symposium participants

  • THE PROBLEM
    Posed by C. Raja Mohan,
    Strategic Affairs Editor, "The Hindu", Delhi

  • ALTERNATIVE SOUTH ASIAN FUTURES
    Mahnaz Ispahani,
    Senior Fellow for South and West Asia, Council on Foreign Relations, New York, USA

  • EMERGING PERSPECTIVES
    J. N. Dixit,
    IFS, former Foreign Secretary, Delhi

  • PATHWAYS TO SECURITY
    Deepa Ollapally,
    Senior Fellow, Center for Advanced Study of India, University of Pennsylvania, and Programme Officer, U.S. Institute of Peace

  • SOUTH ASIA WITHOUT SAARC
    Imtiaz Ahmed,
    Professor of International Relations, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh

  • HISTORICAL CONTINUITIES
    K. Godage, retired Additional Foreign Secretary, Colombo, Sri Lanka

  • NEPAL'S AGONY
    Yubaraj Ghimire,
    Editor, "Kantipur" and "The Kathmandu Post", Kathmandu, Nepal

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SECURING SOUTH ASIA
a symposium on advancing peace
in the subcontinent


September 2002

cover design by Akila Seshasayee

 

 

 

 

  • THE CHINA CONNECTION
    Swaran Singh,
    Associate Professor, School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi

  • HECTORING HEGEMON
    Ajai Shukla,
    defence and security affairs correspondent, NDTV, Delhi

  • ASYMMETRIC WARS
    V. R. Raghavan, retired Lt. General; Director, Delhi Policy Group

  • CONTINUING CHALLANGES
    Sumit Ganguly, Professor of Asian Studies and Government, University of Texas at Austin, USA

  • BOOKS
     Reviewed by  Raja Menon, Rahul Shivshankar, Anupreeta Das, Bharat Karnad and
    Arunabha Ghosh

  • COMMENT
    Received from Bhrigupati Singh, doctoral student, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, USA;
    Dilip Menon, Department of History, Delhi University

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