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Media Workshops on Nuclear Weapons, Doctrines and WMD Terrorism

The Institute organizes media workshops for raising the level of understanding and reporting on WMD issues among the media. This project is supported by the Nuclear Threat Initiative (NTI).

The first workshop was organized in October 2008. Journalists from print and electronic media in India representing the national and regional media were invited for this workshop. Leading scholars on the subject were invited to make an initial presentation on various issues, which was followed by an intense discussion on the subject. Similar workshops for the media are planned in 2009 as well.

Following issues were discussed in the first workshop in October 2008

Nuclear Doctrines of India, China and Pakistan
Adm. Raja Menon, Chairman, Task Force on Net Assessment and Simulation,  National Security Council
Prof P R Chari, Reserach Professor, IPCS

Global Nuclear Disarmament
Amb. Arundhati Ghosh, Former Indian Permanent Representative to the Conference on Disarmament in Geneva
Maj. Gen, Dipankar Banerjee, Director, IPCS 

 
 
 

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