Vol. 1, No.1 January - March 2006
Indo-US Strategic Partnership
Partnership, Not an Alliance
Nuclear Deal: Partnership or Subordination
Sell-out of India’s Independent Foreign Policy?
Losing Sight of the Big Picture
India’s Response to the Soviet Military Intervention in Afghanistan (1979-80)
I. K. GUJRAL
Former Prime Minister, late Inder Kumar Gujral was India’s Ambassador to the Soviet Union when the Soviet Union 'intervened' in Afghanistan in 1979. The Soviet intervention also coincided with a change of Government in India. While Charan Singh was the Prime Minister on the day the Soviet troops entered Afghanistan, Indira Gandhi returned as Prime Minister within days thereafter.
He recalls how India responded to the event.
India and Non-Proliferation Regime: Consistency or Change?
India’s Soft Power
Energy Security and the Indian Foreign Policy
SATINDER K. LAMBAH
India at United Nations Talks on Afghanistan (Bonn, 27 November - 5 December 2001)
G. V. C. NAIDU
India and the Asia-Pacific: The Look East Policy
ASSOCIATION OF INDIAN DIPLOMATS
SHEBONTI RAY DADWAL
India’s Energy Security: Prospects for Cooperation with Extended Neighbourhood by S. D. Muni and Girijesh Pant
S. D. MUNI
A Clash of Political Cultures: Sino-Indian Relations
Indian Foreign Service: History and Challenge by J. N. Dixit
Vol. 1, No. 2 April - June 2006
Indo-Pak Composite Dialogue
Desirable, but Prone to Derailment
Involvement with Sincerity Required
From Confrontation to Conciliation
No Quick-Fix Solutions
India at the Rabat Islamic Summit (1969)
Late Ambassador Gurbachan Singh was the Indian Ambassador to Morocco and who, as acting Leader of the Indian Delegation, participated in one of the Plenary Sessions of the Summit Conference of Islamic Countries at Rabat in September 1969, provides an insider’s account
Trilateral Commission of IBSA Dialogue Forum: Imperatives and Opportunities for India
Diplomacy and Intelligence
Engaging Myanmar’s Generals: Advantage India?
A Balancing Act: Japan’s Asia Challenge and India
India and the Asian Economic Community: Relevance, Approaches and Prospects for Pan-Asian Integration
Engaging with the World: Critical Reflections on India’s Foreign Policy by Rajen Harshe and K. M. Seethi
Second Strike: Arguments About Nuclear War in South Asia by Rajesh Rajagopalan
The Shadow of the Great Game: The Untold Story of India’s Partition by Narendra Singh Sarila
SAMIR RANJAN PRADHAN
India’s Energy Security and the Arabian Gulf by Javed Ahmad Khan
Vol. 1, No. 3 July - September 2006
Responding to a Rising China
India and a Rising China
The Shifting Balance of Military Power in Asia
Closing Economic Gap
Be Ready to Deal with Negative Imperatives
The Evolution of the Indian Foreign Service Establishment
K. S. BAJPAI
K. S. Bajpai, former Ambassador of India, shares the contribution of his father, G.S. Bajpai, who, as its Secretary General, was the first head of independent India’s Foreign Office and of the IFS, to the Foreign Service Establishment.
Nepal: Diplomacy Between Unequal Neighbours in our Times
JAGAT S. MEHTA
Jagat S. Mehta, Foreign Secretary of India from 1976 to 1979, recollects a phase of India’s relations with Nepal that saw the separation of Trade and Transit Treaties 1978, events leading to it and its repercussions.
A Perspective on Indo-Nepal Relations
Facets of a Maturing Relationship: India and Southeast Asia
RAJESH M. BASRUR
Minimum Deterrence: Fundamentals and Policy Implications
India-Israel Relations: Quo Vadis?
D. SUBA CHANDRAN
Pakistan’s Endgame in Kashmir: India’s Options
Kargil: From Surprise to Victory by General V.P. Malik
SUJATA ASHWARYA CHEEMA
India’s Foreign policy in the 21st Century by V.D. Chopra; and
Indian Foreign Policy: Continuity and Emerging Challenges by Foundation for Peace and Sustainable Development
India’s World: Essays on Foreign Policy and Security Issues by Mohan Guruswamy
AJAYA KUMAR DAS
Impossible Allies: Nuclear India, United States and the Global Order by C. Raja Mohan
Vol. 1, No. 4 October - December 2006
India and the World Trade Organisation (WTO)
Time to Identify Offensive Interests
WTO and Agrarian Crisis in India
Shaping Agriculture Agenda
India and the Doha Round: The Way Forward
The "Mao’s Smile” Revisited: Sino-Indian Relations during an Important Period
Brajesh Mishra, former National Security Advisor and Principal Secretary to the Prime Minister of India recalls his meeting as India’s Chargé d'affaires with Chairman Mao Tse Tung on 1 May 1970 and its larger implications.
Economic Diplomacy and its Significance for Foreign Policy
India and the United Nations Reform
India and the Current Concerns of UN Peacekeeping: Issues and Prospects
The Muslim Factor in Indo-US Relations
India and its Diaspora
The Maoist Insurgency and Nepal-India Relations, eds., by Shiva K. Dhungana
A Call to Honour: In Service of Emergent India by Jaswant Singh
US-Indian Strategic Cooperation into the 21st Century: More than Words, eds., by Sumit Ganguly et.al.
Globlisation, Democracy and Government in South Asia: Issues and Alternatives,eds., by Krishan Gopal et al.