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IPCS Review
GMR Male Episode: Implications for India-Maldives Relations
Panelists: Dr. N. Manoharan, VIF and Dr. Anand Kumar, IDSA

27 December 2012 , 1530-1630 hours
   
   
 
Inside Southeast Asia
24 December 2012
Southeast Asia: Internal Political Developments : Elections, Internal Conflicts & Political Transition within Southeast Asia.
Special Focus: Myanmar : Political, Economic, and Social issues & The Road Ahead
Regional Cooperation and Cohesion in Southeast Asia : Political, Economic, and Social issues & The Road Ahead
External interests in Southeast Asia : Role of US, China, Japan, Australia and India.
   
   
 
Inside Xinjiang: Contemporary Issues, Debates and Developments
23 November 2012 , 1500-1630 hrs
Speaker: Prof. Michael Dillon, Europe China Research and Advice Network (ECRAN)
Discussants: Dr. Abanti Bhattacharya & Ms. Bhavna Singh

   
   
 

Sino-Indian and Sino-South Korean Relations: Compulsions, Comparisons and Contrasts

22 November 2012 , 1030hrs-1300hrs

Chair: Amb. Skand Tayal 
Speakers: Prof.P.R Chari and Prof.Vyjayanti Raghavan
Discussants: Dr. Rajaram Panda and Dr. Sandip Mishra

 

   

   
   
 
Contemporary Nuclear Debate
16 November 2012
- 20 November 2012

Fourth Annual Workshop for Young Scholars

Chandigarh
   
   
 
North Korea’s Stability and Regional Security: China's Role
15 November 2012 , 1530-1700 hrs
IPCS Review
Initial Remarks by Mr Rajaram Panda

Discussants: Prof Srikanth Kondapalli and Dr Sandip Mishra
 
   

   
   
 
Contemporary Naxal Movement:A Critique
9 November 2012 , 1500-1630 hours

Discussion on the Special report by Dr Rajat Kujur

   
   
 
INDIAN NUCLEAR DOCTRINE
30 October 2012 , 1800-2000 hours

An Interaction with Michael Krepon


   
   
 
AF-Pak Discussion Forum #02
29 October 2012

"Understanding Pakistan's Military Psyche"

By Invitation Only 

   
   
 
Indo-Pak Dispute: Will it Last for Hundred Years?
12 October 2012 , 1100-1300 hours
An Interaction with Stephen Cohen
   

   
   
 
IPCS COLLOQUY # 53: YOUNG VOICES, ALTERNATIVE IDEAS
9 October 2012 , 1100- 1230 hours
Current Developments in Nepal: An Interaction with Young Nepali Researchers
   
   
 
Shifts in US' Strategic Priorities and Sino-American Relations
4 October 2012 , 1500 - 1630 hrs

IPCS Panel Discussion

Speakers: Prof. Qi Zhou, Director & Senior Fellow, Institute of American Studies (IAS), CASS
Dr. Qi Hao, Assistant Research Fellow, IAS, CASS

   
   
 
Pivoting or Rebalancing?: Understanding American Strategy towards the Asia-Pacific
28 September 2012 , 1100-1300 hrs

IPCS Panel Discussion

Remarks by Chair
Panelist: Dr. Amit Gupta, Associate Professor in the Department of International Security at the US Air Force Air War College

   

   
   
 
Inside Myanmar: Political Reforms, Ethnic & Social Divide, and External Interests
21 September 2012 , 1000-1700 hours
Political Developments: Reforms and Reconciliation in Myanmar
Ethnic Divide and Conflicts: Challenges to Security and National Reconciliation Process
Trade, Foreign Investments and Economic Transition in Myanmar
Social Dimensions: Education, Employment, Internal Displacement, Role of Media, Poverty, Human Rights issues etc
External Interests & Influences: US, China and ASEAN
   
   
 
Building Bridges in South Asia: Thimphu Dialogue on Enhancing Regional Connectivity
10 September 2012
- 14 September 2012

Dialogue of the Consortium of South Asian Think-Tanks (COSATT)
Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies (IPCS) in collaboration with Konrad Adenauer Stiftung (KAS)

By Invitation Only
   
   
 
Inside China Second Annual Conference: Understanding Contemporary Issues, Challenges and Problems
8 September 2012 , 0930 - 1700 hours

Venue: India International Centre
   
   
 
Ambassador Lecture Series
6 September 2012 , 1045-1300 hrs

India-Iran Relations: Past Present and Future

Interaction with HE Seyed Mehdi Nabizadeh
Ambassador of Iran to India 

Organised in collaboration with the IIC 

Venue: Lecture Room-I, IIC Annexe; All are Welcome 

   
 
   
 
Conflict Alert: Ethnic Fault Lines in Assam
6 September 2012 , 1400-1700 hrs

Panel Discussion

Panelists: Mr PC Haldar, Mr Nitin Gokhale and Ms Ruhee Neog 

Venue: Lecture Room No II, IIC Annexe; All are welcome 

   

   
   
 
IPCS Panel Discussion: Two Decades of India's Look East Policy:
24 August 2012 , 1100-1300 hours

Panel Discussion and Review of the book ‘Two Decades of India’s look East Policy: Partnership for Peace, Progress and Prosperity’ By Amb. A.N. Ram (ed)

Venue: IPCS Conference Room
All are invited

   
   
 
Release of IPCS Task Force Reports
27 July 2012 , 1400-1730hrs

IPCS Task Force Reports' Release - India's Nuclear Doctrine: An Alternative Blueprint and Trans-Himalayan Trade and Development 2020: Looking Beyond Nathu La

   

   
   
 
Discussion on Strengthening Global Nuclear Materials Security: Building a Framework for Assurance, Accountability and Action
11 July 2012 , 1400 - 1700 hours
   
   
 
Radha Vinod Raju
5 July 2012 , 1600 hours
Commemorative Meeting organised by the Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies (IPCS) in collaboration with the Foundation for Peace, Harmony and Good Governance (FGG)
   
   
 
The Rohingya Crisis in Myanmar: Implications for National Reconstruction, Regional and Human Security
22 June 2012 , 1400 - 1600 hours

IPCS Roundtable Discussion

   

   
   
 
Peace Audit: Nepal and Sri Lanka
15 June 2012 , 1000-1400 hours

Organised by the IPCS Programme on Armed Conflicts in South Asia (ACSA) in collaboration with the Konrad -Adenauer -Stiftung (KAS)

   
   
 
Book Discussion: Looking Back into History
11 June 2012 , 1000 - 1300 hours

IPCS in collaboration with The Book Review Literary Trust & India International Centre (IIC)

   

   
   
 
US and China in the Asia Pacific: Taking stock of Southeast Asia's Responses and Strategies
5 June 2012 , 1000-1700 hours
Panelists: Amb Leela Ponappa, Amb Rajiv Bhatia, Prof Baladas Ghoshal, Amb Navrekha Sharma, Prof Srikanth Kondapalli, Dr Vibhanshu Shekhar, Ms Panchali Saikia and Ms Amruta Karambelkar
   
   
 
IPCS Colloquy # 52: Young Voices, Alternative Ideas
1 June 2012 , 1200 - 1330 hours
Youth Bulge in India: Demographic Dividend?
   
   
 
Panel Discussion: Sino-Indian Economic Dialogue
18 May 2012 , 1130 - 1300 hrs
   

   
   
 
Water Conflicts in South Asia
15 May 2012 , 1100 - 1300 hours

Keynote Address by Mr. B.G. Verghese
&
Inauguration of the IPCS Non-traditional Security Programme

   

   
   
 
Australia and India in the Asian Century
11 May 2012 , 1100 - 1300 hours

An interactive session with H.E. Peter Varghese AO, Australian High Commissioner to India

   
   
 
The Arab Spring: One Year Later (Indian Perspectives)
25 April 2012 , 1500-1700 hours
   

   
   
 
IPCS Book Release
25 April 2012 , 1000 - 1300 hours

'Indo-US Nuclear Deal: Seeking Synergy in Bilateralism'
PR Chari (Ed.), Revised (Second) Edition, 2012 (Published by Routledge, India)

   

   
   
 
Regional Cooperation in South Asia
20 April 2012 , 1100 - 1300 hours

An Interaction with the SAARC Secretary General, H.E. Ahmed Saleem

   
   
 
North Korea’s Rocket Launch: What will be the Fall Out?
20 April 2012 , 1500 - 1630 hours

IPCS Peer Review of Dr Rajaram Panda's paper on 'Is North Korea's Failed Rocket Launch the Precursor to a Nuclear Test?'

   
   
 
Internal Developments in Myanmar: The Road Ahead
19 April 2012 , 1030 - 1300 hours

An Interactive session with H.E. Amb. Zin Yaw
Ambassador of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar, New Delhi

   
   
 
Building Global Security
16 April 2012

IPCS-KAS Indo-German Dialogue

Key Note Address by Mr Ranjan Mathai, Foreign Secretary, Ministry of External Affairs
   
   
 
Building Bridges: Strengthening Physical, Emotional and Economic Linkages
6 April 2012

- 7 April 2012
Dialogue of the Consortium of South Asian Think-Tanks (COSATT)
Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies (IPCS) in collaboration with Konrad Adenauer Stiftung (KAS)

   
   
 
Seoul Nuclear Security Summit: A Critique
4 April 2012 , 1030-1230 hrs

Panelists: Amb Arundhati Ghose, Dr Sheel Kant Sharma and Prof PR Chari
   
   
 
India-US Strategic Issues
29 March 2012 , 1400-1530 hrs
An interaction with the Naval Postgraduate School and the Defense Threat Reduction Agency
   
   
 
Understanding Australia's Foreign Policy in Asia and India-Australia Relations
27 March 2012 , 1030 - 1300 hours

Interaction with Daniel Flitton of the Sydney Morning Herald

   
   
 
Re-visioning the other Routes: Prospects of trade through Other Corridors
23 March 2012 , 1500 - 1700 hrs
IPCS Colloquy: Young Voices, Alternative Ideas # 51
   
   
 
Mapping the Naxal Conflict: Second National Dialogue
16 March 2012

16 March 2012 - 17 March 2012

Understanding the Motivations, Strategies and Support of the Naxal
Groups in India

In collaboration with the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)
(Part of the IPCS-NTNU project titled “Transformation and Friction in
Globalising India”, 16-18 March 2012)

   
   
 
Armed Conflicts in South Asia
1 March 2012

-2 March 2012
Sixth Annual Conference and the Release of Armed Conflicts Omnibus
Inaugural Address by Mr. Shiv Shankar Menon, National Security Advisor

   
   
 
Sino-Indian Economic Dialogue: From Bilateral trade to Strategic Partnership
25 February 2012

- 26 February 2012

China Research Programme (CRP), Institue of Peace and Conflict Studies
in collaboration with the Sikkim University

 

   
   
 
IPCS Peer Review
23 February 2012 , 1000 - 1600 hours
Review of two CSIS reports on "Religion and Conflict in India" and "India-Pakistan Cooperation in Afghanistan"

Panelists: Prof Anwar Alam, Mr Kanchan Gupta, Prof PR Chari and D. Suba Chandran
   
   
 
Deconstructing China’s “Assertiveness”: A Psychological Science Perspective
22 February 2012 , 1000 - 1200 hours

IPCS Discussion (Remarks by Ravi Bhoothalingam, Distinguished Fellow, IPCS

   

   
   
 
IPCS Colloquy # 50: Young Voices, Alternative Ideas
21 February 2012 , 0900-1000 hrs
IPCS Colloquy # 50
Young Voices, Alternative Ideas

"Emerging India: Mapping the Trajectory"


   
   
 
An Interaction with Amb. Teresita Schaffer and Amb. Howard Schaffer
21 February 2012 , 1000 - 1300 hours
   
   
 
IPCS Colloquy # 49: Young Voices, Alternative Ideas
17 February 2012 , 1500 -1715 hrs

“India’s Stakes, Leverages and Strategies”
Recent Developments in India’s Immediate and Extended Neighbourhood

   
   
 
India - US Roles on Withdrawal from Afghanistan 2014
16 February 2012 , 1400 - 1700 hours

Interaction with Monitor 360

   
   
 
IPCS Colloquy # 47 : Young Voices, Alternative Ideas
25 January 2012 , 1500 - 1700 hrs

An Annual Review of India's Neighbourhood
Pakistan and Afghanistan

Organized in collaboration with IIC

   
 
   
 
India-Australia Strategic Dialogue
17 January 2012
   
   
 
The Naxal Problem:Understanding Issues, Challenges and Alternative Approaches
13 January 2012 , 0930 - 1830 hours

The Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies (IPCS)

In Colloboration with the Foundation for Peace, Harmony and Good Governance (FGG) and India International Centre (IIC)

   
 
   
 
Iran and Regional Security: Understanding Tehran's Predicaments, Objectives and Strategies
6 January 2012 , 1100 - 1300 hrs

IPCS Panel Dicussion

Panelists:
Prof. PR Kumaraswamy and Prof. Anwar Alam

   
   
 
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