CIPOD Seminar Series

The seminar activity of the Centre is integral to its teaching programmes. The ‘Wednesday Seminars’ are normally held on Wednesday mornings, when classes are not in session. These seminars provide a platform for debate and discussion and a lively exchange of ideas over contemporary issues, wherein the students of the Centre have the opportunity to interact with scholars and practitioners from all parts of India and abroad. Since the regularization of the Wednesday seminar series in 2004, the Centre has hosted academicians from Indian and foreign universities as well as researchers and practitioners from across the world. The seminar series also presents a forum for presentations by the faculty and research scholars of the Centre, who share their research and benefit from the collective inputs of a wider audience.

     

 


CIPOD Seminar Series since 2004

2014

Ambassador B. S. Prakash

‘Emerging’ Powers and the Emerging Concepts of ‘Power’

12 March 2014

Professor William Maley

Director, Asia-Pacific College of Diplomacy

The Australian National University, Canberra

The 2014 Afghanistan Elections and Future Prospects

19 February 2014

Professor Mathew Sparke

 University of Washington, Seattle, USA

Untangling Geopolitics and Geo-economics in the Context of Neoliberal Globalization

18 February 2014

Mr. Rajiv Kumar Ranjan

Doctoral Candidate, Centre for International Politics, Organization and Disarmament

Pandemics and International Organizations: A Study of the Activities of Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS)

22 January 2014

Dr. Kai Michael Kenkel

 Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro (PUC Rio),

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Emerging Powers, Intervention, and Responsibility: The Case of Brazil

15 January 2014

2013

Mr. Frank O’Donnell

Doctoral Candidate, King’s College London

and

Mr. Yogesh Joshi

Doctoral Candidate, CIPOD, SIS, JNU

India’s Nuclear Outlook in 2013: Political and Operational Developments

27 November 2013

Dr. Anit Mukherjee

Assistant Professor at the Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS), Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Absent Dialogue: The Crisis in Civil-Military Relations in India

13 November 2013

Dr. Maria Rost Rublee

 Senior Lecturer at the Australian National University

Norm Contestation within the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT)

9 October 2013

Mr. Brendan Sargeant

Deputy Secretary for Strategy, Department of Defence, Australia

Australia’s Strategic Defence Priorities and our Assessment of Regional Security Dynamics

3 October 2013

Mr. Dhruva Jaishankar

Transatlantic Fellow, The German Marshall Fund

Growth, Deterrence and Autonomy: Indian Foreign Policy After 1991

25 September 2013

 

Mr. Yogesh Joshi

Doctoral Candidate, CIPOD, SIS, JNU

Declining America, Pivot to Asia and a Swinging India: Between ‘Strategic Concern’ and ‘Strategic Opportunity’

18 September 2013

Mr. Gaurav Sharma

Doctoral Candidate, CIPOD, SIS, JNU

The Making of Three India Nuclear Disarmament Plans

17 July 2013

Mr. Somsubhra Moulick

Doctoral Candidate, CIPOD, SIS, JNU

Population Dynamics and Terrorism: A Geopolitical Analysis of Spain and Morocco

 

Mr. Vineet Thakur

Doctoral Candidate, CIPOD, SIS, JNU

Foreign Policy Discourses in India (1946-56) and South Africa (1994-2004): A Postcolonial Reading

26 April 2013

Dr. Sneh Mahajan

Senior Research Fellow, Indian Council of Historical Research

Foreign Policy of a Colonial State: Determinants of British India’s Foreign Policy, 1914-1947

10 April 2013

Ms. Salley Beckenham

Doctoral Candidate, Department of War Studies, King’s College, London

Human Rights are What the Locals Make of It? International Norms and Local Change in Post-Tsunami Tamil Nadu

13 March 2013

Ms. Anitha Sharma

Independent environmental educator and researcher, Trivandrum, Kerala

Social and Ecological Cost of the Koodankulam Nuclear Power Plant: Learningsfrom the People‚Äôs Movement Against Nuclear Energy

 

 

13 March 2013

Ms. Suhasini Haidar

 Senior Editor, CNN-IBN

Making Sense of Contemporary Pakistan: A Reporter’s Perspective

6 March 2013

Dr. Raja Sakrani

Project Director of Academic programmes, Kate Hamburger Centre for Advanced Study, Bonn

Resurgence of the ‘Sacred’ and Reference to Sharia in and after the Arabic Revolutions

 

20 February 2013

Mr. Shiv Poojan Pathak

 PhD Candidate, CIPOD, SIS, JNU

Comparative Temporal Study of India’s Quest for Great Power Status: Analyzing the Neorealist and Social Constructivist Debate

 

23 January 2013

Dr. Alexander T. J. Lennon

Editor-in-Chief, The Washington Quarterly and Senior Fellow, International Security Programme, Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), Washington DC

Obama’s Second Term and the Global Security Order

 

16 January 2013

2012

Prof. Muchkund Dubey

President, Council for Social Development, New Delhi, former diplomat and JNU professor

India’s Foreign Policy: Coping with the Changing World

 

27 November 2012

Dr. Archna Negi

Assistant Professor, Centre for International Politics, Organization and Disarmament, SIS, JNU

Genetic Resources and the Nagoya Protocol: An Assessment

 

14 November 2012

Professor Nancy D.Erbe

Professor of Negotiation, Conflict Resolution and Peace Building, College of Arts and Humanities, California State University Dominguez Hills.

Ethics and Justice in Conflict Resolution

 

07 November 2012

Lead Speaker: Dr. Brendan Taylor

Head, Strategic and Defence Studies Centre, School of International Political and Strategic Studies, ANUCollege of Asia and the Pacific, Australian National University

Commentator: Ambassador Richard Rigby, Executive Director, ANU College of Asia and the Pacific, Australian National University

Rising China and the Asian Balance of Power

 

31 October 2012

Ambassador K. P. Fabian

Former diplomat and commentator

Diplomacy: Indian Style

 

10 October 2012

Dr. Joshua T. White

PhD in International Relations from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies in Washington

The Future of US-Pakistan Relations: Implications for the Wider Region

19 September 2012

Mr. Muraree Lal Meena

PhD Candidate, CIPOD, SIS, JNU

Geopolitics of the Nile River Basin: The Problem of Water Sharing among Ethiopia, Sudan and Egypt

19 September 2012

Ms. Priya Naik

PhD Candidate, CIPOD, SIS, JNU

Constructivist Analysis of India’s Climate Change Diplomacy: A Study of Norms

5 September 2012

Mr. Ramesh Gaikwad

PhD Candidate, CIPOD, SIS, JNU

 

 

Geopolitical Consequences of Occupation: A Case Study of Iraq

Dr. Kalyanaraman

Research Fellow, Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses

Major Lessons from Operation Pawan for Future Regional Stability Operations

 

29 August 2012

Ambassador Kishan S. Rana

Professor Emeritus, Diplo Foundation (Malta and Geneva)

Diplomacy of Small States

 

22 August 2012

Mr. Martin Jacques

Author and broadcaster

When China Rules the World

 

25 July 2012

Dr. Luis Cabrera

Reader in Political Theory, Department of Political Science and International Studies, University of Birmingham, UK

Academics Stand Against Poverty (ASA)

 

20 July 2012

Hon. Shri Dipak Gyawali

Expert on water and former Minister of Water Resources of Nepal

and

Dr. Uttam Kumar Sinha, IDSA.

Reimaging Water Cooperation in the Ganges Basin: Why focusing on ‘Green’ water is more important than ‘Blue’

 

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Mr. Ramanuj Kaushik

Doctoral Candidate, CIPOD, SIS, JNU

Disaster, State Sovereignty and Diplomacy: Responses of India and Indonesia to the 2004 Indian ocean Tsunami

16 May 2012

 

Mr. Surae Soren

Doctoral Candidate, CIPOD, SIS, JNU

India’s Energy Diplomacy: A Study of the impact of Oil Procurement since 1991

Mr. Deep Narayan Pandey

Doctoral Candidate, CIPOD, SIS, JNU

Geopolitics of Transit Routes for Landlocked Countries: A Comparative Study of Ethiopia and Nepal

 

Professor Alain Boge

The University Jean Moulin UJM, Lyon 3, France

Geopolitics in Asia: Evolving discourses and Critical Geopolitics

 

04 May 2012

Mr. Saurabh Kumar

 Doctoral Candidate, CIPOD, SIS, JNU

Pathways to Regional Monetary Integration: Comparing the European and the East Asian Experiences

18 April 2012

Mr. Atul Mishra

Doctoral Candidate, CIPOD, SIS, JNU

Impact of Partition on Sovereignty in India and Pakistan: A Theoretical Study

 

18 April 2012

Professor Sri Wahyuni

Conflict Resolution in Aceh in the Context of Current Situation in Indonesia

 

28 March 2012

Dr. Srinath Raghavan

Senior Fellow, Centre for Policy Research

Non-Alignment 2.0: A Foreign and Strategic Policy for India in the Twenty First Century

 

28 March 2012

Ms. Vinita Priyedarshi

Doctoral Candidate, CIPOD, SIS, JNU

Assessing the Theory of Fourth Generation Warfare: Case Studies of Counterinsurgency in Northern Ireland, Andhra Pradesh and Punjab

 

21 March 2012

Dr. Itty Abraham

South Asia Institute, University of Texas at Austin

Recognition as a Problem in International Relations

 

15 February 2012

Dr. Priya Chacko

University of Adelaide

Nehru as an International Thinker

 

18 January 2012

Dr. Adam Lowther

Research Professor at the Air Force Research Institute (AFRI, US Air Force), Alabama

Air Power Diplomacy

 

17 January 2012

2011

Professor Ashok Kapur

Distinguished Professor Emeritus, University of Waterloo, Ontario

India, China and the USA, 2011: Where are the Strategic Partnerships?

 

09 November 2011

Mr. Joel Oestreich

Associate Professor of Political Science, Drexel University, and Director of the Drexel University International Area Studies Program

Human Rights, Development, and the United Nations Systems

 

19 October 2011

Ms. Anuroopa Dixit and Ms. Aditi GosaviScholarships programmes DAAD Regional office, India, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal, Sri Lanka

Opportunities for Higher Research in Germany

 

28 November 2011

Mr. Krishnappa Venkatshamy

Research Fellow, Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses

Nehruvianism and the Great Tradition of Indian Strategic Thought

 

21 September 2011

Professor Jeffrey W. Legro

University of Virginia,

also a Fulbright-Nehru Senior Researcher at the Institute of Defense Studies and Analyses

The American Pivot: The Power of Position in an Age of Decline

14 September 2011

Ambassador Kishan Rana

Professor Emeritus, DiploFoundation (Malta and Geneva)

Regional Diplomacy

 

10 August 2011

Ambassador Kishan Rana

Professor Emeritus, DiploFoundation (Malta and Geneva)

Bilateral Political Diplomacy

 

03 August 2011

Ms. Nimisha Pandey

Doctoral Candidate, CIPOD, SIS, JNU

Civil Society and Inter-Governmental Organizations: Role of Non-Governmental Organizations in the World Trade Organization

 

04 May 2011

Mr. S. Kulshrestha

PhD Candidate, CIPOD, SIS, JNU

Negotiating Acquisition of Nanotechnology: A Study of the Indian Experience

 

13 April 2011

 

Mr. Ali Ahmed

PhD Candidate, CIPOD, SIS, JNU

India Limited War Doctrine: Structural, Political and Organizational Factors

Mr. David Heri

Chief, Peacekeeping Best Practices Section, Department of Peacekeeping Operations United Nations, New York

Best Practices as a Concern of the UN Peacekeeping

 

08 April 2011

Dr. Alyn Ware

Co-founder and International Coordinator of the Parliamentarians for Nuclear Non-Proliferation and Disarmament (PNND)

Security and Survival: The Case for a Nuclear Weapons Convention

 

06 April 2011

Ambassador Kishan S. Rana

Professor Emeritus, DiploFoundation (Malta and Geneva)

Ministries of Foreign Affairs and Reform

 

23 March 2011

Dr. Hans-Joachim Kiderlen

Former Diplomat of Federal Republic of Germany

Human Security and National Interest

 

10 March 2011

Dr. Nikola Mirilovic

Postdoctoral Research Associate and Professional Lecturer, Sigur Centre for Asian Studies, The Elliott School of International Affairs, The George Washington University           

Comparative Diaspora Politics: The Cases of China and India

24 February 2011

Mr. Peter Varghese

High Commissioner of Australia

India-Australia Relations

 

22 February 2011

Mr. Arjun Katoch

Chief of the OCHA Field Coordination Unit (FCSU) and the Secretary of INSARAG (International Search and Rescue Advisory Group) both part of the Emergency Services Branch of the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs

International Disaster Response System and India’s Role in it

 

2 February 2011

Professor T.V. Paul

James McGill Professor of International Relations, Department of Political Science, McGill University, Montreal, Canada

Peace in South Asia: Can IR Theory Help?

 

21 January 2011

Dr. Oliver Stuenkel

Visiting Scholar, SIS, JNU and Fellow, Global Public Policy Institute (GPPI), Berlin

Global Governance and Role of Emerging Powers

 

19 January 2011

Ambassador Kishan S. Rana

Professor Emeritus, DiploFoundation (Malta and Geneva)

Globalised Bilateral Diplomacy

 

12 January 2011

2010

Dr. Lora Sn

Associate, Nuclear Policy Program, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

China and India: Divergence, Similarity and Symmetry in Security Concerns

 

16 November 2010

Professor David Cortright

Director of Policy Studies, Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, University of Notre Dame

Regional Perspectives on Afghanistan

 

9 November 2010

Dr. Moushumi Basu

Associate Professor, CIPOD, SIS, JNU

Contending Approaches to Development: Neo-liberal Developmentalism and the Right to Development

 

20 October 2010

Dr. Srinath Raghavan

Defence Studies Department, King’s College London and Senior Fellow, Centre for Policy Research,

Towards a History of India’s International Relations: Notes from the Field

 

6 October 2010

Professor Paolo Cotta–Ramusino

Secretary General, Pugwash Conferences on Sciences and World Affairs

The NPT after the 2010 Review Conference: The Problems Ahead

 

29 September 2010

Mr. Gautam Bambawale

Joint Secretary, East Asia, Ministry of External Affairs

India-China Relations: A Diplomat’s Perspective

 

22 September 2010

Professor Peter Newell

School of International Development, University of East Anglia, UK

The Governance of Clean Development: CDM and Beyond

 

15 September 2010

Ms. Sucharita Sengupta

PhD Candidate, CIPOD, SIS, JNU

The Impact of Domestic Factors on Climate Change Policy: A Comparative Analysis of India and China

11 May 2010

Ms. Neha Wadhawan

PhD Candidate, CIPOD, SIS, JNU

Globalization, Gender and Migration: The Political Economy of Domestic Work

 

Professor Vivienne Jabri

Department of War Studies, King’s College, London

Cosmopolitan Wars and the Transformation of Global Politics

 

31 March 2010

Mr. Melanie Hanif

Research Fellow, German Institute for Global and Area Studies (GIGA)

Regional Order and Stability in South Asia: India’s Role in its Neighbourhood

 

10 March 2010

Mr. Pradeep Dutta

Bureau Chief, Times Now, Jammu

Armed Conflict and Small Arms Proliferation in Jammu and Kashmir

 

18 February 2010

Dr. Muthiah Alagappa

 Distinguished Senior Fellow, East-West Center, USA

Upgrading International Studies in India

 

11 February 2010

Dr. Moushumi Basu

Associate Professor, CIPOD, SIS, JNU

Strange Companions: Affinities between Colonial and Postcolonial Narratives on Development

 

3 February 2010

Ambassador Kishan S. Rana

 Professor Emeritus, DiploFoundation (Malta and Geneva)

The Twenty-First Century Embassy: Evolution and Renaissance

 

1 February 2010

Mr. Atom Sunil Singh

 Doctoral candidate, CIPOD, SIS, JNU

Geopolitics of Development in the Mekong Basin: A Case Study of Cambodia

 

13 January 2010

2009

Dr. Archna Negi

Assistant Professor, CIPOD, SIS, JNU

Countdown to Copenhagen: State of Play of Climate Change Negotiations

28 October 2009

Mr N. Sathiya Moorthy

Observer Research Foundation, Chennai

Current Situation in Sri Lanka

 

22 October 2009

Dr. Ashutosh Misra

Griffith Asia Institute, Griffith University, Australia

Pakistan’s Chronic Instability: Is Democracy the Answer?

 

7 October 2009

Dr. George Perkovich

Vice president for studies and Director of the Nuclear Policy Program, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Washington D.C.

Next Steps in Nuclear Disarmament

 

1 October 2009

Dr. Patrick Bratton

Assistant Professor of Political Science, Hawaii Pacific University

The Effects of Governmental Structure on Coercive Signalling

 

30 September 2009

Dr. S. Kapur

Associate Professor, Department of National Security Affairs, U.S. Naval Postgraduate School and a Faculty Affiliate at Centre for International Security and Cooperation (CISAC), Stanford University

Arms Control: Indian and American Perspectives

 

17 September 2009

Mr. Amandeep Singh Gill

Director, Disarmament and International Security Affairs, Ministry of External Affairs

India and the New Arms Control Agenda

 

19 August 2009

Professor Scott D. Sagan

Department of Political Science, Stanford University

The Case for No First Use

 

5 August 2009

Dr. W. Lawrence S. Prabhakar

Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, Madras Christian College

Nuclear Deterrence and Nuclear Disarmament: The New Vistas in the Twenty-first Century

4 August 2009

Mr. Saumitra Mohan

PhD Candidate, CIPOD, SIS, JNU

Regimes in International Relations: A Study of the Refugee Problem in South Asia

25 May 2009

Mr. Neamatollah Nojumi

Centre for World Religions, Diplomacy and Conflict Resolution, George Mason University

Regional Stability and the U.S. Policy in South and Central Asia

 

31 March 2009

Professor Daniel Drache

Associate Director, Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies and Professor of Political Science, York University.

Defiant Publics and Neoliberalism‚Äôs Five O‚ÄôClock Shadow: The Vexing Issue of New Citizenship Practices

 

20 February 2009

Mr. Nayan Chanda, Yale Centre for the Study of Globalization

Promises and Perils of Globalization: A Historical Perspective

 

7 January 2009

Dr. Meenal Shrivastava

Assistant Professor and Academic Coordinator, Centre for Global and Social Analysis, Athabasca University, Canada

Globalization Studies: Pushing the Boundaries of a ‘Global Paradigm’

 

7 January 2009

2008

Mr. Neil Joeck

Lawrence Livermore Labs, US

and

Mr. Zachary S. Davis

Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, US

A Decade of Nuclear Learning in India

 

23 September 2008

Mr. Shishir Priyadarshi

Director, Trade and Development Division, World Trade Organization Secretariat, Geneva

The Promise of ‘Development’ in the Doha Round of Trade Negotiations

 

13 August 2008

Mr. Yasuyuki Ishida

Doctoral Candidate, CIPOD, SIS, JNU

The Nuclear Non-proliferation Treaty in World Politics

 

9 April 2008

Dr. Archna Negi

Assistant Professor

CIPOD, SIS, JNU

Coherence in Global Governance: The Case of Trade and Environment

2 April 2008

Professor Klaas Dykmann

University of Leipzig

International Organizations in Global History

5 March 2008

Professor Kalim Bahadur

Centre for South Central, South East Asian & South West Pacific Studies, SIS, JNU

The Rise of Religious Militancy and its Implications for South Asia

20 February 2008

Professor Monica Hirst

University of Torcuato Di Tella, Buenos Aires

Brazil-India Relations in the Context of the IBSA Initiative

 

13 February 2008

Professor Richard Hartwig

Texas A&B University-Kingsville

 

Reforming the United Nations Security Council in the Year 2020: A Regional/Economic Proposal

4 January 2008

2007

Professor Malcom Dando

University of Bradford

and

Dr. Brian Rappert, University of Exeter

The Challenges of Bio-security and Dual Use Research

 

16 November 2007

 

Devika Sharma

Doctoral Candidate, CIPOD, JNU

Deviations From Westphalian Territoriality: A Conceptual and Historical Study

 

7 November 2007

 

Mr. Avilash Roul

Doctoral Candidate, CIPOD, SIS, JNU

Negotiating Water Security: International and Regional Dimension with Special Reference to South Asia

Professor Daniel Bach

SciencesPo, University of Bordeaux

New Regionalism and Regionalization: Any Theoretical Insights from Africa?

 

24 October 2007

Ms. Jayashree Vivekanandan

Doctoral Candidate, CIPOD, SIS, JNU

India’s Strategic Practice: A Case Study of Mughal Grand Strategy (1556-1605)

 

17 October 2007

Dr. Laurent Gayer

CSH, New Delhi

 

Bringing Societies Back In: The French Sociology of International Relations

 

10 October 2007

Dr. Siddharth Mallavarapu

CIPOD, SIS, JNU

How Location Matters: Schooling International Relations in India

Dr. Swadesh M. Rana

Former Chief, Conventional Arms Branch, United Nations

De-weaponization and Civil Society

19 September 2007

 

Professor Sumit Ganguly

 University of Bloomington

Future Role of India and Indo-US Relations

 

16 August 2007

 

Mr. Shailesh Kr Chourasia

Doctoral Candidate, CIPOD, SIS, JNU

 

Policy Positions Within the Global South on the Issue of Greenhouse Gas Emissions

 

8 August 2007

 

Ms. Monalisa Joshi

Doctoral Candidate, CIPOD, SIS, JNU

 

Biological Weapons as Weapons of Mass Destruction: A Study of Technical and Political Dimensions

 

Ms. Sangit Sarita Dwivedi

Doctoral Candidate, CIPOD, SIS, JNU

Pakistani and North Korean Alignments with China: Testing Balance of Threat Theory

9 May 2007

Mr. James Ruolngul

Doctoral Candidate, CIPOD, SIS, JNU

The Politics of Regional Integration in the Third World: A Comparative Study of ASEAN, MERCOSUR and SADC

Mr Sujit Datta

Doctoral Candidate, CIPOD, SIS, JNU

China’s Post-Mao Diplomacy: Style and Substance in Border Negotiations with India

Mr. Ranvijay

Doctoral Candidate, CIPOD, SIS, JNU

State Policy, Resource Scarcity and Violent Conflict: A Comparative Study of the Chittagong Hill Tracts and the Gaza Strip

Dr. Ashok Khosla

Development Alternatives

Sustainable Development: Perspectives from the North and the South

11 April 2007

Priyanjali Malik

DPhil Scholar, Merton College, University of Oxford

Debating India‚Äôs Nuclear ‚ÄòOption‚Äô in the 1990s

 

17 January 2007

 

Professor T.V. Paul

James McGill Professor of International Relations, Department of Political Science, McGill University, Montreal, Canada

The Tradition of Non-Use of Nuclear Weapons

 

12 January 2007

Professor P. H. Liotta

Pell Center for International Relations and Public policy, Salve Regina University

Why Human Security?

 

10 January 2007

2006

Professor Jan Nederveen Pieterse

University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

Beyond the American Bubble: Does Empire Matter?

 

8 November 2006

Dr. Thomas Fues

German Development Institute, Bonn, Germany

Ulrich Beck’s Cosmopolitan Vision: A Useful Guide for Good Global Governance?

 

1 November 2006

Professor R. Rajaraman

Professor Emeritus, SPS, JNU

The Indo-US Nuclear Deal: Scientific Aspects and Implications

 

18 October 2006

Professor Wang Gungwu

Former Vice Chancellor of the University of Hong Kong

The Current Trends and Future of Southeast Asia

 

12 October 2006

Mr. Sanjoy Hazarika

Centre for North East Studies & Policy Research

The North East and Its Neighbourhood: Moving Away From Hope to Reality

 

4 October 2006

Ambassador Miguel Marin-Bosch

Mexican Diplomatic Academy

Disarmament and International Security in the 21st Century

 

20 September 2006

Ms. Mallika Joseph

Doctoral Candidate, CIPOD, SIS, JNU

Origins and Growth of the Interpol: An Organizational Perspective

6 September 2006

Dr. Satvinder Singh Juss

King’s College, London

How Should Modern Societies Cope with Immigrants and Refugees?

 

31 August 2006

Mr. Narasimha Murthy

Doctoral Candidate, CIPOD, SIS, JNU

Role of Commercial Diplomacy in European Integration: Lessons for South Asia

 

19 April 2006

 

Ms. Hemalatha B.S.

Doctoral Candidate, CIPOD, SIS, JNU

India‚Äôs Diplomacy Since 1990s with Special Reference to Security Aspects

 

Ms. Tuingayung Muivah

Doctoral Candidate, CIPOD, SIS, JNU

Gender in International Civil Service: A Study of the United Nations

 

Dr. Jean-Yves Haine

International Institute for Strategic Studies

European Security Strategy: Does It Exist?

 

12 April 2006

Dr. R.R. Subramanian

Visiting Professor in Disarmament, CIPOD, SIS, JNU

The Indo-US Nuclear Deal

 

22 March 2006

Ambassador Alyson J.K. Bailes

Stockholm International Peace Research Institute

The EU Between Iran and the United States

 

22 February 2006

ProfessorYu Xintian

Shanghai Institute of International Studies, Shanghai

The Peaceful Rise of China: Its Meaning and Impact

 

16 February 2006

Dr. Jorge Chabat

CIDE, Mexico City

and

Dr. Abdul Lamin

University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg

Is there Still A Third World?

 

15 February 2006

Brig. Gurmeet Kanwal

Observer Research Foundation, New Delhi

Demilitarization of Siachen: Resolving the Deadlock

 

1 February 2006

Dr. Andrew Hurrell

Nuffield College, Oxford

Pax Americana or the Empire of Uncertainty?

 

12 January 2006

2005

Dr. Thomas Fues

German Development Institute, Bonn, Germany

After the UN Millennium +5 Summit: Reform of the Global Governance System

 

16 November 2005

Professor Varun Sahni

CIPOD, SIS, JNU

Indo-US Nuclear Cooperation: A Bridge Too Far?

9 November 2005

 

Dr. K.K. Majumdar

Reader in Geography, University of Delhi

Politics of Boundaries: The McMahon Line

 

19 October 2005

 

Professor Pushpesh Pant

CIPOD, SIS, JNU

Emerging Trends in Contemporary Diplomacy

5 October 2005

Dr. Patrick Hoenig

Visiting Fellow, UN Dialogue with the Global South

 

UN Peacekeeping in Congo

21 September 2005

Ms. Namrata Goswami

Doctoral Candidate, CIPOD, SIS, JNU

Just War Theory and its Linkage to Humanitarian Intervention: The Question of Legitimacy and Policy Prescription

14 September 2005

 

Mr. Madhan Mohan

Doctoral Candidate, CIPOD, SIS, JNU

Revisiting Humanitarian Intervention

 

Mr. Joseph Kuba

Alumnus, CIPOD, SIS, JNU

The Post 9/11 Political Debate on Anti-terrorism in India

7 September 2005

Mr. Harsh Pant

University of Notre Dame

Theory Vs. Practice: BMD and US Nuclear Strategy Then and Now

24 August 2005

Professor T.V. Paul

James McGill Professor of International Relations, Department of Political Science, McGill University, Montreal, Canada

Globalization and the National Security State

22 July 2005

Mr. Narendra Kumar Tripathi

PhD Candidate, CIPOD, SIS, JNU

The Global Consumerist Society: Genesis, Limitations and Impact on World Politics

 

20 April 2005

Mr. Chandra Jeet

PhD Candidate, CIPOD, SIS, JNU

Establishment of the International Criminal Court: Issues of Convergence and Divergence

Professor M.V. Naidu

Brandon University, Canada

Development, Democracy and Peace

13 April 2005

Dr. Rahul Mukherji

Centre for Political Studies, JNU, New Delhi

The Indian State Under Globalization: A Research Agenda

6 April 2005

Dr. Vijay Sakhuja

Observer Research Foundation, New Delhi

Maritime Security in the Indian Ocean with Special Reference to India

 

30 March 2005

 

Professor Ashwini Ray

CPS, JNU

Western Realism in International Relations: A Non-Western Perspective

23 March 2005

Dr. Shibashis Chatterjee

Jadavpur University, Kolkotta

Images of the International System: Power, Prosperity or Culture

 

11 March 2005

Dr. Manoj Joshi

Editor (Views), The Hindustan Times, New Delhi

Higher Defence Management in India

 

9 March 2005

Dr. Navnita Chadha Behra

Department of Political Science, University of Delhi, Delhi

Track Two Diplomacy in South Asia

 

2 March 2005

Dr. E. Sridharan

University of Pennsylvania, Center for the Advanced Study of India

Relative Gains, Economic Cooperation and Security Spillovers

 

23 February 2005

Michael Vannoni and Kent Biringer

Sandia National Laboratories, New Mexico, USA

Technology and Cooperative Approaches to Regional Security

 

16 February 2005

Professor C.S.R. Murthy

Chairperson, CIPOD, SIS

School of International Studies, JNU, New Delhi

Unintended Consequences of UN Peacekeeping and India

9 February 2005

2004

Dr. Marie Isabelle Chevrier

University of Texas

Chemical and Biological Weapons Conventions: Implementation Issues

3 November 2004

Christopher Gregory Weeramantry

Former Vice-President, International Court of Justice

The World Court in World Politics

1 September 2004

Dr. Itty Abraham

George Washington University

Global Crime, Borderlands and the Social Sciences

17 March 2004

Professor T.V. Paul

James McGill Professor of International Relations, Department of Political Science, McGill University, Montreal, Canada

Prospects for Enduring Peace in South Asia

 

3 February 2004