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SCO 2019: Opportunities and challenges for India
Jun 04, 2019

SCO 2019: Opportunities and challenges for India

SCO is a potential platform to advance India’s Connect Central Asia policy.

SCO can de-escalate India-Pakistan tensions
Mar 01, 2019

SCO can de-escalate India-Pakistan tensions

Now is the time for the SCO’s founding member-states to act on their often-stated common objectives to restore, ensure and maintain peace, security,

SCO Summit 2019: The bilateral and multilateral dimensions
Jun 18, 2019

SCO Summit 2019: The bilateral and multilateral dimensions

The SCO summit saw bilateral meetings garnering more attention than the multilateral summit itself.

SCO Summit: A Russian perspective
Jun 22, 2017

SCO Summit: A Russian perspective

Moscow is interested in continuing the SCO's expansion — primarily by making Iran a member.

SCO under India’s presidency
Aug 14, 2023

SCO under India’s presidency

India’s presidency of the SCO assisted it in gaining recognition as a crucial regional power and establish itself as a reliable partner for all SCO

SCO vs NATO
Jun 07, 2012

SCO vs NATO

For Indian Foreign Policy radicals, the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation, whose leaders are meeting this week in Beijing, is about an undying dream from the past - building an eastern bloc against the West.

SCO की संभावित आतंकवाद सूची की भावी डगर कठिन
Sep 26, 2022

SCO की संभावित आतंकवाद सूची की भावी डगर कठिन

SCO को आतंकवाद के खिलाफ किसी भी संभावित सूची को तैयार करने क

SCO च्या दहशतवादविरोधी शक्तीला पाकिस्तानने केले अपंग
May 26, 2023

SCO च्या दहशतवादविरोधी शक्तीला पाकिस्तानने केले अपंग

परराष्ट्र धोरणाचे साधन म्हणून पाकिस्तानने दहशतवादाचा वापर केल्याने प्रादेशिक स्तरावर या धोक्याचा प्रभावीपणे सामना करण्यासाठी SCO ची क्षमता कमी झाली आहे.

SCO में भारत की प्राथमिकताओं की डिकोडिंग: कनेक्टिविटी, आतंकवाद का प्रतिरोध और अफ़ग़ानिस्तान
Oct 20, 2023

SCO में भारत की प्राथमिकताओं की डिकोडिंग: कनेक्टिविटी, आतंकवाद का प्रतिरोध और अफ़ग़ानिस्तान

वर्तमान बहुध्रुवीय वैश्विक व्यवस्था में एक उभरती हुई शक्ति के रूप में भारत अपने भू-रणनीतिक और भू-आर्थिक हितों की रक्षा, प्रचार और उन्हें व्यक्त करने के लिए शंघाई सहयोग संग�

SCO शिखर परिषद आणि भारताच्या सहभागाची गुंतागुंत
Aug 01, 2023

SCO शिखर परिषद आणि भारताच्या सहभागाची गुंतागुंत

SCO मध्ये रशियाच्या युक्रेनवरील आक्रमणापासून भारत-चीन तणाव वाढण्यापर्यंत विविध पातळ्यांवर संघर्ष आहे, ज्यामुळे भारतासाठी सहभाग घेणे आधिक गुंतागुंतीचे होते आहे.

SCO शिखर सम्मेलन में मिलेंगे मोदी, जिनपिंग और शाहबाज़, क्या है इसके मायने?
Sep 13, 2022

SCO शिखर सम्मेलन में मिलेंगे मोदी, जिनपिंग और शाहबाज़, क्या है इसके मायने?

SCO सम्मेलन में पीएम मोदी जिनपिंग-शाहबाज ऐसे समय एक मंच साझा कर रहे हैं जब दोनों देशों के साथ भारत के बेहतर संबंध नहीं है. सीमा विवाद को लेकर चीन के साथ संबंध तनाव है वहीं आतंकव�

SCO-RATS शिखर परिषदेतून भारताच्या दूर न झालेल्या चिंता
Apr 16, 2023

SCO-RATS शिखर परिषदेतून भारताच्या दूर न झालेल्या चिंता

शांततापूर्ण, सुरक्षित आणि समृद्ध युरेशिया साध्य करण्यासाठी SCO सदस्य राष्ट्रांनी त्यांच्या मधील मतभेद दूर करून विश्वास निर्माण करणे आवश्यक आहे.

SCO-RATS शिखर सम्मेलन: भारत की चिंताओं के निपटारे की आधी-अधूरी क़वायद
Jun 03, 2022

SCO-RATS शिखर सम्मेलन: भारत की चिंताओं के निपटारे की आधी-अधूरी क़वायद

SCO के सदस्य देशों को अपनी नाइत्तेफ़ाक़ियों और मतभेदों को �

Scoring own goals
Oct 16, 2015

Scoring own goals

Normal relations and peace with Pakistan are not possible unless Pakistan stops supporting terrorism and there is verifiable evidence. Even then, what the Shiv Sena goons did to Sudheendra Kulkarni preceding Kasuri's book launch was a national shame. This action does no credit to any Indian.

Scoring self-goals with Pakistan
Feb 18, 2011

Scoring self-goals with Pakistan

We have decided to resume the so-called composite dialogue with Pakistan, without admitting as much. Why not be frank about the change in our position? Why resort to word play to obfuscate?

Scorpene with a "sting" in its tail
Sep 02, 2016

Scorpene with a "sting" in its tail

If The Australian story is true, the Scorpene data was removed from DCNS by a former French Navy officer and his friend.

#ScorpeneLeak — Fighting that 'sinking' feeling
Aug 26, 2016

#ScorpeneLeak — Fighting that 'sinking' feeling

Stung by the Scorpene revelations, the Indian navy has ordered an inquiry, but is struggling to come to terms with the operational implications.

1971: When Delhi and Moscow came together
Aug 16, 2021

1971: When Delhi and Moscow came together

The 1971 Indo-Soviet Treaty of Peace, Friendship and Cooperation was probably the most seminal foreign policy arrangement entered into by India in the 20th century. It had a profound effect on the politics and geography of South Asia, cementing what many thought was the pre-eminence of India in the region

A House Divided: The SCO’s Afghanistan Conundrum
Aug 13, 2023

A House Divided: The SCO’s Afghanistan Conundrum

Separatism, extremism, and terrorism originating in Afghanistan compelled the neighbouring countries to form the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) in 2001. However, instead of presenting a united front, the SCO is rife with disagreements. Increased divergences and mistrust among the members have helped the Taliban regain power in Afghanistan and strengthen its influence in the heart of Eurasia. The Taliban have taken advantage of the trust

A lot of scope to improve ties between India and Myanmar
Feb 27, 2014

A lot of scope to improve ties between India and Myanmar

A three-day conference on India-Myanmar relations generated a lively dialogue over questions surrounding the possible challenges and opportunities that India would face while redesigning her Myanmar relations and the Look East policies.

AAP's arrival signals urban discourse in politics
Dec 10, 2013

AAP's arrival signals urban discourse in politics

There has clearly been a Modi effect in the assembly polls, but but whether or not there is a Modi wave in 2014 will depend on just how the BJP uses the momentum it has now gathered. And the stunning performance of AAP in Delhi signals the arrival of the urban discourse into national politics and the breakdown of identity politics of yore.

America's Summer of Discontent
Aug 30, 2005

America's Summer of Discontent

One grieving mother camping outside the ranch where President Bush is on vacation has made her countrymen sit up and introspect about the war the US is waging in Iraq. Cindy Sheehan, mother of army specialist Casey Sheehan who died in the Sadr City section of Baghdad on April 4, 2004, and other family members who too have lost their loved ones, have become the new face of opposition to the war in Iraq.

An old scourge in a new, uncertain age
Mar 14, 2020

An old scourge in a new, uncertain age

Uncertainties will mutate for a long time.

An uphill climb for a potential SCO terrorism list
Sep 19, 2022

An uphill climb for a potential SCO terrorism list

The SCO, to build any probable list against terrorism will have to build a consensus on how to define it.

Analysing the current Chinese discourse on India
Jan 10, 2023

Analysing the current Chinese discourse on India

The Chinese side is of the opinion that the real conflict between China and India is not at the LAC but on the development front

Big scope for EU countries to set up new tech power plants
Apr 30, 2012

Big scope for EU countries to set up new tech power plants

During a roundtable with a delegation of EU Members of Parliament, the ORF Director pointed out the great chance the international community has today in setting up electricity generating plants in India with green technology.

BIMSTEC: Rediscovering old routes to connectivity
Dec 04, 2017

BIMSTEC: Rediscovering old routes to connectivity

As BIMSTEC pushes for transport connectivity, it stands to gain from other, complementary transport connectivity projects that are emerging in the region. BIMSTEC can also take advantage of extant policy designs, and aligning its projects with the various national, bilateral and multilateral projects either ongoing or being planned. Given India’s key role in BIMSTEC — owing not only to its geographical location but also its capabilities — i

Challenged by ‘populism’, Trudeau scores a win
Oct 24, 2019

Challenged by ‘populism’, Trudeau scores a win

Trudeau and his Liberal Party raised hopes by pursuing progressive social, economic policies such as legalising the consumption of marijuana for recre

China 'stirring up' anti-India discourse in neighbourhood?
Dec 22, 2017

China 'stirring up' anti-India discourse in neighbourhood?

The new extra-regional player in China seems to want to provoke internal anti-India debates in individual South Asian nations.

Chinese discourse on the Sri Lankan crisis
Jul 27, 2022

Chinese discourse on the Sri Lankan crisis

A negative sentiment prevails in China about the Sri Lankan crisis as they claim Sri Lanka is exploiting its position and employing the “victim rhet

Chinese discourse on US economic hegemony
Apr 20, 2023

Chinese discourse on US economic hegemony

As speculation over the demise of the dollar grows, it suits China to fan the flames and pitch Yuan as an alternative

Constitutional and political disconnect necessary for Nepal's stability
Aug 17, 2010

Constitutional and political disconnect necessary for Nepal's stability

Ms Menaka Guruswamy, Supreme Court lawyer, who has been associated with Constitution making in Nepal, outlined four major areas of divergence in Nepalese Constitution. Federalism is one such area which is highly contested.

Cyber Space governance: Moscow and Beijing's efforts at the UN
Sep 05, 2013

Cyber Space governance: Moscow and Beijing's efforts at the UN

While the initiatives taken at the UN, including the draft code, could be viewed as a step forward, the clear differences in what the American and Russian sides seek to address through such a mechanism will remain a stumbling block.

Decoding India’s Priorities at the SCO: Connectivity, Counterterrorism, and Afghanistan
Aug 09, 2023

Decoding India’s Priorities at the SCO: Connectivity, Counterterrorism, and Afghanistan

As an emerging power in the current multipolar global order, India can use the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) to protect, promote, and project its geostrategic and geoeconomic interests. The SCO is also a platform for India to reaffirm its commitment to revive and deepen its centuries-old civilisational, spiritual, and cultural ties with other member countries. This paper explores India's priorities at the SCO, chiefly connectivity, coun

Defence Budget and its discontents
Jan 24, 2023

Defence Budget and its discontents

Allocations made for capital expenditure must increase if India is to keep pace with China's rising military might

Destination Manila: New Delhi, Moscow and the BrahMos supersonic missile
Nov 28, 2020

Destination Manila: New Delhi, Moscow and the BrahMos supersonic missile

The sale of the missile will be a major development in the context of an often-tense Southeast Asia with misgivings regarding Beijing’s motives and

Discom reform: The pendulum swings back 
Feb 20, 2023

Discom reform: The pendulum swings back 

The privatisation of electricity distribution seems imminent as legislations aim to expand the role of the private sector in this domain

Discom reforms in India: Why the inefficiency narrative is inadequate
Oct 09, 2021

Discom reforms in India: Why the inefficiency narrative is inadequate

Despite substantial policy changes, the discom sector has not improved. Could this be chalked up to inefficiency or should political interventions be