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IMPRI

IMPRI, a startup research think tank, is a platform for pro-active, independent, non-partisan and policy-based research. It contributes to debates and deliberations for action-based solutions to a host of strategic issues. IMPRI is committed to democracy, mobilization and community building.

Earth Day 2024: Addressing Climate Change and Environmental Justice

Earth Day 2024: Addressing Climate Change and Environmental Justice
“Earth Day” originated in the year 1970 in a mobilisation of the ordinary people to create awareness about environmental issues. More than 50 years later, people across the world commemorate the day by doing volunteer work, celebrating the ecological movement’s progress and doing actions in defence of our planet.

South Asian Exemplars: India-Bangladesh Ties as a Model for Regional Cooperation

South Asian Exemplars: India-Bangladesh Ties as a Model for Regional Cooperation
Geographical contiguity needs to be accompanied with complementarities in governance for regional development. In South Asia, this has been showcased by India and Bangladesh, with the heads of government of both countries, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina respectively, naming their partnership as “a model for bilateral relations for the entire region.”

Navigating the Escalatory Landscape: Crafting Strategies Amid Israel-Iran Tensions

Navigating the Escalatory Landscape: Crafting Strategies Amid Israel-Iran Tensions
From Iran's perspective, Israel breached a critical threshold by attacking its diplomatic mission, which Tehran deemed its sovereign territory. The latest escalation between Israel and Iran marks a significant change in the adversarial relationship between the two antagonists. Not since the first Persian Gulf War of 1990-91, when the Iraqi military under Saddam Hussein struck Israel with SCUD missiles, have the Israelis been subjected to a missile attack on the scale the Iranians executed. Tehran’s most recent salvo involved a combination of drones and missiles. The missile barrage consisted of a mixture of cruise and ballistic missiles. Israel’s missile defences intercepted an estimated 331 missiles launched by the Iranians.