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
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, ......
Vol. 12, No. 2 -
Apr - Jun 2017
Developments in the Indo-Pacific Region
and Options for India
Sanjay Singh, Rajiv Bhatia, Yogendra Kumar, Chintamani Mahapatra
of all Debate Contributions
India and the UN: Reform and
Role in a Globalised World
India’s Engagement with the
Central Asian Republics: An Appraisal
China and the State of India -
of all Book Reviews
5 Sep 2017: Discussion on “Securing India’s Borders"
- by a panel led by Lt. Gen. P.K. Singh PVSM, AVSM (Retd.) Director,
United Service Institution of India (USI), at Sapru Indian Council of World
Affairs, Sapru House, Barakhamba Road, New Delhi–110001.
(Meeting is open only to members, their
spouses and Guest members of the Association)
Vol. 12, No. 3 -
Jul - Sep 2017
Situation in West Asia - Implications for India
(Tentative Working Title)
(Tentative Working Titles)
International Dispute Settlement Mechanisms and India-Pakistan
Situation in Nepal and its relations with India
India and the International Trade: Some Perspectives
State of India - Sri Lanka Relations
India - Africa Relations and the Asia-Africa Growth Corridor
Oral History Narratives
From the pages of the Indian Foreign Affairs Journal
Oral History Narratives are accounts of a tête-à-tête with senior and highly
experienced policy makers who have made decisive contributions in the
evolution of Indian Foreign Policy and its challenging issues.
'Oral History' Narratives
Aug 2017: To felicitate outgoing Hon’ble Vice
President of India and Mrs Ansari, the Association of Indian Diplomats
organised a dinner reception at Sapru House , New Delhi.
14 Jul 2017:At a function organised under the aegis of the
Association of Indian Diplomats and the Embassy of Hungary, Hon'ble Vice
President of India, Shri M. Hamid Ansari releasied the English
translation of the book ‘Hungary
an Adventure’ authored by Late Ambassador M.A. Rahman. The Chief
Advisor to the Prime Minister of Hungary, Dr. Geza Szocs, the Ambassador
of Hungary to India, Mr. Gyula Petho were also present.
30 May, 2017 Ambassador Ranjit Rae, a member of the
Association and till recently the Ambassador of India to Nepal, spoke on “Situation in Nepal and its relations