Helping Build an Emerging Power Narrative: Re-forming Global Governance
The role of the Observer Research Foundation in emerging power networks and the new face of global governance has been influenced by the processes, political environment, and stakeholders to which it is responsible. For an understanding of ORF’s role in engaging with, critiquing, and re-forming global governance, it is crucial to first appreciate the contemporary global and national paradigms that must be confronted.
KeywordsPluralism India Observer Research Foundation Global governance Multilateralism
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