GCC Crisis: One Year On
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Discussion

GCC Crisis: One Year On

Friday, 25 May 2018 | 1500-1700 hrs | IPCS Conference Room

To attend, please write to us at events@ipcs.org or call us on 91-11-41001902 or 91-9821155654.

15:00-15:30 hrs

GCC Crisis: Local Dynamics

Speaker
Ambassador (retd) KP Fabian
Former Indian Ambassador to Qatar & former Joint Secretary (Gulf), Ministry of External Affairs (MEA)

Discussant
Professor Gulshan Dietl
Former Chairperson, Centre for West Asian and African Studies, & former director of the Gulf Studies Programme, JNU

1530-1600 hrs

GCC Crisis: Consequences for India

Speaker
Professor Girijesh Pant
Former Dean, School of International Studies, and former Director, Gulf Studies Programme, JNU

Discussant
Ambassador (retd) Sanjay Singh
Former Indian Ambassador to Iran & former Secretary (East), Ministry of External Affairs (MEA)

Recent EvenT
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On 2 May, IPCS hosted a conference on The Changing Nature of Warfare in the Second Nuclear Age. The half-day conference was divided into two sessions – Foundations and Existing and Emergent Fields – with presentations by Tanvi Kulkarni (PhD candidate, Centre for International Politics, Organisation and Disarmament (CIPOD), School of International Studies (SIS), JNU), Dr Manpreet Sethi (Senior Fellow, and Head, Nuclear Security Project, Centre for Air Power Studies (CAPS)), Lt Gen (Retd) Balraj Singh Nagal (Director, Centre for Land Warfare Studies (CLAWS), and former Commander-in-Chief, Strategic Forces Command of India), Prof R Rajaraman (Emeritus Professor of Theoretical Physics, JNU, Distinguished Fellow, IPCS, and former Co-Chair, International Panel on Fissile Materials (IPFM)), Dr Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan (Senior Fellow and Head, Nuclear and Space Policy Initiative, Observer Research Foundation (ORF)) and Saikat Dutta (South Asia Editor, Asia Times and author, India’s Special Forces). The opening remarks were delivered by Ruhee Neog (Director, IPCS).

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Discussion ReportS
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Book Discussion | 11 April | Demonetization and the Black Economy

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Recent EvenT
***

On 2 May, IPCS hosted a conference on The Changing Nature of Warfare in the Second Nuclear Age. The half-day conference was divided into two sessions – Foundations and Existing and Emergent Fields – with presentations by Tanvi Kulkarni (PhD candidate, Centre for International Politics, Organisation and Disarmament (CIPOD), School of International Studies (SIS), JNU), Dr Manpreet Sethi (Senior Fellow, and Head, Nuclear Security Project, Centre for Air Power Studies (CAPS)), Lt Gen (Retd) Balraj Singh Nagal (Director, Centre for Land Warfare Studies (CLAWS), and former Commander-in-Chief, Strategic Forces Command of India), Prof R Rajaraman (Emeritus Professor of Theoretical Physics, JNU, Distinguished Fellow, IPCS, and former Co-Chair, International Panel on Fissile Materials (IPFM)), Dr Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan (Senior Fellow and Head, Nuclear and Space Policy Initiative, Observer Research Foundation (ORF)) and Saikat Dutta (South Asia Editor, Asia Times and author, India’s Special Forces). The opening remarks were delivered by Ruhee Neog (Director, IPCS).

Divider Globe
Discussion ReportS
***

Talk | 27 April | The National Register of Citizens (NRC) and the Politics of Immigration in Assam

Read the report of the discussion by Sanjoy Hazarika, Director, Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative (CHRI).

Book Discussion | 25 April | Half Lion: How PV Narsimha Rao Transformed India

Read the report of the discussion on the book Half Lion: How PV Narsimha Rao Transformed India by Dr Vinay Sitapati, Assistant Professor, Ashoka University.

Book Discussion | 11 April | Demonetization and the Black Economy

Read the report of the discussion on the book Demonetization and the Black Economy by Professor Arun Kumar, author and Malcolm Adiseshiash Chair Professor, Institute of Social Sciences, New Delhi.

Divider Globe
columns banner
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Amb SSSharma

NUKE STREET
Two Decades After Shakti: India’s Nuclear Policy

Amb (Retd) Sheel Kant Sharma, former Indian diplomat, presents a retrospective of the country’s nuclear weapons policy and the security environment it was responding to since the 1998 tests
Read more

Bibhu Prasad Routray

RED AFFAIRS
Counter-LWE Security Operations: Season of Success?

Dr Bibhu Prasad Routray, Director, Mantraya, and Visiting Fellow, IPCS, argues the government’s approach, which does not account for capacity-building in Indian security forces, cannot lead to any kind of decisive victory
Read more

Dr Sandip Kumar Mishra

EAST ASIA COMPASS
Summit Season: From Inter-Korea to Trump-Kim

Dr Sandip Kumar Mishra, Associate Professor, Centre for East Asian Studies, JNU, and Visiting Fellow, IPCS discusses the events that led to the possibility of these summits and their consequences
Read more

Vice Adm Vijay Shankar

THE STRATEGIST
The Regression of Nuclear Policy

Vice Adm (retd) Vijay Shankar, Distinguished Fellow, IPCS, argues that the danger of mass destruction rests on the shoulders of leaders advocating doctrines of nuclear use

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1500-1530 hrs

GCC Crisis: Local Dynamics

Speaker
Ambassador (retd) KP Fabian
Former Indian Ambassador to Qatar & former Joint Secretary (Gulf), Ministry of External Affairs (MEA)

Discussant
Professor Gulshan Dietl
Former Chairperson, Centre for West Asian and African Studies, & former director of the Gulf Studies Programme, JNU

1530-1600 hrs

GCC Crisis: Consequences for India

Speaker
Professor Girijesh Pant
Former Dean, School of International Studies, and former Director, Gulf Studies Programme, JNU

Discussant
Ambassador (retd) Sanjay Singh
Former Indian Ambassador to Iran & former Secretary (East), Ministry of External Affairs (MEA)

Divider Globe
Recent EvenT
***

On 2 May, IPCS hosted a conference on The Changing Nature of Warfare in the Second Nuclear Age. The half-day conference was divided into two sessions – Foundations and Existing and Emergent Fields – with presentations by Tanvi Kulkarni (PhD candidate, Centre for International Politics, Organisation and Disarmament (CIPOD), School of International Studies (SIS), JNU), Dr Manpreet Sethi (Senior Fellow, and Head, Nuclear Security Project, Centre for Air Power Studies (CAPS)), Lt Gen (Retd) Balraj Singh Nagal (Director, Centre for Land Warfare Studies (CLAWS), and former Commander-in-Chief, Strategic Forces Command of India), Prof R Rajaraman (Emeritus Professor of Theoretical Physics, JNU, Distinguished Fellow, IPCS, and former Co-Chair, International Panel on Fissile Materials (IPFM)), Dr Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan (Senior Fellow and Head, Nuclear and Space Policy Initiative, Observer Research Foundation (ORF)) and Saikat Dutta (South Asia Editor, Asia Times and author, India’s Special Forces). The opening remarks were delivered by Ruhee Neog (Director, IPCS).

Divider Globe
Discussion ReportS
***

Talk | 27 April | The National Register of Citizens (NRC) and the Politics of Immigration in Assam

Read the report of the discussion by Sanjoy Hazarika, Director, Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative (CHRI).

Book Discussion | 25 April | Half Lion: How PV Narsimha Rao Transformed India

Read the report of the discussion on the book Half Lion: How PV Narsimha Rao Transformed India by Dr Vinay Sitapati, Assistant Professor, Ashoka University.

Book Discussion | 11 April | Demonetization and the Black Economy

Read the report of the discussion on the book Demonetization and the Black Economy by Professor Arun Kumar, author and Malcolm Adiseshiash Chair Professor, Institute of Social Sciences, New Delhi.

Divider Globe
columns banner
***
Amb SSSharma

NUKE STREET
Two Decades After Shakti: India’s Nuclear Policy

Amb (Retd) Sheel Kant Sharma, former Indian diplomat, presents a retrospective of the country’s nuclear weapons policy and the security environment it was responding to since the 1998 tests
Read more

Bibhu Prasad Routray

RED AFFAIRS
Counter-LWE Security Operations: Season of Success?

Dr Bibhu Prasad Routray, Director, Mantraya, and Visiting Fellow, IPCS, argues the government’s approach, which does not account for capacity-building in Indian security forces, cannot lead to any kind of decisive victory
Read more

Dr Sandip Kumar Mishra

EAST ASIA COMPASS
Summit Season: From Inter-Korea to Trump-Kim

Dr Sandip Kumar Mishra, Associate Professor, Centre for East Asian Studies, JNU, and Visiting Fellow, IPCS discusses the events that led to the possibility of these summits and their consequences
Read more

Vice Adm Vijay Shankar

THE STRATEGIST
The Regression of Nuclear Policy

Vice Adm (retd) Vijay Shankar, Distinguished Fellow, IPCS, argues that the danger of mass destruction rests on the shoulders of leaders advocating doctrines of nuclear use

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