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.
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.
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.
addition, the Journal includes a special and unique section which brings
out and preserves in print, the
hitherto unknown aspects of India’s diplomatic ... ...
Foreign Affairs Journal
14, No. 1 - Jan-Mar 2019
- Sri Lanka Relations
Engagement with Extended Neighbourhood: Issues
and Challenges', by Chintamani
Mahapatra and Netajee Abhinandan
At the Helm' by Tilak Devasher
SURESH KUMAR GOEL:
Cultural Diplomacy, Celebrating Pluralism in a Globalised World' by
Published in Volume 13, 2018
4 Apr 2019: Annual Dinner of the Association will be held at the Delhi
Gymkhana Club, on Thursday the 4th April 2019.
(Open to Regular Members, their Spouses and Guest Members
22 Mar 2019: Annual General Meeting of
the Association (AGM) was held at 'Sapru House', Barakhamba Road, New Delhi
- 110001, on Friday the 22nd March 2019. In addition to other Agenda items,
the new Executive Committee for the year 2019-20 was elected at the
(For details of
the New EC, Click Here)
18 Jan 2019: Shri T.N. Ninan, Author and well-known Journalist spoke on “Indian Economy - Past, Present and
27 Nov 2018:
Ambassador K.S. Bajpai spoke on "Father, Son and Sikkim - Some
explorations in Statecraft".