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Africa Monitor | Vol VII Issue XLXIII

AFRICA WEEKLY JAN 08 2018 Women living near Gasogi village Source: configmanager/CC BY 2.0 AFRICA MONITOR JANUARY The Continent France signs landmark loan agreement to boost African Development Fund The African Development Fund (ADF) has signed a significant concessional donor loan agreement with the Government of...

What could the Chinese be planning for Doklam?

HARSHA KAKAR China has done little in reducing the earlier tensions of Doklam, while India has taken no action, other than protecting its national security concerns. Doklam is likely to again become a spoilsport between the two nations. BHUTAN ...

Competing imperatives of global governance and national interests within BRICS: An Indian perspective

OCCASIONAL PAPERS DEC 20 2017 SACHIN CHATURVEDI SABYASACHI SAHA DIFFERENTIAL GAINS ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE INDIA AND GLOBAL GOVERNANCE TECHNOLOGY TRADE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY PRODUCTS WTO This paper revisits India’s contribution to institution building efforts in BRICS to suggest India’s keen...

Need for a ‘Chipko 2.0’ movement

VINAYAK DALMIA Environment is becoming good politics. The timing is apt for both an administrative and political vision to give a Green Roadmap for India. AIR POLLUTION CHIPKO MOVEMENT GREEN FUND NEW DELHI Recently, in Delhi, play was to stopped at the...

बढ़ रहा है पाकिस्तान से खतरा

HARSHA KAKAR पाकिस्तान की सेना आंतरिक धार्मिक और कट्टरपंथी समूहों का खुल कर समर्थन कर रही है। अगर ये पार्टियां सत्ता में आ गईं तो पाकिस्तान के आंतरिक समीकरण बहुत तेजी से बदल सकते हैं। ISLAMISM MILITANCY NAWAZ SHARIF ...

Looking for balance in power

HARSH V. PANT The Russia-India-China trilateral meet is New Delhi’s attempt to overcome challenges in ties with Moscow and Beijing RIC A month after India was part of the ‘Quad’ discussion on the sidelines of the East Asia Summit in...

Great walls: Addressing domestic barriers to climate action projects in India

ISSUE BRIEFS AND SPECIAL REPORTS DEC 11 2017 VIKROM MATHUR APARAJIT PANDEY CLIMATE ACTION CLIMATE ADAPTATION CLIMATE FINANCE FINANCING GREEN TRANSITIONS PRIVATE CAPITAL This report is part of the Observer Research Foundation’s “Financing Green Transitions” series which aims to...

India’s low carbon transition

ISSUE BRIEFS AND SPECIAL REPORTS APARAJIT PANDEY CLIMATE ACTION CLIMATE FINANCE FINANCING GREEN TRANSITIONS LOW CARBON This report is part of the Observer Research Foundation’s “Financing Green Transitions” series which aims to find potential linkages between private capital, in...

Public health worst spot in India’s economic path

JAYSHREE SENGUPTA Public health is the worst spot in India’s economic path despite a recent rise in GDP growth. Without a healthy population and labour force, India cannot hope to compete with countries in the West or the ASEAN. ...

The need to rethink skilling India

SRINATH SRIDHARAN APARAJIT PANDEY The Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship (MSDE) must account for the possibility of interstate migration, rapid urbanisation and possible changes in the social fabric as populations react to new job opportunities. DISRUPTION FOURTH INDUSTRIAL...

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With new communication platforms and styles today, where are think tanks...

EVENT REPORTS PreviousNext Photolabs@ORF 2017 Jun 21 The Second India Think Tank Forum, with focus on ‘The potential and Power of National, Regioanal and Global Partnerships,’ was organised in...

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