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Date & Time: Friday, 31 March 2017, at 1500-1700 hrs
Venue: IPCS Conference Room
   
   
   
   
 

Venue: IPCS Conference Room, New Delhi

   
   
IPCS Twentieth Anniversary Plenum Series
 
Speaker:  Dr C Christine Fair
Associate Professor, Georgetown University
 
POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
   
   
 


IPCS-Carnegie Endowment-Stimson Center Joint Workshop for Young Scholars

Session I

Sub-Conventional Threats (Mod: Sameer Lalwani, Stimson Center)

Session II
Remarks by AS Dulat, IPCS Governing Council
Conventional Deterrence (Mod: Walter Ladwig, King's College London)

Session III
Nuclear Escalation (Mod: Toby Dalton, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace)

Lunch Address
Manoj Joshi, ORF

Session IV
International Nuclear Regimes (Mod: Togzhan Kassenova, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace)

Session V
Closing Observations (Mod: George Perkovich, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace)

   
   

 
Chair: Dr Srinath Raghavan
Senior Fellow, Centre for Policy Research (CPR), & Senior Research Fellow, India Institute, King’s College London

Overview of "A Normal Nuclear Pakistan"
Authored by Toby Dalton and Michael Krepon, published by Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and Stimson Center, Washington, DC

Tanvi Kulkarni (JNU) & Ruhee Neog (IPCS)

Current state of Pakistan's nuclear programme and policy
Ramya PS, PhD candidate, South Asian University

How does the US look at Pakistan's nuclear policy?
Prateek Kapil, Associate Fellow, Centre for Land Warfare Studies (CLAWS)

Future of the China-Pakistan strategic nuclear relationship
Hina Pandey, Associate Fellow, Centre for Air Power Studies (CAPS)

By invite only. If you wish to attend, please send us an email at ruhee.neog@ipcs.org

   
   
 

Panel discussion with Nicholas Szechenyi, Deputy Director, Japan Chair, CSIS

   
   
IPCS-KAS Conference: 
India and its Neighbourhood: An Audit of Conflict and Peace
10-11 July 2015, New Delhi
   
   
 
The IPCS' Fifth Annual Residential Young Scholars’ Workshop, organised with the National Institute of Advanced Studies (NIAS) from 3-7 May in Bengaluru, India

   
   
An interaction with Dr George Perkovich and Toby Dalton.

   
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IPCS Peer Review
Panelists: Amb. Arundhati Ghose, Prof. R. Rajaraman and Ruhee Neog

   
   

Panel Discussion

 

   
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Global Nuclear Materials Security
28 February 2014 , 1030-1300 hrs

Panel Discussion

Panelists: Ambassador Sheel Kant Sharma, Professor R Rajaraman and Professor PR Chari

Venue: IPCS Conference Room

   
   
IPCS Review
22 August 2013 , 1500-1630 hrs

Iran’s New President and the Nuclear Talks
Review of the ICG Report, August 2013

Discussants: Prof Onkar Marwah and Prof Anwar Alam
IPCS Conference Room, All are Welcome.

   
   
 

Venue: IPCS Conference Room.

   
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Venue: IPCS Conference Room

   
   
 
Book Discussion
Troubling Tehran: Reflections on Geopolitics
Ed. Dr Arun Vishwanathan and Prof. Rajaram Nagappa

Venue: IPCS Conference Room
   
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Moving Towards a More Secure Asia
19 March 2013 , 20 March 2013
The 6th Trilateral (India-Pakistan-China) Nuclear Security Dialogue

Venue: Sheraton Hotels, Dubai
(By Invitation only)
   
   
 

Venue: Stella Maris College, Chennai
Report By: Shanta-Maree Surendran


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