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Nuclear Policies of Japan and Australia: Implications for India
Rapporteured by Yogesh Joshi

The Institute of Peace and Conflict studies , organized a discussion over the Nuclear and security policies of Australia and Japan and its implications on India. The  discussion was initiated by Kimberley Layton, Australian Intern at IPCS, who delineated over the Australian  security and Nuclear Policy followed by the Japanese Intern, Tomoko Kiyota, who discussed the Japanese approach. Rekha Chakravarthy and Vidisha Shukla discussed the implications of the Australian and Japanese Nuclear policy on India.

Prof. Rajesh Rajagopalan and Dr. Vidya Shankar Aiyar, acted as Resource Persons for this event and  commented  on the initial presentations and the discussion.


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