.

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Niranjan Sahoo

Niranjan Sahoo

Niranjan Sahoo, PhD, is a Senior Fellow with ORF’s Governance and Politics Initiative. With years of expertise in governance and public policy, he now anchors studies and programmes on democracy, human rights, federalism, electoral reforms (particularly issues related to political ...

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