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    Set up in 1990, ORF seeks to lead and aid policy thinking towards building a strong and prosperous India in a fair and equitable world. It helps discover and inform India’s choices, and carries Indian voices and ideas to forums shaping global debates. ORF provides non-partisan, independent analyses and inputs on matters of security, strategy, economy, development, energy, resources and global governance to diverse decision-makers (governments, business communities, academia, civil society). ORF’s mandate is to conduct in-depth research, provide inclusive platforms and invest in tomorrow’s thought leaders today.

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  • ICJ’s Judgement On The Rohingya And Its Challenges0

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    • February 11, 2020

     February 11, 2020 Observer Research Foundation Political will is extremely crucial since ICJ has no jurisdiction or legal apparatus over individual nations. By Sreeparna Banerjee and Anasua Basu Ray Chaudhury In a historic judgement, the International Court of Justice (ICJ) on 23 January ordered Myanmar to implement vital measures to protect its Rohingya population from any further

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  • Pakistan’s Polity In Turbulence0

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    • December 9, 2019

    By Observer Research Foundation 9 December 2019 The Pakistani military might now try to focus on India so as to resurrect its diminishing credentials, especially as General Qamar Javed Bajwa will be under pressure. He will have to prove his worth by making sure the regional security environment deteriorates. By Harsh V. Pant Pakistani polity took

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  • The Modi question in Dhaka0

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    • November 26, 2019

    25 November 2019 SYED BADRUL AHSAN Quite a bit of a storm was raised in Dhaka recently over a letter purportedly written by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to India’s (then) Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi, thanking him for the judicial verdict on the status of the Babri Mosque in Ayodhya. Indeed, a page which looked

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  • PM Modi’s Saudi Success Saga Undermines Pakistan’s ‘Islamic’ Card0

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    • October 31, 2019

    By Pinak Ranjan Chakravarty Observer Research Foundation 31 October 2019 PM Modi’s second visit to Saudi Arabia within three years marks the growing strategic convergence of interests between India and Saudi Arabia, in the context of the changes that have marked the international order in the last decade and a half. PM Modi delivered the

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  • India has a problem on Capitol Hill0

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    • October 24, 2019

    Seema Sirohi 24 October 2019 The much-anticipated Congressional hearing on “Human Rights in South Asia” turned into an attack by Democratic lawmakers on India’s Kashmir policy and its democratic credentials. It was not a good day for India. The much-anticipated Congressional hearing on “Human Rights in South Asia” turned into an attack by Democratic lawmakers

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  • Kashmir target killings: It will get worse in days ahead0

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    • October 19, 2019

    Khalid Shah 19 October 2019 Observer Research Foundation The brutal killing of three non-locals has raised serious questions on tall claims of the government regarding the situation in Jammu and Kashmir. On 14 October, a truck driver from Rajasthan was killed while returning from an apple orchard. The second attack was against Sethi Kumar Sagar,

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  • The Modi-Xi Summit: From Wuhan to Mamallapuram0

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    • October 15, 2019

    Kartik Bommakanti 14 October 2019 As was the case with Wuhan Summit in April 2018, the Mamallapuram Summit was no different – a tactical summit with both sides agreeing to avoid rubbing each other the wrong way. Like Wuhan produced a joint statement. Mamallapuram, like the Wuhan summit held more than year ago the latest

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