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American 'Pivot to Asia': Great strategy, but badly implemented
06 May 2013
Describing the US's 'Pivot to Asia' as "rhetoric without reassurance", Chatham House scholar on US foreign policy says it is a great strategy, but it has been badly implemented.
Beyond the plateau in US-India relations
03 May 2013
This Special Report by Observer Research Foundation and The Heritage Foundation, Washington, D.C., is about finding ways to rekindle the strategic enthusiasm between the US and India. The sections in this report offer specific proposals for advancing bilateral cooperation in various sectors.
India-Saudi Arabia relations must move forward to a genuine strategic partnership
02 May 2013
The Fourth India-Saudi Arabia Workshop held recently in Delhi felt that India must play an active role in ensuring peace and stability in the region, which should not be limited to maritime security. It also stressed the need to move forward the relationship to a genuine strategic partnership.
An interaction with US Congressional Staff
01 May 2013
The US Congressional Staff was pointed out that though Pakistan's political machinery is willing to work with all parties, including India, on Afghanistan, the army apparatus and the ISI still remains a liability. These factors must be taken into account while US deals with Pakistan.
Help Bangladesh to ensure credible elections: Experts
26 April 2013
At a roundtable on the situation in Bangladesh, experts underlined the need for ensuring a credible election in Bangladesh for the country's stability and the strengthening of India-Bangladesh relations.
Arab Spring has helped India, Turkey to promote their models in West Asia
25 April 2013
"The 'Arab Spring' has given an opportunity to India to present itself as a model to other countries," feels Prof Gawdat Bhagat of the Near-East and South Asia Centre for Strategic Studies at the National Defense University, Washington DC.
India should take lead in regional economic integration: Former Nepal Foreign Minister
24 April 2013
Nepal's former Foreign Minister, Dr Prakash Chandra Lohani, says India should take the lead in the economic integration of the region and carry the smaller states along with it towards the path of economic prosperity.
Understanding India, UK perspectives on Afghanistan
24 April 2013
To understand the different perspectives of the UK and India on the evolving situation in Afghanistan and the implications of the Arab Spring, Observer Research Foundation organised an interaction with experts from the Foreign Commonwealth Office on March 21, 2013.
Will Imran Khan emerge as the king-maker in Pakistan polls?
23 April 2013
Former The Hindu correspondent in Pakistan, Nirupama Subramanian, thinks that PML-N leader Nawaz Sharif has a better chance to head the next government in Pakistan. The thing to be watched is whether he will be able to do so on his own or in coalition with other parties, especially Imran Khan's PTI.
Media regulatable, but not by government
23 April 2013
Attributing activism by media to rapid decline in governance, economic scams, failings of Government agencies and religious heads, management and media consultant T.V. Krishnamurthy says the present media scenario in India is 'regulatable' but cannot be done by the government.
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