Raisina Files 2018 unpacks disruption and its interaction with global politics. Disruptive forces have been grouped along the lines of actors, processes, and theatres: three major nation-states whose external engagements are seeing shifts; three processes that are re-organising political, economic, and social spaces; and two old and new arenas where geopolitics are having local, regional, and global repercussions.
Raisina Files, an annual ORF publication, is a collection of essays published and disseminated at the time of the Raisina Dialogue. It strives to engage and provoke readers on key contemporary questions and situations that will implicate the world and India in the coming years. Arguments and analyses presented in this collection will be useful in taking discussions forward and enunciating policy suggestions for an evolving Asian and world order.
- Debating Disruption: Change and Continuity | Ritika Passi and Harsh V. Pant, ORF
- Is the US a disruptor of world order? | Robert J. Lieber, Georgetown University
- Russia as a disruptor of the Post-Cold War order: To what effect? | Dmitri Trenin, Carnegie Moscow
- China as a disruptor of the international order: A Chinese View | Yun Sun, Stimson Center
- Globalisation, demography, technology, and new political anxieties | Samir Saran and Akhil Deo, ORF
- Minority Report, Illiberalism, intolerance, and the threat to international society | Manu Bhagavan, Hunter College
- Fourth Industrial Revolution: Evolving Impact | Pranjal Sharma, author, Kranti Nation
- Revolutionary Road: Indo-Pacific in Transition | Abhijnan Rej, ORF
- Middle East: Cascading Conflict | Tally Helfont, Foreign Policy Research Institute
- Climate Change, Transitions, and Geopolitics | Karina Barquet, Stockholm Environment Institute
Read here – orfonline.org/research/debating-disruption-world-order/