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IPCS Colloquy: Young Voices, Alternative Ideas
19 December 2011 , 14:00-17:00 hrs

A Discussion by young scholars on India's Foreign Policy.

   
   
 
Interaction with Members of the Indonesian Parliament
12 December 2011 , 1200 - 1300 hours
   
   
 
Securing Indian Cities: Learning from European Experiences
9 December 2011 , 1200 - 1400 hours

Initial Remarks by Prof. Holger Mey, President and CEO, Institute for Strategic Analysis, Bonn

   
   
 
South China Sea: Opportunity or Liability?
7 December 2011 , 1030 - 1200 hrs

Panelists: Amb. Aftab Seth, Mr. Jayadev Ranade, Maj. Gen. (Retd.) Dipankar Banerjee and Prof. Srikanth Kondapalli

   
   
 
India's Credible Minimum Deterrence: An Appraisal
5 December 2011 , 1600-1730 hrs

IPCS Colloquy - Young Voices, Alternative Ideas
Venue: IPCS Conference Room

Resource
persons: Brig. Gurmeet Kanwal, Prof. R. Rajaraman and Dr. Manpreet Sethi

   
   
 
Inside Southeast Asia: Internal Political Challenges, Inter-State Conflicts and Regional Security
25 November 2011 , 0930 - 1730 hrs

First Annual Conference

Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies (IPCS)
In Collaboration with
India International Centre (IIC), New Delhi

   
   
 
Workshop on Managing Civil Nuclear and Radiological Materials: Safety, Security and Diplomacy
22 November 2011 , 0930 - 1830 hrs

Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies (IPCS), New Delhi
&
The International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS), London

 

   
   
 
“Deadly Embrace?: Recent Books on Pakistan”
14 November 2011 , 1000 - 1300 hrs

Panel Discussion organized by
Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies (IPCS)
In Collaboration with The Book Review Literary Trust

   
   
 
Afghanistan 2014 : Understanding 
American Objectives and Strategies

10 November 2011 , 1100 - 1230 hrs

Initial Remarks by George Perkovich

   
   
 
Release of COSATT Policy Recommendations
9 November 2011 , 1800 - 1930 hrs

Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies (IPCS)
and
Konrad Adenauer Stiftung (KAS)

   
   
 
South Asia Regional Security 2025: From Idea to Reality?
8 November 2011 , 0900 - 1830 hrs

A Discussion Workshop organized by

The National Bureau of Asian Research (NBR), Washington D.C
&
Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies (IPCS), New Delhi

   
   
 
Inside Xinjiang: Economic Imbalance, Mis­-governance, Ethnic Divide and Radical Violence
17 October 2011 , 1100 -1300 hrs
IPCS Discussion series on Inside China
In collaboration with the Department of East Asian Studies, University of Delhi

Paper Discussions by Ms.Emilia Siwek (DEAS, DU), Ms.Hima Roopa (DEAS, DU), Ms.Bhavna Singh (IPCS) and Mr. Avinash Godbole (IDSA).

Resource Person: Prof. Srikanth Kondapalli

   
 
   
 
Energy and Environmental Security: A Cooperative Approach in South Asia
12 October 2011

Annual Dialogue of COSATT & Release of Policy Recommendations
12-13 October 2011,
Male, Maldives
   
 
   
 
Fifth India-China-Pakistan Trilateral Nuclear Strategic Dialogue
30 September 2011

Towards a Secure Asia and the World

29-30 September 2011

Hotel Wanshou, Beijing

   
 
   
 
Inside China
22 September 2011 , 1530-1630 hrs

IPCS Discussion series on Chinese Politics, Economy, Society and Culture

Cultures of China Tour (Ms. Teshu Singh, Research Officer, IPCS)

Rising Suicide Rates in Rural China (Ms. Namrata Hasija, Research Officer, IPCS)

Weibo: An Alternate to Facebook, Twitter and Free Expression? (Ms. Alpana Verma, DEAS, DU)

China and BMD (Deblina Chatterjee, CAPS)

   
 
   
 
Northeast as an Engine of Growth: Forward and Backward Integration
21 September 2011 , 1100-1300 hrs

Discussion:
Infrastructure Developments in India's Northeast: Facilitating Trade with Southeast Asia- Panchali Saikia, Research Officer, IPCS 

Tyranny of Geography?: Tourism Development in the Northeast- Ruhee Neog, Research Officer, IPCS
   
   
 
   
 
Nepal: Internal Challenges and External Influences
16 September 2011 , 1030-1200 hrs
 
Panelists: 
Dr. Pushpa Adhikari, Associate Professor, Tribhuvan University, Kathmandu & Prof. Srikanth Kondapalli, Center for Chinese Studies, JNU, New Delhi
 
Venue: IPCS Conference Room


   

   
 
   
 
Inside China: Understanding Contemporary Issues,Challenges and Problems (September 2011)
2 September 2011 , 1000-1730 hrs

IPCS in collaboration with the IIC organised a one day conference on 'Inside China' drawing upon the political, economic and social and cultural dimensions. The conference also saw the inauguration of the institute's China Research Programme.

   
 
   
 
Countering the Naxal Challenge
16 August 2011

- 19 August 2011

A Simulation Gaming Exercise

in collaboration with the National Defence College

   
   
 
Current Challenges for India’s Foreign and Security Policies with special reference to Pakistan and Afghanistan: Implications for Europe
9 August 2011

in collaboration with the Konrad-Adenauer Stiftung (KAS)

   
 
   
 
Chinese Communist Party @ 90
8 July 2011
IPCS discussion led by Jayadev Ranade, Distinguished Fellow, CAPS and Prof. Srikanth Kondapalli, JNU
Click here for the report
   
   
 
Linking Northeast with Southeast Asia and China
4 July 2011

Interaction between the IPCS Task Force on Northeast and the business community. Organised in collaboration with the Indian Chamber of Commerce in Guwahati.
Click here for a media report

   
   
 
Northeast as an Engine of Growth: Exploring and Expanding Linkages with Southeast Asia
3 July 2011

Release of the book, “An Alternative Strategy for Southeast Asia: Looking Through India’s Northeast” by Tarun Gogoi, Chief Minister, Assam. Organised by the IPCS in collaboration with the CDPS.
Click here for a media report

   
   
 
Brainstorming India's Nuclear Options: Deterrence, Disarmament and Regimes
30 June 2011

Young Scholars' Debate organised by the IPCS in collaboration with the India International Centre, with Dr C. Raja Mohan as the Resource Person

   
   
 
An interaction with Ambassador of Israel, HE Mark Sofer
21 June 2011 , 1100-1300 hrs
HE Mark Sofer addressing the strategic community, as a part of the IPCS Ambassador lecture series, organised  in collaboration with the IIC. The discussion was chaired by Amb Lalit Mansingh.
   
 
   
 
Energy and Environmental Security in South Asia
5 June 2011

A Regional Track-II dialogue of the Consortium of South Asian Think Tanks (COSATT), held in Colombo during 5-7 June 2011
Click here for the report

   
   
 
Headley Confessions & Beyond: Devising a Political, Diplomatic and Military Strategy vis-à-vis Pakistan
1 June 2011 , 1100-1300 hours

IPCS Panel Discussion
Political Strategy (Prof. P. R. Chari)
Diplomatic Strategy (Amb. K. C. Singh)
Military Strategy (Lt. Gen. (Retd.) Vinayak Patankar)

   
   
 
United States-India Strategic Relations
25 May 2011 , 1100-1230 hrs

An interaction with the US Naval Postgraduate School

  • General state of the United States-India relationship
  • Regional implications of a rising China
  • Management of the Indian Ocean region
  • Implications of India’s strategic nuclear posture
  • Current state of Pakistan and Afghanistan
   
   
 
18th ASEAN Summit: A Critique
13 May 2011 , 1030-1200 hrs

IPCS Discussion
Initial Remarks by Amb Navrekha Sharma and Prof Baladas Ghoshal

   
   
 
The Discontent in West Asia
9 May 2011 , 1800-1930 hrs

Young Voices, Alternative Ideas
IPCS Colloquy for Young Scholars
in collaboration with the India International Centre

   
   
 
Exploring India's Soft Power Options: Alternative Strategies towards the Neighbourhood
29 April 2011 , 1000-1300 hrs

1000-1130: Session-I
Understanding Soft Power

1130-1300: Session-II
“How India could use its Soft Power vis-a-vis its neighbours?”

 

   
   
 
The Future of Pakistan
28 April 2011 , 1800-1930 hrs

Young Voices, Alternative Ideas

IPCS Colloquy for Young Scholars in collaboration with the India International Centre

   
   
 
Pakistan's Strategic Future
26 April 2011 , 1000-1200 hrs

Interaction with Dr. Bhumitra Chakma
Director, South Asia Project, University of Hull, UK

   

   
   
 
Early Warnings to an impending Conflict in J&K
21 April 2011 , 1100-1300 hours

Understanding the Gujjar-Pahri Faultline

Panelists: Zafar Choudhary (Gujjar Perspective) & Shafiq Mir (Pahri Perspective)

   
   
 
India-Pakistan-China Nuclear Trilateral Dialogue
18 April 2011 , 1400-1700 hrs

A De-briefing of the IPCS Nuclear Trilateral Dialogue

   

   
 
   
 
India-ASEAN Relations
15 April 2011 , 1100-1300 hrs

Interactive session with H.E. Lt. Gen. (Retd.) Andi M. Ghalib, Ambassador of the Republic of Indonesia

   
 
   
 
Book Release and Discussion
8 April 2011 , 1100-1300 hrs

India's Foreign Policy: Old Problems, New Challenges

Release by Amb Salman Haidar

   
 
   
 
China in South China Sea
6 April 2011 , 1600-1730 hrs

IPCS Colloquy

Initial Remarks by  Lt Matthew Myers (US Navy), Research Scholar, JNU

   
   
 
IPCS Interaction with Taiwanese Delegation
5 April 2011 , 1030-1230 hrs
   

   
 
   
 
Sino-Indian Relations
4 April 2011 , 1030-1200 hrs

Talk by Prof. Su Hao

   
   
 
Cross-LoC Trade: The Way Forward
31 March 2011 , 1200-1430 hrs

Discussion on IPCS-PILDAT-CR Policy Brief
Organised in collaboration with the Epilogue Magazine

Special Address By Abdul Rahim Rather, Minister for Finance, Govt of J&K
Venue: Hotel Fortune Inn, Jammu
All are Welcome

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India and Nuclear Disarmament
28 March 2011

- 29 March 2011 (Monday-Tuesday)

  • An Overview of Global Nuclear Disarmament Scenario
  • India and the International Nuclear Regime
  • India and the Fissile Materials Control
  • Implications of Nuclear Renaissance
  • Nuclear Safety and Security
   
 
   
 
IPCS interactions in J&K
25 March 2011

- 27 March 2011

25 March 2011, Friday
Venue: Hotel Broadway, Srinagar

1600-1700 hrs: Interaction with the Media
1730-1830 hrs: Interaction with the Business Community & the Release of IPCS-PILDAT-CR Policy Brief
on Cross-LoC Trade

26 March 2011, Saturday
Venue: SKICC

1000-1130: Session-I:
Revisiting the Proposals: Devolution to Demilitarization

1145-1315: Session-II
Towards a Settlement: New Strategies

   
   
 
India-Bangladesh Relations
24 March 2011 , 1830-1930 hrs

IPCS Colloquy for Young Scholars, in colloboration with the India International Centre

Venue: IIC Conference Room

All are invited

   
   
 
IPCS Annual Conference on Armed Conflicts in South Asia
21 March 2011

-22 March 2011, Monday-Tuesday

Keynote Address by Mr GK Pillai, Home Secretary, Govt. of India

Venue: Jacaranda-II, India Habitat Centre (21 March 2011) & IPCS Conference Room (22 March 2011)

All are invited

 

   
   
 
Egypt: Recent Developments and the Way Ahead
15 March 2011 , 1100-1300 hours

An interaction with the Ambassador of Egypt to India

organised in colloboration with the IIC

Venue: Conference Room-I

All are invited

   
   
 
An interaction with Thailand Naval War College
9 March 2011 , 1400-1500 hrs


By invitation only

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Afghanistan 2011: A Canada-India Policy Dialogue on Future Developmental Efforts
1 March 2011 , 0930-1600 hrs

Venue: IIC Annexe, Conference Room-III

All are invited

   
   
 
Tibet and Sino-Indian Relations
28 February 2011 , 1730-1930 hrs

IPCS Colloquy

in association with the India International Center (IIC)

Venue: IIC, Conference Room-I

All are Welcome

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Engaging an Unstable Pakistan
24 February 2011 , 1430-1600 hrs

Interaction with Lisa Curtis
Senior Fellow at the Heritage Foundation, Washington, DC

Venue: IPCS Conference Room

All are Invited

   
   
 
Nuclear Disarmament and Non-Proliferation
23 February 2011

-27 February 2011

Residential Workshop for Young Scholars

Surajkund, Delhi

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Identity and Asian Powers: What does it mean for Regional Cooperation?
21 February 2011 , 0930-1730 hrs
in Collaboration with Sigur Center for Asian Studies, George Washington University

Venue: Conference Room I,
India International Centre

All are Welcome
   
 
   
 
Indo-Japan Relations
17 February 2011 , 0930-1530 hours
  • Japan's Nuclear Policy and the Prospect of Japan- India Nuclear Agreement
  • Indo-US Nuclear Deal and Its Implications for Japan
  • Japan-India Relationship in Emerging Asian Perspective

Venue: IPCS Conference Room
All Are Welcome

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Tunisia and Egypt: Implications for India's Neighbourhood
14 February 2011 , 1100-1300 hours
   
   
 
Nuclear Risk Reduction in South Asia
7 February 2011

An interaction with Michael Krepon

   
   
 
5th India-NATO Dialogue
1 February 2011
   
 
   
 
Nuclear Security in Southern Asia
29 January 2011
-30 January 2011
India-Pakistan-China Track-II Dialogue

   
   
 
Indo-Pak Track-II Dialogue on Nuclear Issues
27 January 2011
-28 January 2011
Bangkok
   
   
 
Energy & Environmental Security: A Cooperative Approach in South Asia
22 January 2011
-23 January 2011
Regional Dialogue of the Consortium of South Asian Think Tanks (COSATT)
Kathmandu
   
   
 
Building Sustainable Peace in South Asia
20 January 2011 , 1030-1200 hrs
Speaker: Prof. T V Paul,
Director, Centre for International Peace and Security Studies
(CIPSS), McGill University, Canada

Venue: IPCS Conference Room
All are Welcome
   
 
   
 
Revisiting and Looking Beyond Rajiv Gandhi Action Plan
12 January 2011 , 1030-1300 hrs

Debating an Indian Strategy for Nuclear Disarmament in the 2010s

Panelists: Amb Arundhati Ghose,  Adm Raja Menon & Prof Amitabh Mattoo


   
 
   
 
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