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International Relations

Prof. Varun Sahni
Professor in International Politics, J.N.U

International relation: Theory and Practice
Prof. Rajesh Rajagopalan
Centre for International Organization & Disarmament, J.N.U

USA’s rebalancing and pivot of Asia, Theory of International Relations, Introduction (Realism and Liberalism), Theory of International Relations: Neo-Realism and Neo-Liberalism, Dynamics of International Relations – Historical and Theoretical Background, IR: From Peace of Westphalia of 1648 to 1945, IR: Cold War and the Collapse of Soviet Union, International Relations in Post Cold War Era and 21st Century
Prof. Alka Acharya
Professor of Chinese Studies, Centre for East Asian Studies, J.N.U

Rising China
Amb. Nalin Surie

Rising China
Prof. B.R. Deepak
Center of Chinese & Southeast Asian Stuides, J.N.U

Rising China
Shri Siddharth Ramanna
Research Officer,
Institute of Peace & Conflict Studies

A Nuclear Iran
Dr. U.K. Sinha
Research Fellow,
Institute for Defence Studies & Analysis (IDSA)

Resource nexus: water-food-energy, Water and Environmental Security
Amb. A.N. Ram

India’s Emergence as a Global Power, India-US relations, India-Japan relations,
Indian Diaspora & the Shaping of India’s Foreign Policy, India’s Look East Policy
Dr. Jayati Srivastava
Associate Professor,
Centre for International Politics Organization & Disarmament, J.N.U

International Relations in Post Cold War and the 21st Century
Dr. Dhananjay Tripathi
Assistant Professor, Department of International Relations, Faculty of Social Sciences,
South Asian University

NATO: Post Cold War Relevance
Lt. Gen. Satish Nambiar

UN Agenda for Peace: Peace Enforcement & Peacekeeping Operations
Patrice Coeur-Bizot
UN Resident Coordinator, UNDP, Delhi

UN Development
Amb. Swashpawan Singh

UN: Future and Reforms
Amb. Joao Cravinho
Ambassador of the European Union to India

India and EU
Prof. A.K. Pasha
Centre for West Asian Studies, J.N.U

India and the Arab World, Foreign Policy: Gulf, Arab World: Emerging Security Environment
Amb. Ranjit Gupta

Recent events in West Asia including the Arab Spring
Prof. Zikrur Rahman
Director,
India – Arab Cultural Centre, Jamia Millia Islamia University

Recent events in West Asia including the Arab Spring
Prof. P. Stobdan
Senior Fellow,
Institute for Defence Studies & Analysis (IDSA)

Understanding the Politics of Central Asia, India-Central Asia Relations
Amb. Ishrat Aziz

Arab Spring
Amb. Jayant Prasad

India’s diplomatic service in the 21st Century – new frontiers and challenges, Foreign Policy: Afghanistan
Shri R.R. Rashmi
Joint Secretary,
Ministry of Environment & Forest

Climate Change

Dr. Vijay Sakhuja
Director Research,
Indian Council of World Affairs (ICWA),


Climate Change

Prof. Leena Srivastava
Vice Chancellor, TERI University

Climate Change Negotiations: Post 2012 Scenario
Dr. Maria Ligia Noronha
Executive Director (Research Coordination), Director, Resources, Regulation and Global Security Division, TERI University

Energy and International Relations: Resource, Geopolitics and Natural Resource Diplomacy, Energy and International Relations: Energy Security in the Indian Context
Prof. Bharat Desai
Centre for International Legal Studies, School of International Studies, J.N.U

Environment and Development: Challenges before Environmental Diplomacy, International Environmental Governance, Global Climate Change, Environment & Development: An Overview, Climate Change Negotiations: Post 2012 Scenario
Prof. Satish Kumar

Crisis Management, Global Security Trends
Dr. Mohammed Badrul Alam
Professor
Deptt. of Political Science, Jamia Milia Islamia University

India-US Relations, India-Japan Relations
Ms. Ruchita Beri
Senior Research Associate, Institute for Defence Studies & Analyses

India-Africa Relations
Prof. K.P. Vijaylakshmi
Centre for Canadian, US and Latin American Studies,
School of International Studies, J.N.U

USA's Role in 21st Century
Amb. Skand Tayal

ASEAN: India’s Look East Policy
Amb. Gurjit Singh

ASEAN and African Union
Amb. Sanjay Singh

India & ASEAN, ASEAN and East Asia Summit
Dr. Vibhanshu Shekhar
Indian Council of World Affairs

India & ASEAN
Prof. Shankari Sundararaman
Associate Professor
Centre for South East Asian Studies, J.N.U

India & South East Asia / ASEAN
Dr. Sanjay Kumar Pandey
Associate Professor
Centre for Russian and Central Asian Studies, J.N.U

Central Asia: Developments, opportunities and challenges
Prof. Arun Kumar Mohanty
Centre for Russian and Central Asian Studies, J.N.U

Post Soviet Russia: An Overview
Prof. Chintamani  Mahapatra
Centre for Canadian, US and Latin American Studies, J.N.U

Latin America: Regional & Global Role, Indo-US Relations
Admiral P.S. Das

Maritime Security
Admiral (Retd.) Anup Singh

Maritime Security
Prof. Prodipto Ghosh
Distinguished Fellow, TERI

Maritime Security, Climate Change: India’s Role in the Global Context, Sustainable Development: Economic and Socio-political Sustainability
Dr. Probal K Ghosh
Centre for Observer Research Foundation

Sustainable Development
Cmde. Raza Khan

Developments of Strategic thought through the ages
Amb. Rajeet Mitter

India and her Neighbours, Sri Lanka – Bangladesh, India-Pakistan Relations
Amb. Deepak Bhojwani

Humanitarian intervention and responsibility to protect, BRICS and IBSA
Amb. H.H.S Viswanathan
Distinguished Fellow
Centre for Observer Research Foundation

Africa- Opportunities & Challenges, Africa: A Strategic Continent
Prof. Ummu Salma Bava
Chairperson & Professor of European Studies, Centre for European Studies,
School of International Studies, J.N.U

European Union: Role in a Multipolar World
Assoc. Prof. Gulshan Sachdeva
Assoc. Professor, Centre for European Studies, School of International Studies, J.N.U

Crisis facing the European Union
Dr. Jyotsna Bakshi
Senior Fellow, Indian Council of World Affairs

India-Russia Strategic Partnership: Vistas for future Cooperation
Prof. Christopher S. Raj
Centre for American and West European Studies, J.N.U

India & the United States, USA's Role in 21st Century
Dr. C. Rajamohan
Head, Strategic Studies and Distinguished Fellow
Observer Research Foundation (ORF)

USA’s rebalancing and pivot of Asia
Dr. P K Pradhan
Associate Fellow
Institute for Defence Studies & Analyses (IDSA)

Crisis in the Middle East
Dr. Hemayun Akhtar Nazmi
Centre for West Asian Studies, Jamia Millia Islamia

Role of Culture and Perceptions in International Relations: With reference to Islamic Fundamentalism
Prof. Siddharth Mallavarppu
Centre for International Politics, Organization & Disarmament (CIPOD),
School of International Studies, J.N.U

Theory of International Relations: Marxists, Reflectivists and Constructivists, Dynamics of International Relations – Understanding Globalisation, Critical Perspectives on ‘National Interest, National Security’: Role of Domestic Factors and Policies in IR
Prof. C.S.R. Murthy
Centre for International Politics Organizations & Disarmament, J.N.U

United Nations: Historical Background, Structure and Functions
Dr. Yeshi Choedon
Associate Professor, Centre for International Politics, Organization and Disarmament (CIPOD), J.N.U

UN as an Instrument of Multilateral Diplomacy
Prof. Swaran Singh
Professor, Centre for International Politics, Organization & Disarmament (CIPOD),
School of International Studies, JNU

Diplomacy in New World Order
Prof. Anjoo Sharan Upadhyaya
Faculty of Arts, BHU

Nationalism in the Context of Globalization, Ethnic Conflicts in World Politics
Prof. Priyankar Upadhyaya
Professor, Banaras Hindu University

Conflict Resolution in 21st Century: New Trajectories, Peace-building and post-conflict reconstruction, The Ethics and Politics of Humanitarian Interventions, Human Rights: Concept and Politics
Amb. C. Dasgupta
Distinguished Fellow, TERI

Global Warming and Climate Change: Geopolitics, Equity and Climate Diplomacy, Indian Foreign Policy: Historical Perspective – From Independence to Collapse of Soviet Union, China’s Role in Global Economics and Politics, The Kashmir Issue: Genesis and Developments
Dr. Kasturi Das
Consultant
Research and Information System (RIS) for Developing Countries

Climate Change Negotiations: Copenhagen to Cancun & Beyond, Climate Change Issues and Global Negotiations
Mr. Jawhar Sircar
Chief Executive Officer, Prasar Bharti, India’s Public Service Broadcaster (All India Radio & Doordarshan)

Soft diplomacy in the 21st Century world
Amb. Rajiv Dogra

Pak-Afghan & India’s Extended Neighbourhood
Amb. G. Parthasarathy

Afghanistan and Pakistan (AFPAK), India and Emerging Trends for Cooperation in Asia
Dr. Arvind Gupta
Deputy National Security Adviser

India and the Big Powers (US, EU, RUSSIA, CHINA)
Amb. Muchkund Dubey
President, Council for Social Development, Delhi

New Regionalism, UN Reforms
Amb. Kanwal Sibal

Russia’s role in the 21st Century
Capt. Alok  Bansal
Senior Fellow, Centre for Land Walfare Studies ( CLAWS)

India and South Asia
Amb. R. Viswanathan

Latin America: People and politics
Prof. Ajay Kumar Dubey
Centre for West Asian & African Studies, School of International Studies, J.N.U

India’s Relations with East &  Southern Africa
Mr. Vishal Chandra
Associate Fellow, Institute for Defence Studies & Analyses (IDSA)

Afghanistan: Historical Background and International Developments
Amb. B. S. Prakash

UN: Future and Reforms
Amb. Navtej Sarna

UN: Issues of concern to India
Mr. V.N. Alok
Coordinator, Centre for Economic Analysis and Financial Management, IIPA

International Relations
Ms. Sreeradha Datta
Research Fellow, Institute for Defence Studies & Analyses (IDSA)

India-Bangladesh Relations
Dr. P. Sahadevan
Professor,South Asian Studies Division, School of International Studies, J.N.U

India-Sri Lanka Relations
Amb. Meera Shankar

India and the Great Powers
Amb. Sharat Sabharwal

India-Pakistan relations
Amb. Bal Anand

Developments in Pakistan
Maj. Gen. G.G. Dwivedi
Professor, Centre of West Asian Studies, Faculty of Social Science, Aligarh Muslim University

Emerging World Order; Leadership: 21st century challenges; Nuances of strategy and strategic thinking; China: Resurgence, Making of a Great Power; Strategic thinking and defence issues; India’s Emergence as a Regional Power; Securing India – Challenges Ahead
Prof. Savita Pande
Professor, South Asian Studies, School of International Studies, J.N.U

India and her neighbours;  India-Pakistan Relations
Mr. Nishchal N. Pandey
Director, Centre for South Asian Studies, Kathmandu

Nepal
Amb. Aloke Sen

India-Myanmar Relations
Mr. Jasbir Rakhre
Senior Research Associate, Jindal School of International Affairs, Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies (IPCS)

North Korea
 
 
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