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NATO and European Dialogues with India

ED. Dipankar Banerjee and Aisha Saltanat
 

Welcome Address by the Chairpersons

Session 1: NATO Out of Area Operations
Views and Perspectives

NATO Perspective
Karl-Heinz Kamp

Indian Perspective
Vinod Patney

Discussion and Responses

Session 2: India and the Security Situation in Asia
NATO Perspective
Karl Lamers

Indian Perspective
Dipankar Banerjee

Discussion and Responses

Session 3: NATO-India Cooperation in the War on Terror

NATO Perspective
Michael Ruhle

Indian Perspective
Varun Sahni

Discussion and Responses

Concluding Remarks by the Chairpersons

Participants


KAS Publications, Series No.4, New Delhi 2005
 
 
 
 

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