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Sanitation Challenges in India: Impact on Gender and Minorities
15 December 2015 , 1030-1300 hrs

Venue: IPCS Conference Room

By invitation only

   
   
 
India’s Role in Building a Counter-Narrative to ISIS Propaganda
9 December 2015 , 0930-1200 hrs
Date & Time: 09 December 2015, 0930-1200 Hrs
Venue: India International Centre, New Delhi
   
   
 
IPCS Meeting with Madhesi Leaders
8 December 2015
   
   
 
Evolving Security in South Asia: Challenges and Opportunities
4 November 2015 , 0900-1700


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)

   
   
 
Young Voices, Alternative Ideas: "A Normal Nuclear Pakistan"?
29 October 2015 , 1030-1300 hrs

 
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

   
   
 
China's Continental Strategy Over the Next Twenty Years
3 September 2015

On 3 September 2015, the Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies (IPCS) hosted Eric B Brown, Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute, Washington, DC, to speak on 'China's Continental Strategy Over the Next Twenty Years.'

   

   
 
   
 
China’s Policy vis-à-vis Afghanistan
21 August 2015 , 1030-1145 hrs
Research Paper review discussion on the IPCS Issue Brief, ‘China’s Policy vis-à-vis Afghanistan’
   
   
 
India and Africa : Building New Relations
5 August 2015
Panel discussion with Dr Jacobus Kamfer (Jakkie) Cilliers, Executive Director, the Institute for Security Studies, South Africa. 


   
   
 
Japan's Strategic Trajectory: Implications for India
21 July 2015 , 1400 to 1530 Hrs

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

   
   
 
India and its Neighbourhood: An Audit of Conflict and Peace
10 July 2015
IPCS-KAS Conference: 
India and its Neighbourhood: An Audit of Conflict and Peace
10-11 July 2015, New Delhi
   
   
 
Trends in Terrorism and Implications for Global Security
15 May 2015
IPCS-KAS International Conference:
Trends in Terrorism and Implications for Global Security
15-16 May 2015, New Delhi

   
   
 
Fifth Annual Residential Young Scholars’ Workshop
3 May 2015
The IPCS' Fifth Annual Residential Young Scholars’ Workshop, organised with the National Institute of Advanced Studies (NIAS) from 3-7 May in Bengaluru, India

   
   
 
IPCS Briefing for the National Defence College, Thailand
7 April 2015 , 1030-1230 hrs
IPCS Briefing on matters of mutual interest and cooperation for India and Thailand, with the Strategic Studies Centre, National Defence Studies Institute, Thailand.
   
   
 
China and the Uyghur Issue: Looking Back to Look Forward
30 March 2015 , 1100 hrs - 1300 hrs

IPCS Review discussion, in collaboration with the Department of East Asian Studies, University of Delhi.

Chair:

Dr. Anita Sharma

Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Delhi

Discussants: 

Dr. Debasish Chaudhuri 
Associate Fellow, Institute of Chinese Studies, New Delhi
&
Dr. Abanti Bhattacharya 
Associate Professor, Department of East Asian Studies, University of Delhi
   
   
 
Reviving the Dialogue with Pakistan: An Agenda for India
13 March 2015 , 0945-1215 hrs

A discussion of Dr D Suba Chandran's paper, 'Reviving the Dialogue with Pakistan: An Agenda for India'.

Chair: Prof PR Chari
Visiting Professor, IPCS

Panelists:
Amb Lalit Mansingh
Former Indian Foreign Secretary
Dr Sushil Aaron
Associate Editor, Editorial Team, Hindustan Times
Brig Gurmeet Kanwal
Former Director, CLAWS
Dr D Suba Chandran
Director, IPCS

   
 
   
 
The Rise of Indonesia: Search for New Roles?
20 February 2015 , 1000-1130 hrs
Panel: Amb Navrekha Sharma and Dr Bibhu Prasad Routray
Review of the recent Indian Council for World Affairs (ICWA) book, authored by Dr Vibhanshu Shekhar
Venue: IPCS Conference Room
All are Welcome
   
   
 
IPCS Forecast Series
9 February 2015 , 1400-1700 hrs

West Asia and the Islamic State: In 2015
Release and Review of two IPCS reports in collaboration with India International Centre

Nepal and Bangladesh
Release and Review of two IPCS reports in collaboration with India International Centre

Venue: Lecture Room-I, IIC, New Delhi


   
   
 
IPCS Forecast Series
4 February 2015 , 1400-1700 hrs

Release & Review of five IPCS reports
in collaboration with India International Centre (IIC) and Department of East Asian Studies, Delhi University

Session-I: Forecasts on China, East Asia and the Indian Ocean

Session-II: Forecasts on Southeast Asia and Myanmar

Panel: Amb Skand Tayal, Dr Siddharth Varadarajan, Amb Ranjit Gupta & Dr Bibhu Prasad Routray 

Venue: Conference Room-I, IIC, New Delhi
Click here for complete programme
All are welcome

   
   
 
Pakistan in 2015
28 January 2015 , 1500-1700 hrs

IPCS Forecast Series

Release & Review of three IPCS reports
by Amb TCA Rangachari & Mr Rana Banerji

Venue: IPCS Conference Room

All are Welcome

   
   
 
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