Opangmeren Jamir

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  • Dr Opangmeren Jamir is Research Analyst at Manohar Parrikar Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses Click here for profile

    Belt and Road Initiative and Environmental Challenges

    Several Belt and Road Initiative projects pass through ecologically sensitive areas and in countries with weak environmental laws and governance.

    August 31, 2022

    India–Bhutan Hydropower Cooperation and Bhutanese Economy

    Hydropower cooperation between India and Bhutan should not only help achieve the larger aspirations of the Bhutanese people for peace, prosperity and happiness but also further strengthen bilateral bonds.

    May 26, 2022

    Opinion: Decision-makers in Arunachal Pradesh need to take EIAs seriously

    February 04, 2022

    Research Analyst, Manohar Parrikar IDSA, Dr Opangmeren Jamir’s paper ‘Opinion: Decision-makers in Arunachal Pradesh need to take EIAs seriously’ has been published in ‘The Third Pole’ on 04 February 2022.

    The recent passage of the Dam Safety Bill by the Indian parliament will only address part of the problem if environmental impact assessments are faulty, says Dr Jamir.

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    India’s Environment Impact Assessment Draft 2020: Issues and Challenges

    As and when the draft Environment Impact Assessment (EIA) 2020 is finalised, it is expected to incorporate the perspectives of multiple stakeholders in a balanced manner.

    February 08, 2021

    Understanding the UN Report on Human Rights Violations in Kashmir

    August 12, 2018

    Research assistant IDSA, Dr Opangmeren Jamir’s article on UN Report Human Rights Violations in Kashmir, titled ‘Understanding the UN Report on Human Rights Violations in Kashmir’ was published in South Asia Journal on August 12, 2018.

    Deepening Indo-Sino bilateral relation in river-water sharing

    April 29, 2018

    Research Assistant, IDSA, Dr Opangmeren Jamir’s article on Indo-Sino water sharing, titled ‘Deepening Indo-Sino bilateral relation in river-water sharing’ was published in Foreign Policy News on April 29, 2018.

    Dr Jamir argues that in the Indo-Sino bilateral relationship, the sharing of river-water resources has increasingly become decisive factor particularly in recent years, and insists that the issue should be resolved on the basis of mutual respect and sensitivity of each other’s concern interests and aspiration.

    Hydropower as an Energy Source: Need to Find the Right Balance

    While hydropower projects are critical for economic growth and development, it is equally important to fully assess their potential social and environmental impact in the long-term. The challenge lies in finding the right balance between the need for development and the necessity of protecting the environment.

    May 12, 2017