Ever since its launch in February 2006, Indian Foreign Affairs Journal, a
peer reviewed quarterly publication of the Association of Indian Diplomats has
become an intellectually satisfying and analytically enriching forum for
the examination of relevant but sensitive and complex issues of India’s
foreign policy and relations. Such examination is undertaken by experienced
decision makers, serious scholars and seasoned commentators.
The Journal remains true to its credo, publishing authors
of widely divergent views, and at the same time, searching for unifying
themes and principles in an era where these are especially hard to find.
The Journal is thus filling a long-standing gap in the availability of
insightful and credible literature in the field.
Besides in-depth scholarly and policy oriented articles,
each issue of the Journal presents a Debate on one of the contemporary and
contentious aspects of India’s foreign policy.
In addition, the Journal includes a special and unique
section which brings out and preserves in
print, the hitherto unknown aspects of India’s diplomatic experience
and policy initiative through its Oral History narrative, in the course of
tête-à-tête with senior and highly experienced policy makers who have made
decisive contributions in the evolution of the policy and its challenging
issues. The Journal also reviews latest books ....
Foreign Affairs Journal
Vol. 13, No. 2 - Apr - Jun 2018
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India in the
Emerging Global Order: The Next Decade
Arvind Gupta, Sanjay Singh, Chintamani
Mahapatra, B. S. Prakash, Sachin
Nuclear Stability in
Asia and South Asia: Dynamics of Fragile Stability
OBJA BORAH HAZARIKA
Political Trends in India and the European Union:
MILAN series of
Naval Exercises - 2018 (Tentative Title)
18 Jan 2019: Shri T.N. Ninan,
Author and well-known Journalist spoke on “Indian Economy - Past, Present and Future.”
Vol. 13, No. 3 - Jul - Sep 2018
Amidst Strategic Constraints
V. P. HARAN
Cooperation in South Asia
Carving the Path to Normalcy
Foreign Policy: Lessons from Brexit and other Related Issues
of the Current Indian Foreign Policy (Tentative title)
Vision 2025: Deciphering the Indo-Pacific Strategy (Tentative
27 Nov 2018: Ambassador K.S. Bajpai spoke on "Father,
Son and Sikkim - Some explorations in Statecraft".
8 Oct 2018: Ambassador
Pankaj Saran, Deputy National Security Adviser, spoke
on "Current state of Indo-Russian relations"
27 Sep 2018: Shri Hardeep Singh Puri, Hon'ble Minister of State (IC), Ministry of Housing
& Urban Affairs, spoke on “Sovereignty and the State: Impact on the