World Focus: Emerging Perspectives of Rising India
World Focus is a premier Indo-centric foreign affairs journal since 1980. Today WF is an independent platform for discussion and analysis of International Issues with an Indian perspective. Policy analysts, policy-makers, experts, diplomats, distinguished scholars, decision-makers and persons of eminence write comprehensively and contribute to World Focus each month. World Focus focuses on current affairs, international affairs, economic diplomacy, foreign policy and national security issues.
Over the course of almost four decades of presentation of important new ideas from leading thinkers, World Focus has established itself at the forefront of organizations devoted to the coverage of Indo-centric international affairs. Through World Focus journal, our website WorldFocus.in, and WF Events, World Focus reaches an international audience of millions and has become a trusted source of insight and analysis for leaders from government, business, finance, and the academic world. WF is committed to continuing to innovate through partnerships that utilize new technologies, new media and creative new approaches to bring together those leaders to better understand and address the most urgent and important issues of our time.
Today, World Focus is a trusted source for scholars and policy analysts to understand contemporary India's growth model and foreign policy perspectives. Many think-tanks across the world, regularly catalogue and use WF as a source material for preparing papers on political risk analysis.
World Focus, today, is at yet another exciting phase of transition. We take the opportunity to build on past successes and use new media to serve decision-makers in business, finance and government in ways that would further establish World Focus as the leader in its field.
World Focus: 2017
Forthcoming issues with Deadlines for Submission of Articles (Words: 5,000)
October 2017 Oil Politics & Central Asia (10th September)
November 2017 India’s Foreign Policy: Series – 1 (10th October)
December 2017 India’s Foreign Policy: Series - 2 (10th November)