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US presidential election: A game theorist's delight
International Affairs | US Domestic Politics Oct 07, 2016

US presidential election: A game theorist's delight

US Presidential Election 2016 make a strong case to be included in Game Theory classes at Universities across the world

Regional parties and Indian politics
State Level Politics | National Politics Oct 07, 2016

Regional parties and Indian politics

The author writes upon, regional parties role in India, in the country’s parliamentary democracy

Changed Pakistan policy a challenge to Modi Govt
Neighbourhood | Indian Foreign Policy Oct 06, 2016

Changed Pakistan policy a challenge to Modi Govt

The September 29 strike was different in a significant way that not only did the Narendra Modi government own it, but also publicised it.

India now controls the escalation ladder
Neighbourhood | Defence and Security Oct 05, 2016

India now controls the escalation ladder

The deterrence game between India and Pakistan has changed dramatically with India’s decision to conduct a military strike across the Line of Control.

After the 'surgical' strike: Short and long term implications
Internal Security Oct 05, 2016

After the 'surgical' strike: Short and long term implications

The short and long term perspective of the Line of Control in the post surgical strikes scenario

After the ‘surgical strikes’ – What next?
International Affairs | Neighbourhood | Internal Security Oct 04, 2016

After the ‘surgical strikes’ – What next?

The most effective means of preventing another terrorist attack is not to expect a change of behaviour on the part of Pakistan army and the jihadi groups but to improve our own defensive capabilities and ensure greater coordination between the relevant agencies.

Maldives seeks berth in UN Security Council
International Affairs | Neighbourhood Oct 01, 2016

Maldives seeks berth in UN Security Council

Where from here is the question that they would be asking of Maldives – and Maldives should be asking itself.

Why would Pakistan respond?
Neighbourhood | Indian Foreign Policy | Nuclear Security Sep 30, 2016

Why would Pakistan respond?

If Pakistan is willing to escalate and want to respond to the recent surgical strike, what are likely to be its options?

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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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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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