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Niranjan Sahoo
Niranjan Sahoo is Senior Fellow, Observer Research Foundation, New Delhi.
January 28, 2019
India's flirts with universal basic income scheme
The concept of universal basic income (UBI) is gaining ground in various countries, none more so than India, where politicians see it as a possible vote winner with elections pending.
December 21, 2018
Important steps made at the COP24 climate summit
The Katowice climate summit is a victory for multilateralism, and may go a long way toward creating a new architecture for global climate governance.
December 16, 2018
BJP losses create new situation for India's 2019 elections
This week's state elections in India provided a sharp jolt to Prime Ministry Narendra Modi's ruling BJP, but whether a newly-formed opposition coalition can take advantage remains open to question.
December 4, 2018
The crisis staring at the COP24
China and India have a rare opportunity to build a working relationship with other key actors from the developing bloc to push forward ambitious goals at the COP24.
November 7, 2018
Making sense of Brazil's right-wing turn
Brazil's new president won due to his masterful manipulation of Brazil's prevailing economic and political woes to his advantage, but concerns remain that his right-wing populist policies could spell trouble for the country.
October 25, 2018
Maldives election: A turbulent road ahead for democratic consolidation
Maldives' new president has tough battles ahead to maintain democratic and social integrity of the fledgling democracy.
September 30, 2018
An India-China tango in Africa
There is much room for cooperation between the two Asian giants in the African continent. India-China cooperation can be a game changer for Africa, which desperately needs investment and foreign support.
August 30, 2018
In Vajpayee's demise, India lost its last statesman
In Atal Bihari Vajpayee's departure the subcontinent, and Asia in general, lost an able statesman whose statecraft and foreign policy vision has very few parallels.
August 7, 2018
International community needs patience with Cambodia
Despite being autocratic and highhanded, the Cambodian leadership needs to be engaged with. The international community would do well not to resort to "failed" economic sanctions.
July 7, 2017
Why climate change dominates Hamburg G20 summit
The upcoming meeting of G20 offers a real chance to renew the global action against climate change and arrest any slide triggered by President Donald Trump’s sudden pull out from the Paris Accord.
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