REWIND

Past ORF work that continues to remain relevant today.

Challenges and Opportunities for India in the Post-Pandemic Geopolitical Landscape

Introduction How useful still is the notion of non-alignment—an article of faith with India’s foreign policy establishment which has been questioned in recent times? In a discussion with strategic affairs...

India’s rise is a reality

At the recent celebrations marking the centenary of the ruling Communist Party of China, President Xi Jinping was at his trademark best when he thundered that those who would “dare...

Diplomacy and Resilience: Betting on India is a Good Wager

At the India-EU summit in early May, French President Emmanuel Macron declared, “India does not need to listen to lectures from anyone about vaccine supplies. India has exported a lot...

The Indian Economy: A fragile recovery from COVID 2.0

The health shock of COVID 2.0 seems to be seeping into the economic domain and attenuating the pace of our V-shaped recovery. After coping with the first wave of the...

India: Too strategic to fail

Since the second wave of COVID-19 engulfed India, there has been an outpouring of support from nations around the world. Help came from all directions. Rich nations including the US,...

India-Africa relations: Partnership, COVID-19 setback and the way forward

The values that steer India’s development cooperation — demand driven, conditionality free and based on the principle of partnership among equals — are appreciated in Africa. But India’s model of development cooperation in Africa lacks a clear strategy.

Five tracks for the next ten years: Could this be India’s decade?

As the nation swam through the challenges actuated by the pandemic, its economy faced a fair share of learnings along the way.

Domestic reform key to India’s rise

The geoeconomic benefits of working towards more robust growth, both now and in the future, are multiple.

Post-Pandemic Economic Recovery: Seven Priorities for India

This paper examines the pre-pandemic slowdown, and subsequent contraction, in Indian economy. Utilising an analysis of broad macroeconomic and sectoral fundamentals, the paper argues that a notable lack of consumption...

India at the centre stage in the G20: Strategic role in post COVID-19 world order

The 15th G20 Summit taking place on a virtual platform in November 2020 bears testimony to the unprecedented challenges brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic, both in terms of changing...

Deciphering the colours of India’s economic growth

Can a system — where social security has traditionally been a failure — at all opt for the normative ethical principles of degrowth for the cause of nature?

India’s triangular cooperation with the US, UK and Japan in Africa: A comparative analysis

Triangular cooperation aims to forge global partnerships and foster sustainable global development. In such a system, traditional donors provide financial and technical support to facilitate development activities between two developing...