FPRC Journal

FPRC Journal

a Quarterly research journal devoted to studies on Indian Foreign Policy
ISSN 2277 – 2464


Contributors

FPRC JOURNAL No. 35

Focus :The QUAD : Stakes and Stakeholders

1. David Arase

Resident Professor of International Politics
Hopkins-Nanjing Center

The Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies
at Nanjing University,Nanjing, Jiangsu Province,CHINA

2. Fei-Ling Wang

Professor

Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA.
3. Adam Ni

Visiting Fellow at the Strategic and Defence Studies Centre,

Australian National University

4. Balaji Chandramohan

Visiting Fellow with Future Directions International,Perth

5. Yash Malhotra

Lt Gen (retd), of the Indian Army Corps of Engineers

6. Francis A. Kornegay, Jr.

Senior Fellow
Institute for Global Dialogue associated with the University of South Africa

7. Ulises Granados

Professor, Instituto Tecnologico Autonomo de Mexico ITAM

8. Pravda Parakkal

Working as a terrorism analyst with the Jane’s Terrorism and Insurgency Center

Intern’s Corner :

1. Vibhi Dixit

Third year of undergraduate study in Political Science
at Hindu College, Delhi University

2. ROUNAK SHAHI

pursuing M. A in International and West Asian Studies at the Aligarh Muslim University (AMU)

3. Namita Barthwal ,

Masters in International and Area Studies, Academy of International Studies,
Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi

FPRC JOURNAL No. 34

Focus :India’s growing role in Asia

1.Dr. Debasish Nandy,

Associate Professor and Head, Department of Political Science, Kazi Nazrul University, Asansol, West Bengal, India

2. Dr. Sanjeev Kumar Bragta

Assistant Professor Department of Political Science Himachal Pradesh University Regional Centre, Dharamshala,H.P., India -176218

3.Dr. Asis Mistry,

Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, Kazi Nazrul University, Asansol, West Bengal, India,

4. Balwinder Singh

Assistant Professor of Political Science, C.G.M. College, Mohlan, Malout, District. Muktsar Sahib[Punjab] India

5. Manoj Babu Buraga

Doctoral Fellow Centre for European Studies Pondicherry University

6.Gitanjali Sinha Roy

PhD scholar in the Department of East Asian Studies,University of Delhi and a visiting fellow to the University of Tokyo under the MEXT 2018 scholarship.

Intern’s Corner :

1. Ashley M Sebastian

B.A. at St. Stephen's College,New Delhi

2. ARPON SAKRI

UGC NET/ WB SET,Jalpaiguri (West Bengal)

FPRC JOURNAL No. 33

Focus : India and Pacific Islands

1. Dr Shubhamitra Das

Assistant Professor, Centre for Indo-Pacific Studies (CIPS), School of International Studies (SIS), Jawaharlal Nehru University , New Delhi

2. Dr. Amba Pande

Centre for Indo-Pacific Studies, School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.

3. Balaji Chandramohan

Visiting Fellow with Future Directions International,Perth

4. Dr. Sriparna Pathak

Assistant Professor, Department of Mass Communication, School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Tapesia Campus, Kamarkuchi, Sonapur ,Assam, India

Foreign Policy/ IR (Generalia) 1. Dr. Anu Sonia

Assistant Professor, Political science Guru Nanak Dev University College Narot Jamal Singh-145026, Pathankot, Punjab

2. Gitanjali Sinha Roy

PhD scholar in the Department of East Asian Studies,University of Delhi and a visiting fellow to the University of Tokyo under the MEXT 2018 scholarship.

Intern’s Corner : 1. Jinson George Chacko

pursuing BSc. (Physical Science) St. Stephen's College, New Delhi

2.Abhishek Mohanty

pursuing MA Politics and International Area Studies from Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi

3. Sandra Thomas

pursuing BA (Prog.) course with Pol. Sc. and English as the major disciplines, St. Stephen's College, New Delhi

FPRC JOURNAL No. 32

Focus : India’s growing role in Asia

Balaji Chandramohan

Visiting Fellow with Future Directions International,a policy think tank based in Perth

Dr Monika Mandal

Former Fellow with the Maulana Abul Kalam Azad Institute of Asian Studies,Kolkata

Bawa Singh, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor
Centre for South and Central Asian Studies School of Global Relations
Central University of Punjab,Bathinda (Pb.) INDIA

Sandeep Singh

Research Scholar Centre for South & Central Asian Studies, Central University of Punjab, Bathinda,India

Dr. Narendra Kumar Arya

Formerly Senior Assistant Professor, Govt. Postgraduate College, Kotdwara, Uttrakhand, India

& Dr. Deepti Kumari

Associate Professor, Department of political Science, Patna College, Patna University, Patna, Patna ,India

Dr. Nishtha Kaushiki

Assistant Professor,

Department of South and Central Asian Studies, School of Global Relations, Central University of Punjab, Bathinda

& Mr. Hilal Ramzan

Ph.D. Research Scholar,
Department of South and Central Asian Studies, School of Global Relations, Central University of Punjab, Bathinda

Sudip Patel

a public policy professional and an alumnus of the Institute of Rural Management [IRMA]

Aditi Amitabh

Masters in East Asian Studies,
Dept. of East Asian StudiesUniversity of Delhi Intern at FPRC,New Delhi

FPRC JOURNAL No. 31

Focus : India–Taiwan Relations

1. Ms Nimisha Jha

Deputy Secretary State Planning Commision, Government of Chhattisgarh,India

2.Gunjan Singh

Research Assistant at the Indian Pugwash Society, New Delhi. Working as an Assistant Editor for CBW Magazine, published by the Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses, New Delhi

3. Sadia Rahman

PhD Student
National Chung Hsing University, Taiwan

4. Lakshay Sachdeva

National Tsing Hua University,Taiwan
2015-2017,International Masters in Business Administration

Intern’s Corner : 1. Christi Thomas

St. Stephen’s College, Delhi University, Intern, FPRC

2. Aditi

Masters in East Asian Studies,Dept. of East Asian Studies University of Delhi

Intern at FPRC 3. Gayathri.N

Graduating in Political Science and Economics from St.Stephen's College,Delhi University,

Intern, FPRC 4. Varsha Lakshmi >St. Stephen’s College, Delhi University, Intern, FPRC 5. ANISHA PATHAK

I.P. College for Women, University of Delhi,

Intern, FPRC 6. Malavika Ravi

St. Stephen’s College,Delhi University

Intern,FPRC 7. Prabisha Jaiswal

Masters in International Studies from Christ University, Bangalore

Intern, FPRC 8. Shruti Sharma

Masters in Applied Clinical Psychology, Jamia Millia Islamia,Central University

Intern,FPRC 9. Parthu Venkatesh P Intern,FPRC 10. Aarti Singh

Pursuing Master's in Political Science from Delhi University,

Intern ,FPRC

FPRC JOURNAL No. 30

Focus : India–Thailand Relations

1. Dr. Patit Paban Mishra

Professor of History ( Retired) at Sambalpur University, India

& Sarita Dash

pursuing her PhD in Centre for South Asian Studies, School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.

2. Balaji Chandramohan

Visiting Fellow with Future Directions International,Perth

3. Sasiwan Chingchit T

he Asia Foundation’s Program Officer in the Thailand team and a former Non-Resident WSD-Handa Fellow at the Pacific Forum, Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS)

Foreign Policy/ IR (Generalia) 1. Joseph E. Fallon

Subject matter expert on the Middle East and Central Asia

2.Dr. Anu Sonia

Assistant Professor,
Guru Nanak Dev University Collage, Narot Jamal Singh, Pathankot,India

& Dr. Nishtha Kaushiki

Assistant Professor, Centre for South and Central Asian Studies, School of Global Relations, Central University of Punjab, Bathinda,India

3. Manoj Babu Buraga

Doctoral Fellow, Centre for European Studies, Pondicherry University, Pudhucherry,India &

Kollabathini Siddahardha

M.Phil Candidate, Centre for European Studies Jawaharlal Nehru University,New Delhi

4. J.Rajeswari Thilagan

Asst Professor,Dept of International Studies, Stella Maris College,Chennai,India

FPRC JOURNAL No. 29

Focus : India–Indonesia Relations

1. Dr. Manas Chakrabarty

Emeritus Professor (UGC)
Department of Political Science University of North Bengal, Darjeeling. W.B. INDIA

2. Bilveer Singh, PhD.

President, Political Science Association, Singapore; Professor, Dept of Political Science, National University of Singapore;and Adjunct Senior Fellow, Centre of Excellence for National Security, S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, Nanyang Technological University

3. Balaji Chandramohan

Visiting Fellow with Future Directions International,Perth

4. Dr. Sanjay Kumar

Associate Professor
Department of Defence Studies,Meerut College, Meerut (India) &

Dr. Mohammad Samir Hussain Project Director,
Department of Defence Studies,Meerut College, Meerut (India)

Foreign Policy/ IR (Generalia) Mudasir Mubarik

Ph. D Research Scholar
Centre for South and Central Asian Studies, School of Global Relations Central University of Punjab, Bathinda. India &

Dr. Bawa Singh

Assistant Professor
Centre for South and Central Asian Studies, School of Global Relations Central University of Punjab, Bathinda,India

Lobsang Yangtso

Research Scholar of Chinese Division,
Centre for East Asian Studies, School of International Studies, JNU

Intern’s Corner : Nidhi Jain

Final year Political Science Major pursuing Bachelor of Arts (Honr’s) Degree from Indraprastha College for Women, Delhi University

Ruchika Mathur

Doing Masters in Politics with specialization in International Relations from JNU,New Delhi

Parthu Venkatesh P

B.COM (Programme) ; pursuing a Post Graduate Diploma Course in International Law & Diplomacy at The Indian Society Of International Law

FPRC JOURNAL No. 28

Focus : India–Maldives Relations

Articles: 1. Dr. Manas Chakrabarty

Professor of Political Science
University of North Bengal,Darjeeling. W.B. India

2. Balaji Chandramohan

Visiting Fellow with Future Directions International,Perth

3.Ruchita Chakraborty

Assistant Professor, School of Law,
AURO University, Surat, Gujarat, India

4. Asma Masood

Research Officer at the Chennai Centre for China Studies (C3S)

Foreign Policy/ IR (Generalia): Parvaiz Ahmad Thoker

Ph. D Research Scholar,
Centre for South and Central Asian Studies, School of Global Relations, Central University of Punjab, Bathinda &

Hilal Ramzan

Ph. D Research Scholar,
Centre for South and Central Asian Studies, School of Global Relations, Central University of Punjab, Bathinda

PUJA BANSAL

Research Scholar,
Department of Defence & Strategic Studies, Punjabi University, Patiala,India

Nishant Turan

Research Scholar

Panjab University, Chandigarh,India

Intern’s Corner : Nidhi Jain

Final year Political Science Major pursuing Bachelor of Arts (Honr’s) Degree from Indraprastha College for Women, Delhi University

Swaptik Chowdhury

B. Tech; Graduate Student, School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering,Arizona State University,Tempe, AZ 85287

Parthu Venkatesh P

B.COM (Programme) ; pursuing a Post Graduate Diploma Course in International Law & Diplomacy at The Indian Society Of International Law

FPRC JOURNAL No. 27

Focus : India–Vietnam Relations

Articles : 1.HE Mr. Ton Sinh Thanh,

Vietnam’s Ambassador to India

2.Vannarith Chheang

Co-Founder and Chairman,Institute for Strategic Studies; Asia Program Consultant for Southeast at the Nippon Foundation.

3.Dang Cam Tu, Ph.D.

Director, Center for Major Countries StudiesInstitute for Foreign Policy and Strategic Studies, Diplomatic Academy of Vietnam

4. Dr. Manas Chakrabarty

Emeritus Professor (UGC) Department of Political Science University of North Bengal, Darjeeling. W.B. India

5. Dr. Nguyen Ngoc Quynh & Dr. Le Thi Hang Nga

Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences, Hanoi, Vietnam

6. Balaji Chandramohan

Visiting Fellow with Future Directions International, Perth

7. Dr. Nathan (EswaranathanEhambaranathan)

co-chair for NZIIA (Palmerston North Branch), New Zealand &

Ms. ShagesheelaMurugasu

teaching at UCOL, New Zealand

8.Bawa Singh

Ph.D. Assistant Professor,Centre for South and Central Asian Studies School of Global Relations Central University of Punjab,Bathinda (Pb.)-INDIA

9. Dushyant Gaur

Asst. Professor Department of Political Science Dronacharya Govt. College, GURGAON,India

Foreign Policy IR (Generalia) 1.Prof. J E SPENCE OBE FKC

Department of War Studies, King's College London

2. Dr. Manoj Kumar Mishra,

Programme Coordinator, Department of International Studies, Ravenshaw University, Odisha, India

3. Balwinder Singh & Gaganpal Singh Research Scholars,

Department of Political Science, Punjabi University,Patiala,India

FPRC JOURNAL No. 26

Focus : India-South Korea Relations

ARTICLES : 1.Dr. Manas Chakrabarty

Professor of Political Science
University of North Bengal, Darjeeling. W.B., INDIA

2.Krishanthi D. Wimalasiri

Lecturer
Department of International Relations
University of Colombo

3.Balaji Chandramohan

Visiting Fellow with Future Directions International, Perth

4.Dr. Jojin V. John

Post-Doctoral Fellow
Centre for East Asian Studies
Jawaharlal Nehru University New Delhi

5.Dr. Mohammad Samir Hussain

Project Director
Department of Defence Studies, Meerut College,Meerut. &

Dr. Sanjay Kumar

Associate Professor
Department of Defence Studies
Meerut College,Meerut

Foreign Policy/ IR (Generalia): 1.Dr. Pranamita Baruah

currently a Visiting Fellow at the Sigur Center for Asia Studies, George Washington University, Washington D.C

2.Ayush Tiwari Intern,FPRC

FPRC Journal No. 25

Focus: India-Canada Relations RESPONSES: Christopher J. Kukucha

Professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of Lethbridge.

ARTICLES : 1.Prof. Serge Granger

University de Sherbrooke

2. Dr. Manas Chakrabarty

Professor of Political Science
University of North Bengal, Darjeeling. W.B., INDIA

3. Balaji Chandramohan

Visiting Fellow with Future Directions International, Perth

Foreign Policy/ IR (Generalia): 1. Dr. Manoj Kumar Mishra

Programme Coordinator,
Department of International Studies, Ravenshaw University, ODISHA,India

2. Dr.Nadia Helmy Moussa El Shafey

Visiting senior researcher,
Center for Middle Eastern Studies (CMES)/ Lund University- Lund/ Sweden.
Lecturer of Political Science, School of Economic Studies and Political
Science,Beni Suef University, Egypt

FPRC JOURNAL -No.24

Focus : India-South Africa Relations

RESPONSES : 1. Dr.Aparajita Biswas

Professor, Centre for African Studies,
University of Mumbai, Kalina Campus, Mumbai, India.

2. Dr. MEENAKSHI RAY GHOSH

PhD. Centre for African Studies, University of Mumbai

ARTICLES : 1. Prof. Ian Taylor

Professor in International Relations and African Politics at St Andrews
and also Chair Professor in the School of International Studies, Renmin University of China

2. Dr. Manas Chakrabarty

Professor of Political Science
University of North Bengal,Darjeeling. W.B. INDIA.

3. Philipp Gieg

Institute for Political Science and Sociology
University of Wuerzburg, Germany

4. Balaji Chandramohan

Visiting Fellow with Future Directions International,Perth

5. Frangton Chiyemura

Centre for Indian Studies in Africa (CISA) Associate,
University of the Witwatersrand

Foreign Policy/ IR (Generalia): Amb. (Retd.) Preet Malik Prof. Georgia Giannakarou

Professor of English at Katerina Georgiou School of Foreign Languages, Greece

Intern’s Corner : Shriya Arora

M.A. International Studies (Sem. IV)
Christ University, Bangalore

Melisha Charles

SYMBIOSIS LAW SCHOOL, PUNE

Abhinand Siddharth

BA ,LLB (Hons.)

Utkrishat Vashisht

Bachelor of Management Studies (2013- 2016)
University of Delhi, College of Vocational Studies

FPRC JOURNAL -No.23

Focus : India-New Zealand Relations RESPONSES 1. Dr. John Stephen Hoadley

Associate Professor of Politics and International Relations,University of Auckland

2. Paul Sinclair

Regional Security Fellow at the Centre for Strategic Studies at Victoria University ,Wellington, served New Zealand Ministry of Defence

3. Dr. Robert Ayson

Professor of Strategic Studies ,at Victoria University of Wellington

4. Dr. Mark G. Rolls

Director, International Relations & Security Studies Programme,
University of Waikato, and Senior Fellow, Centre for Strategic Studies, New Zealand

5. Professor Robert Patman

HOD of Politics at the University of Otago

6. Conor Cronin

Research associate with the Sumitro Chair for Southeast Asia Studies at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, Washington

ARTICLES 1. Dr. Mark G. Rolls 2. Dr.Tim Beal

Now retired, but formerly Foundation Director, Centre for Asia/Pacific Law and Business (CAPLAB) Victoria University of Wellington &

Dr.Kala S. Retna

Senior Lecturer at the School of Management Victoria University of Wellington (New Zealand)

3.Dr. Manas Chakrabarty

Professor of Political Science
University of North Bengal,Darjeeling. W.B. INDIA

4. Balaji Chandramohan

Visiting Fellow with Future Directions International

5.Dr. Sayeeda Bano

Department of Economics,Waikato Management School
The University of Waikato,Hamilton,New Zealand &Co-author

Dr. Frank Scrimgeour

Department of Economics,Waikato Management School
The University of Waikato,Hamilton,New Zealand

6.Dr. Nathan(Eswaranathan Ehambaranathan)

Lecturer (International Relations & Business),IPU, New Zealand, currently, the co-chair for NZIIA (Palmerston North Branch), New Zealand &

Dr.Supaporn Chalapati

Assistant Professor ,Department of International Business Administration at I-Shou University in Taiwan &

Ms. ShagesheelaMurugasu

Lecturer (Business) IPU, New Zealand

7.Dr Pushpa Bhardwaj-Wood

Director of Westpac Massey Fin-Ed Centre in New Zealand, Founding memberof the Wellington Interfaith Council, Current Chair of the GOPIO Wellington Chapter

8.David Scott

Analyst-Consultant

9. Cleo Paskal

Associate Fellow, Chatham House, London; Visiting Trudeau Fellow, at the Université de Montreal’s Center for International Studies, Canada; Adjunct Faculty, Manipal University, India.

FPRC Journal –No.22

Focus :India and East Asia

Articles 1. Prof. JIA Haitao

Professor and Director of the Institute for Chindian Studies,
Jinan University, Guangzhou, China

2. Dr. Wang Weihua

Assistant Director of Institute for Foreign Policy Studies
and Research Fellow of Center for Asia-Pacific Studies, Shanghai Institutes for International Studies

3.Dr. Manas Chakrabarty

Professor of Political Science
University of North Bengal,Darjeeling. W.B. INDIA
4. Dr. Makoto KOJIMA,Ph.D.

Professor, Takushoku University,Tokyo, Japan

5. Chietigj Bajpaee

Doctoral candidate at King’s College London,Formerly worked at CSIS, Washington;
Control Risks and IHS Global Insight; Visiting Fellow at IDSA.New Delhi and VIF, New Delhi

6. Balaji Chandramohan,

Visiting Fellow at Future Directions International,
Editor, World Security Network for Asia

7. Sourabh Gupta

Senior Research Associate
at Samuels International Associates, Inc. (SIA) Washington, D.C.

8. Dr. Yoichiro Sato

Professor, Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University,Japan

9. Aditi Malhotra,

PhD Candidate, Graduate School of Politics,University of Münster, Germany

10.AMRITA JASH

Editor-in Chief at IndraStra- New York

11.Pravda Parakkal

Analyst with the Jane’s Terrorism and Insurgency Center

12. Ipshita Bhattacharya

Faculty, Career College Bhopal, India

FPRC Journal –No.21

Focus :India’s neighbourhood policy-post 2014
RESPONSES : (1) Madhukar SJB Rana,

Professor South Asian Institute of Management and Former Finance Minister(2005)
Former Executive Director, Centre For Economic Development and Administration, Tribhubhan University

(2) Dr.Daniel S. Markey

Senior research professor at Johns Hopkins University’s School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS). Academic director for the SAIS Master of Arts in Global Policy Program and an adjunct senior fellow for India, Pakistan, and South Asia at the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR).

(3)Michael Kugelman

Senior Associate for South and Southeast Asia Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars One Woodrow Wilson Plaza,1300 Pennsylvania Ave, NW Washington, DC

(4) Nilanthi Samaranayake

Strategic Studies Analyst at CNA Corporation, Arlington, VA, USA

(5) N. Sathiyamoorthy

Director - Chennai Chapter,Observer Research Foundation Journalist and Political Analyst

(6) Zafar Sobhan

Editor, Dhaka Tribune

(7) Rajeev Sharma

Strategic Affairs Analyst at New Delhi

(8)Shahmahmood Miakhel

Country Director, Afghanistan
United States Institute of Peace (USIP),Kabul

(9) Chris Ogden

Lecturer in International Relations (Asian Security)
School of International Relations, University of St Andrews, KY16 9AX, UK

Articles : 1.Dr. Manas Chakrabarty

Professor of Political Science,University of North Bengal,

& Sumita Saha

Project Fellow (UGC), Department of Political Science University of North Bengal. Darjeeling. W.B

2.David Scott

has been a lecturer at Brunel University from 1992-2015

3. Balaji Chandramohan

Visiting Fellow with Future Directions International, a policy think tank based in Perth

4. Rajeev Ranjan Chaturvedy

Research Associate
Institute of South Asian Studies(ISAS),National University of Singapore

5.Shabbir H. Kazmi

Economic/ geopolitical analyst, Pakistan

6.Dr Salvin Paul

Faculty of Peace and Conflict Studies and Management in Sikkim University

& Nitya Iyer

Executive Officer with Learning Resource Centre, a collaborative Project of Govt. of India with UNDP, India in New Delhi

7.Dr.Arunoday Bajpai

Associate Professor and Head,Department of Political Science,
Agra College Agra

8.Amrita Jash

Doctoral Candidate at the Centre for East Asian Studies (Chinese Division), School of International Studies,
Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi

Foreign Policy (Generalia) : 1.SATHEESAN KUMARASAMY

Publisher & Editor-In-Chief of the journal, Voice of Voiceless
Founder-Chairman & CEO of SARCO (South Asia Research and Charitable Organization
Member of the Law Society of Upper Canada

2. Ms. Saloni Salil

Geopolitics and Security Analyst.
Researcher with South Asia Desk at Wikistrat, US and is also a designated Visiting Fellow in the Indian Ocean Research Program at Future Directions International, Australia

3. Shahnawaz Ahmad Mantoo

PhD Student,Department of Political Science
University of Kashmir, Srinagar,190006,Jammu and Kashmir.India

4.Arjun Chawla

Studies at Ramjas College, Delhi University

FPRC Journal –No.20

Focus : SAARC


RESPONSES : (1) Amb.Kant K. Bhargava

Former Secretary General, South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (1989-1991)

(2) Amb.Nihal Rodrigo

former Sri Lanka Foreign Secretary;
Secretary General/ SAARC (1 Jan 1999 - 10 Jan 2002)

(3)Dr Smruti S Pattanaik

Research Fellow,IDSA,New Delhi

(4) Bipul Chatterjee

Deputy Executive Director
CUTS International,Jaipur Rajasthan, India

Articles : (1) Dr. Dwarika N. Dhungel

Senior Researcher, Social Sciences and former Secretary, Ministry of Water Resources, Government of Nepal and former Executive Director, Institute for Integrated Development Studies (IIDS), Kathmandu

(2)Dr. Tarique Niazi

University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire

(3) Dr Zahid Shahab Ahmed

Assistant Professor, Centre for International Peace & Stability (CIPS), National University of Sciences & Technology (NUST), Islamabad

(4) Dr. Manas Chakrabarty

Professor of Political Science
University of North Bengal, Darjeeling. W.B. INDIA

(5)Dr .Muhammad Ali

University of Karachi

(6)Dr.Bawa Singh & MohamadArif Mir

Centre for South and Central Asian Studies, School of Global Relations, Central University of Punjab,Bathinda, India

(7)Anu Kris hnan

An independent researcher ; formerly associated with the Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies, New Delhi

(8) Joy Mitra

MA in diplomacy student, Jindal School of International Affairs; previously Research Intern at Institute of Chinese Studies

Book Review :


By Stuti Bhatnagar

Doctoral Candidate – University of Adelaide, Australia

FPRC Journal –No.19

Focus : India-Nepal Relations


RESPONSES : Prof. Madhukar S.J.B. Rana Former Finance Minister of Nepal Amb. Dr. Mohan P. Lohani

Former Ambassador of Nepal

Dr. Rishi Raj Adhikari

Executive Director, Institute of Foreign Affairs (IFA),Kathmandu

Bhojraj Pokharel

Former Chief Election Commissioner of Nepal Election and public policy expert

ARTICLES : Gopal Thapa

Former Chief of Protocol, (Joint-Secretary), Ministry of Foreign Affairs, NEPAL

Sanjay Upadhya Senior journalist ,USA Brig Gen (Retd) Umesh K. Bhattarai, PhD

Presently Guest Scholar at Boudha Multiple Campus affiliated to Lumbini Buddhist University, Nepal.

Lt. Col. Nepal Army (Retd.) EK Bahadur K.C.

Conflict, Peace, Security, and Social Security Researcher and Analyst

Paras Kharel

Doctoral Candidate, University of Melbourne,Australia

Hari Bansh Jha

Exe. Dir. Centre for Economic and Technical Studies,Kathamndu Nepal

Dr.Dwarika Nath Dhungel

former Secretary of the Government of Nepal and a senior researcher

Er.Santa Bahadur Pun

Former OSD at the Ministry of Water Resources/Nepal Government

Dr. Manas Chakrabarty

Prof. of Political Science,Universityof North Bengal Darjeeling.W.B.India

Dr. Upendra Gautam

A free lance writer/ founding member of Jalshrot Vikas Sanstha (Nepal)

Dr. Anjan Shakya (Ph.D.)

Chairperson,International Concern Center,Kathmandu

Prof. Rajendra Prasad,

Department of Defence and Strategic Studies,DDU Gorakhpur,India

Dr Monika Mandal

Fellow,Maulana Abul Kalam Azad Institute of Asian Studies,KOLKATA

Dr. Bawa Singh

Centre for South and Central Asian Studies,School of Global Relations.
Central University of Punjab,Bathinda, India

Rajib Timalsina

Lecturer,Department of Conflict, Peace and Development Studies and Masters in International Relations and Diplomacy, Tribhuvan University,Nepal

Jiwan Kshetry

Kathmandu-based blogger and freelance writer

Ms Chaarvi Modi

Studies at Dept.of International Relations,School of Liberal Studies, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Gandhinagar.,Gujarat, India

FPRC Journal –No.18

Focus : India-Sri Lanka Relations


RESPONSES : (1) Amb.NIHAL RODRIGO ( retired)

was also Honorary Adviser (Foreign Relations) to the Sri Lanka President

(2)Col R Hariharan,VSM (Retd.)

associated with the Chennai Centre for China Studies and the South Asia Analysis Group

(3)Dr. S. Kalyanaraman,

Research Fellow Institute for DefenceStudies & Analyses, New Delhi

(4)Dr. Sandra Destradi

GIGA German Institute of Global and Area Studies


ARTICLES : 1.Professor Ramesh Thakur

Director of the Centre for Nuclear Non-Proliferation and Disarmament, Crawford School of Public Policy, The Australian National University; former Assistant Secretary-General of the United Nations, 1998–2007

2.Dr. John Gooneratne

Sri Lanka Foreign Service officer 1961-1993; Associate Director at the Regional Centre for Strategic Studies (RCSS), Colombo (1993-1999)

3.Dr. Manas Chakrabarty

Prof. of Pol.Science,University of North Bengal,Darjeeling.India

4.Ron Ridenour

A solidarity/revolutionary activist and writer/editor

5,Dr. Ameer Ali

Senior academic at School of Management and Governance, Murdoch University,Western Australia

6.Dr.Adluri Subramanyam Raju

Associate Professor in the Centre for South Asian Studies, Pondicherry University, Pondicherry,India

7.Dr.M. Mayilvaganan

Assistant Professor, National Institute of Advanced Studies (NIAS) Indian Institute of Science (IISc) Campus Bangalore, India

8.Dr Gurnam Chand

Head Dept. of Political Science, M. R. Govt. College, Fazilka,India

9.Krishanthi Dilrukshi Wimalasiri

Lecturer ,Department of International Relations University of Colombo,Sri Lanka

10.Salma Yusuf

Visiting Lecturer, Masters in Human Rights, University of Colombo and University of Sydney

FPRC Journal –No.17

Focus : India and ASEAN


RESPONSES : (1) Dr.Satu P. Limaye

Director of the East-West Center in Washington

(2) Dr.Deepa M. Ollapally

Research Professor of International Affairs and the Associate Director
of the Sigur Center for Asian Studies at the Elliott School of International Affairs, George Washington University.

(3)Dr. Zhou Shixin

Institute for Foreign Policy Studies, Center of Asia-Pacific Studies
Shanghai Institutes for International Studies,Shanghai,P.R. China

(4) Swarup Roy

Founder & Chairman
ASEANAFFAIRS : The Voice of SE Asia ; ASEANAFFAIRS Business Council : The C.I.A.Bangkok, Thailand

ARTICLES :

(1)Dr. Stephen Blank

Senior Fellow American Foreign Policy Council

(2)Prof. A. Lakshmana Chetty

Former Director ,Centre for Southeast Asian & Pacific Studies, Sri Venkateswara University, Tirupati,India

(3)Dr. Gautam Murthy

Professor of Economics at the Centre for Indian Ocean Studies, Osmania University, Hyderabad, India.

(4) Dr Monika Mandal

Fellow,MaulanaAbulKalam Azad Institute of Asian studies,Kolkata

(5) Dr. Sudheer Singh

University of Delhi

(6) Dr Bawa Singh

Assistant Professor, Centre for South and Central Asian Studies School of Global Relations
Central University of Punjab,Bathinda (Pb.)-INDIA

(7) Saloni Salil

Geopolitics and Security Analyst, currently a Visiting Fellow in the Indian Ocean Research Program at Future Directions International, Australia

Special Articles :

(8) Syed Ali Mujtaba, PhD

a senior journalist in Chennai, India ;Jefferson Fellow of the East West Center Hawaii

(9) Shahnawaz Ahmad Mantoo

Research Scholar,University of Kashmir, Srinagar,India

FPRC Journal –No.16

Focus : India- Bangladesh Relations


RESPONSES : (1) Prof. Sugata Bose

Gardiner Professor of History at Harvard University

(2) Prof. Jayanta Kumar Ray

Maulana Azad Fellow,
Maulana Abul Kalam Azad Institute of Asian Studies, Kolkata
(Ministry of Culture, Government of India): from October 2011

(3) Dr. M. Emdadul Haq

Professor in the Department of General & Continuing Education (GCE) at North South University (NSU)

(4) Dr. Ali Riaz

Public Policy Scholar, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Washington D.C. and Professor Politics and Government, Illinois State University, Normal, IL, USA.

(5) Dr. Sinha M. A. Sayeed

Chairman, Leadership Studies Foundation, LSF
Member, International Political Science Association, IPSA

(6)Nilanthi Samaranayake

Strategic Studies Analyst at CNA, Alexandria, VA, USA


ARTICLES : (1) Amb. Harun ur Rashid

Former Ambassador of Bangladesh,Dhaka

(2) Dr. Ahrar Ahmad

Black Hills State University Spearfish, South Dakota, US

(3) Dr. Kasturi Bhadra Roy

associated with the Centre for Research in Indo-Bangladesh

& Dr. Sabari Bandyopadhyay

Assistant Professor (Economics)
National University of Study and Research in Law

& Dr. DebeshChakraborty

former Professor of Economics, Jadavpur University, Calcutta

(4) Jayanta Sarkar Senior Journalist (5) BHASKAR ROY

Former consultant (political/strategic) NTRO, Govt. of India

(6) Haroon Habib

Journalist and author A guerrilla fighter in the Bangladesh Liberation War ( 1971)

(7) Md. Abul Basher, PhD

Bangladesh Institute of Development Studies (BIDS)

(8) Major General (R) P K Chakravorty (9) Dr. Akmal Hussain

Prof. of International Relations, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh

(10) Dr Taj Hashmi

Professor of security studies at Austin Peay State University in Tennessee, US

(11) Dr Anil Kumar Mohapatra

Assistant Professor of Political Science,
Utkal University, Bhubaneswar,India

(12) Dr.Chandrima Sikdar

Associate Professor, School of Business Management
Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies, Mumbai, India

(13) Dr. S. Binodkumar Singh

Research Associate,
Institute for Conflict Management, New Delhi

(14) Dr. Amit Ranjan

Research Fellow, Indian Council of World Affairs, New Delhi

(15) Saloni Salil

Visiting Fellow in the Indian Ocean Research Program at Future Directions International, Australia

(16) Suvolaxmi Dutta Choudhury

Studies International Politics at JNU ,New Delhi

FPRC Journal –No.15

Focus : India- Myanmar Relations


RESPONSES :

(1) Amb. PREET MALIK

Ambassador to Myanmar. 1990-92

(2) Dr Arvind Gupta,

Director General ,Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses, New Delhi

(3) Dr. Renaud EGRETEAU

Research Assistant Professor
Hong Kong Institute for the Humanities and Social Sciences (inc. Centre of Asian Studies) The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR

(4) Dr. Bibhu Prasad Routray

Singapore based security Analyst/ consultant.
Former Deputy Director in India's National Security Council Secretariat, New Delhi

(5) Sreeradha Datta (PhD)

Director,Maulana Abul Kalam Azad Institute of Asian Studies (MAKAIAS),KOLKATA , India

(6) Bertil Lintner

Swedish Journalist, Writer ,Expertise on Burmese issues

(7) Ms. Moe Thuzar

ISEAS Fellow
and lead researcher for socio-cultural affairs at the ASEAN Studies Centre (ASC) at ISEAS

Articles ; (1) Hon'ble Amb. (R) Trevor Wilson

Visiting Fellow, Dept. of Political & Social Change, ANU College of Asia & the Pacific

(2) Prof. Kanbawza Win

formerly, the Foreign Affairs Secretary to the Prime Minister of Burma

(3) Shri P.M. Heblikar

Managing Trustee, Institute of Contemporary Studies Bangalore (ICSB)

(4) Dr. Rajaram Panda

Visiting Faculty at the Centre for Japanese, Korean and Northeast Asian Studies, School of Language, Literature & Culture Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University and Visiting Fellow at the Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies, New Delhi

(5) Dr. Alistair D. B. Cook

Visiting Research Fellow at the East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore

(6) Col. VIRENDRA SAHAI VERMA

Honorary Fellow , Institute of Chinese Studies Delhi

(7) Dr. Swapna Bhattacharya (Chakraborti)

Professor & former Head , Dept. of South & Southeast Asian Studies, University of Calcutta

(8) Col R Hariharan

Chennai Centre for China Studies and the South Asia Analysis Group

(9) Syed Ali Mujtaba ,Ph.D,

Senior journalist based in Chennai,India

(10) Prof.E.Bijoykumar Singh

Economics Department ,Manipur University

(11) C. S. Kuppuswamy

Consultant with the South Asia analysis Group (SAAG) a retired officer of the Indian Army and former Director of the Cabinet Secretariat

(12) Dr. Santishree Dhulipudi Pandit

Prof.Dept.of Politics and Public Administration
University of Pune,India &

Dr. RIMLI BASU

Research fellow,Dept. of Politics and Public Administration,University of Pune

(13) Dr. (Mrs) Munmun Majumdar

Associate Prof.
Dept of Political Science ,North-Eastern Hill University, Shillong, Meghalaya,India

(14) Dr.Rakhee Bhattacharya

Fellow at Rajiv Gandhi Institute for Contemporary Studies, New Delhi

(15) Varigonda Kesava Chandra

Research Associate, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore

(16) Lindsay Hughes

Research Analyst at Future Directions International , Perth, Australia

(17) Monish Tourangbam

Associate Fellow, Observer Research Foundation, New Delhi

(18) Hu Xiaowen

PhD Candidate of Centre for East Asian Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University; Research assistant of Yunnan Academy of Social Sciences

(19) Dr. Rahul Mishra

Researcher , Institute for Defence Studies & Analyses, New Delhi

FPRC Journal –No.14

Focus : Indian Ocean : A New Vision


RESPONSES : (1) Admiral Arun Prakash, Indian Navy (Retd) (2) Vice Admiral (Retd) M.K. Roy PVSM, AVSM (3) Vice Admiral Harinder Singh PVSM, AVSM ( Retd) (4) Vice Admiral (Retired) Arun Kumar Singh (5) Dr. Toshi Yoshihara

John A. van Beuren Chair of Asia-Pacific Studies Professor of Strategy,Strategy and Policy Department &an affiliate member of the China Maritime Studies Institute,U.S. Naval War College

(6) Dr.Timothy D. Hoyt

Professor of Strategy and Policy and John Nicholas Brown Chair of Counterterrorism Studies, US Naval War College

(7) Dr. David Brewster

Visiting Fellow, Strategic & Defence Studies Centre, School of International, Political & Strategic Studies, Australian National University

(8) Dr Peter Lehr

Lecturer in Terrorism StudiesCSTPV, School of International Relations, University of St. Andrews. Visiting Lecturer at the South Asia Institute, University of Heidelberg, Germany

(9) Leighton G. Luke

Manager of the Indian Ocean Research Programme at Future Directions International, Perth, Western Australia

Articles : (1) Lee Cordner AM

Indo-Pacific Governance Research Centre (IPGRC)School of History & PoliticsThe University of Adelaide, Australia

(2) Francis A. Kornegay, Jr

Senior Fellow on emerging powers at the Institute of Global Dialogue in South Africa

(3) Dr. Priya Chacko

Lecturer in International Politics at the University of Adelaide

(4) Commodore R SeshadriVasan (Indian Navy(Retd)

Head, Strategy and Security Studies,Centre for Asia Studies, India, Director, Asian Secretariat World Boderpol

(5) Dr. Christian Bouchard

Full Professor, Department of Environmental Studies, Laurentian University

(6) Dr. William W. Crumplin

Associate Professor, Department of Environmental Studies, Laurentian University

(7) Abhijit Singh

Senior Research Fellow , National Maritime Foundation (NMF), New Delhi

(8) Dr. Amita Agarwal

Senior Fellow of the ICSSR, New Delhi

(9) Prof. Paul Musili Wambua

University Of Nairobi School of Law

(10) Summar Rao

Editor of Weekly Pulse

(11) Sayoni Choudhuri

Assistant Professor, Loreto College, Kolkata

(12) Saloni Salil

Visiting Fellow ,Indian Ocean Research Program at Future Directions International, Australia

(13) Maria Ayub

Researcher, Fatima Jinnah Women University Rawalpindi Pakistan

FPRC Journal –No.13

Focus : India –European Union Relations


RESPONSES ; Amb. Rajendra. M. Abhyankar

India’s Former Ambassador to the European Union
& Secretary,Ministry of Externational Affairs, New Delhi

Amb. A.N.RAM

India’s Former Ambassador to the European Union
& Secretary,Ministry of Externational Affairs, New Delhi

Dr. Aleksandra Jarczewska

Institute of International Relations, University of Warsaw, Poland

Dr.Kurt Hübner

Professor, Jean Monnet Chair for European Integration And Global Political Economy, director Institute For European Studies at the University of British ColumbiaVancouver, Canada

Dr. Benjamin Kienzle

Marie Curie Fellow, Centre for Science and Security StudiesDepartment of War StudiesKing's College London

Jonas Parello-Plesner

Senior Policy FellowEuropean Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR)

Prof.Jürgen Rüland

Chair in Political Science , University of Freiburg, Germany


ARTICLES : H.E. João Cravinho

Ambassador of the European Union to India, New Delhi

Dr.Bodo Herzog

Professor of Economics at ESB Business School, Reutlingen UniversityDirector at Institute of Finance and Economics, ESB Business SchoolResearch Professor at RRI – Reutlingen Research Institute

Shada Islam

Head of Policy, Friends of Europe

Lizza Bomassi

Deputy Director, Carnegie Europe

Prof.Chris Dixon

Professor of International Development, Head of the Asia Programme and Deputy Director at the Global Policy Institute, London

Dr Malgorzata Bonikowska

President of the India-EU Council

Dr.Bhaswati Sarkar

Centre for European Studies,School of International Studies Jawaharlal Nehru University,New Delhi

Prof. Stephan Keukeleire

Jean Monnet Professor in European Foreign Policy at the Institute for International and European Policy of the University of Leuven (Belgium) and Chairholder of the TOTAL Chair of EU Foreign Policy at the College of Europe (Bruges, Belgium)

Bas Hooijmaaijers

researcher at the Institute for International and European Policy as well as a teaching assistant at the Centre for European Studies of the University of Leuven (Belgium)

Jacqueline Hale

Senior Policy Analyst, Open Society European Policy Institute

Prof. Emeritus Hartmut Elsenhans

Leipzig University, Germany

Dr Sumit Roy

Visiting Senior Research Fellow at the School of International Relations and Strategic Studies, Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India

Anirudh Shingal

Senior Research Fellow, at the World Trade Institute (WTI), University of Bern

Suvi Dogra

Research & Liaison Officer for the Geo-economics & Strategy Programme , International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS)

Natalie M. Hess

GIGA German Institute of Global and Area Studies and the University of Hamburg

Dr Neeta Inamdar

Head – Manipal Centre for European Studies,Manipal University,Manipal

Dr. Siegfried O. Wolf

Director of Research at SADF, Lecturer in International Relations and Comparative Politics, SAI,Heidelberg University

Dr. Uli Brueckner

Jean Monnet Chair for European Studies, Stanford University Berlin Overseas Studies Center & Deepika Sundarraman

Undergraduate Researcher, The College of Wooster

Dr.Wilfried Swenden

Associate Professor in Politics and International Relations School of Social and Political Science, University of Edinburgh,Edinburgh,UK

Dr.Sebastian Zukowski

Faculty of Political Science and Journalism, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, Poland, Europe

Anke Brugmann

Head of Student Administration and Academic Student Support Services at the University of Marburg, Germany

Dr. Amit Das Gupta

Jacobs University Bremen

Dr. Dhananjay Tripathi

Assistant Professor, Department of International Relations, South Asian University, New Delhi

Prof. B. Krishnamurthy

Head ,Centre for European StudiesPondicherry University,PUDUCHERRY,India

Prof. Johannes Dragsbaek Schmidt

Aalborg University, Denmark

Dr.C. Sheela Reddy

Associate Professor in Indian Institute of Public Administration, New Delhi & Dr. P. Krishna Mohan Reddy

Assistant Professor Dept. of History, Sri Venkateswara University, Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh

Prof. Dr. Idesbald Goddeeris

Associate Professor of imperial and transnational history at the University of Leuven & Dr.Elwin Hofman

is teaching assistant at the same research unit, Modernity and Society 1800-2000, of the University of Leuven (Elwin has glasses) elwin.hofman@kuleuven.be

Dr. Jivanta Schottli

Lecturer in Comparative & International Politics, Heidelberg UniversitySouth Asia Institute, Deptof Political Science

Shubhada Kaul

Senior Lecturer in French, Centre for European and Latin American Studies, Faculty of Humanities & Languages, Jamia Millia Islamia University,New Delhi

Dr. Mohammad Samir Hussain

Research Associate, Yashwantrao Chavan National Center of International Security and Defence Analysis, University of Pune, India

Hannelore Roos

Research Scholar, Faculty of Social Sciences, KU Leuven (Belgium)

Vinayak Lashkar

Researcher at the Department of Sociology,University of Pune,India

Garima Mohan

Research fellow, Department of Political and Social Sciences ,'NFG Asian Perceptions of the EU', Free University of Berlin

Foreign Policy (Generalia) : Jainisha Chavda

School of Liberal Studies, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Gandhinagar, Gujarat, India

Adarsh Tripathi

National Law University Orissa Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University

FPRC Journal-No. 12

Focus : India –Japan Relations
Responses:

1. Amb. Hiroshi Hirabayashi,former Japanese Ambassador to India

and currently President, The Japan-India Association

2. Prof. K. V. Kesavan ,Distinguished Fellow ,ORF,New Delhi formerly at School of International Studies, (CEAS),Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi

3.Ian Hall , Senior Fellow and the Director of the Graduate Studies in International Affairs (GSIA) program in the Department of International Relations, College of Asia and the Pacific, Australian National University

& David Envall, Research Fellow in the Department of International Relations, College of Asia and the Pacific, Australian National University

4. Prof. Kaoru SUGIHARA,Center for Southeast Asian Studies(CSEAS), Kyoto University,Japan

5. Prof.G V C Naidu ,Centre for South, Central, Southeast Asian and Southwest Pacific Studies, School of International Studies,Jawaharlal Nehru University,New Delhi

6. Prof. Malcolm Cook,Dean, School of International Studies,Flinders University& Visiting Fellow, Lowy Institute, Sydney

7. Tetsuo Kotani ,Lecturer, Hosei University & Research Fellow, Japan Institute of International Affairs (JIIA),Chiyoda-ku,Tokyo

8.Dr Thomas Wilkins,Senior Lecturer,Centre for International Security Studies,University of Sydney,NSW Australia

Articles :

1.Prof. Michimi Muranushi, Gakushuin University, Tokyo,Japan

2.Lieutenant General Yamaguchi, JGSDF (Ret.) currently a professor of the National Defense Academy of Japan

3.Dr.Artyom LUKIN,Associate Professor and Deputy Director for Research at the School of Regional and International Studies, Far Eastern Federal University (Vladivostok, Russia)

4.Dr.DAVID ARASE, Professor of International Politics,The Johns Hopkins-Nanjing University Center for Chinese and American Studies,Nanjing, China

5. Dr.Gopalji Malviya,Dean,Centre for Defence Technology Studies, Hindustan University, Chennai;formerly Professor and Head of the Department of Defence and Strategic Studies at the University of Madras

6. Dr.Yoichiro Sato ,Professor and Director of International Strategic Studies, Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University,Japan

7. Dr.RabinderN. Malik,Visiting Lecturer, Keio University, Tokyo, Japan ; Senior Visiting Fellow/Coordinator, TERI-Japan ; Former Executive Officer, United Nations University, Japan

8.Dr.Makoto KOJIMA.Professor at Faculty of International Studies, Takushoku University, Tokyo

9.Dr. CHEN Youjun ,Shanghai Institutes for International Studies

10. Sourabh Gupta,Senior Research Associate,Samuels International Associates, Inc. (SIA), Washington, D.C

11.Yang Fang,Research Associate,Centre on Asia and Globalization (CAG) at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore

12.Sanjana Joshi, Senior Consultant with the Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations (ICRIER) New Delhi

&

Isha Dayal , Research Assistant with the Japan Project at ICRIER

13. Arpita Mathur has been Visiting Research Fellow with the South Asia division of the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies at the Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

14.Dr. Joshy M. Paul, Associate Fellow, National Maritime Foundation, New Delhi, India

15.Dr. Vikash Ranjan, Research Fellow, Indian Council of World Affairs,New Delhi

16. Mamta Sachan Kumar,Research Associate at the Institute of South Asian Studies (ISAS), National University of Singapore (NUS)

FPRC Journal-No. 11

Focus :India and Latin America


Responses: (1) Amb.Jorge Heine

Chile’s Ambassador to India (2003-2007)

(2) Dr.Mauricio Mesquita Moreira

Principal Economist,Trade and Integration Sector,Inter‐American Development Bank, (IDB)

(3) Dr. Matthew Ferchen
Resident Scholar,CARNEGIE-TSINGHUA CENTER FOR GLOBAL POLICY
(4) Dr. Sean Burges

ANU College of Arts and SocialSciences,The Australian National University,Canberra

(5) Sean Goforth

Coastal Carolina University in Conway, South Carolina


Articles;

1. Prof. Salvador Raza,, an expert in policy formulation and force design, serving as senior researcher and teacher of International Security Affairs at the U.S CHDS/NDU

2. Margaret Myers, Director of the China and Latin America program at the Inter-American Dialogue; former analyst for the US government

3.VARUNESH TULI, Founder of India-Latin America Political Forum, New Delhi

4. Dr. Edgard Leite Ferreira Neto ,Professor of History, Rio de Janeiro State University

5. Dr. Priti Singh, Assistant Professor, Centre for Canadian, US and Latin American Studies, School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University,New Delhi

6. Dr.Oliver Stuenkel, Assistant Professor of International Relations at Fundação Getulio Vargas (FGV) in São Paulo, Brazil ; Currently,VisitingProfessor JNU,New Delhi

7. Dr. Amâncio Jorge Silva Nunes de Oliveira, Professor of Political Science, University of São Paulo, Brazil & Dr.Janina Onuki, Professor of the Institute of International Relations of USP

8. Dr. Andrew F. Cooper ,Professor, Balsillie School of International Affairs, University of Waterloo and Distinguished Fellow, Centre for International Governance Innovation

& Ryan Hilimoniuk,Global Governance,Balsillie,School of International Affairs, University of Waterloo

9. Dr.Bernd Reiter, Associate Professor of Comparative Politics,University of South Florida, Tampa

10. Dr Sumati Varma, Associate Professor,Department of Commerce,Sri Aurobindo College (Evening) Delhi University

11. Hari Seshasayee, researcher in the Latin American Studies Programme, GATEWAY HOUSE: Indian Council on Global Relations,Mumbai, India

FPRC Journal-No. 10

Focus : India and Central Asia


RESPONSES ;

1. Amb.Baktybek Beshimov,

Ex-Ambassador of Kyrgyzstan to India, Bangladesh, Nepal and Sri Lanka

2 . Marlene Laruelle, Director, Central Asia Program, Research Professor of International Affairs,
The Institute for European, Russian and Eurasian Studies (IERES),
The Elliott School of International Affairs, George Washington University

3. Prof. Emeritus Joseph S. Nye, Jr, Harvard University Distinguished Service Professor
Member of the Board, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs

4. Joshua Kucera

Freelance writer and journalistEurasiaNet, U.S. News and World Report and Slate

5. Dr.Mushtaq Ahmad Kaw

Director, Area Study Centre, Centre of Central Asian Studies,University of Kashmir, Srinagar-, J&K, India

6. Fyodor Lukyanov

Editor-in –chief, Russia in Global Affairs

7. Prajakti Kalra

Cambridge Central Asia Forum and Programme Managerof Cambridge Kazakhstan Centre

8. Nathan Hamm

Founding Editor, Registan.net

9. Dr. Richard Rousseau

Chairman of the Department of Political Science and International Relationsat Khazar University in Baku, Azerbaijan

10 . Christopher Schwartz

Editor-in-Chief,NewEurasia (neweurasia.net)


ARTICLES:

1. Professor Alexey Malashenko

SCHOLAR-IN-RESIDENCE,Religion, Society and Security Program The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, MOSCOW CENTER

2. Dr.Michael Clarke

Australian Research Council Research Fellow,Griffith Asia Institute,Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia

3. Dr.K. B. Usha

Centre for Russian and Central Asian Studies, School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University New Delhi,

4. Prof. Malik Augan

Department of International Relations and World Economy, Al-Farabi Kazakh National University

5. Dr.Bhaswati Sarkar

Centre for European Studies, School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University , New Delhi

6. Dr. MA Bin, Center for Russia and Central Asia Studies,Fudan University, Shanghai, China

7. Dr. Simbal Khan Director,Afghanistan and Central Asia at the Institute of Strategic Studies,Islamabad, Pakistan

8. Dr.Suchandana Chatterjee Fellow, Maulana Abul Kalam Azad Institute of Asian Studies, Kolkata

9. Khalid Khan Editor,Pukhtoonistan GazettePeshawar-Pakistan

10. Dr. Abuzar Khairi Academy of International Studies,Jamia Millia Islamia,New Delhi

11. Dr. Anita Sengupta Fellow, Maulana Abul Kalam Azad Institute of Asian Studies,Kolkata

12. Dr Hashim Iqbal Malik Department of Education, Government of Jammu and Kashmir,Srinagar,India

13. Dr. Angira Sen Sarma Research Fellow,Indian Council of World Affairs (ICWA),New Delhi

14. ASMA SHAKIR KHAWAJA Assistant Professor,(Department of Peace and Conflict Studies), Faculty of Contemporary Studies,National Defence University,Islamabad, Pakistan

15. Dr.Sreemati Ganguli Fellow,Centre for the Study of China and Its Neighbourhood, Department of History, University of Calcutta

16. Caitlin Alyce Buckley Hudson Institute,Washington,DC

17. Dr.Yelena I. Rudenko, Research Fellow,Central and South Asian Department, R.B. Suleimenov Institute of Oriental Studies (Almaty) at the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan

18. Dr. Mohammad Samir Hussain Research Associate, Yashwantrao Chavan National Centre of International Security and Defence Analysis (YC-NISDA), Pune,India

19. Vitaliy Shuptar,President,Avalon Historico-Geographical Society and Public Foundation,Karaganda, Kazakhstan

20. Dr.Lopamudra Bandyopadhyay,Fellow,Global India Foundation, Kolkata

21. Mehmet Ozkan,Lecturer in International Relations, International University of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

22. Dr. Gatikrushna Mahanta,Research Associate, Central Asian Studies Programme ,MMAJ-Academy of International Studies, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi

FPRC Journal -No.9

Focus :India and South Asia


RESPONSES:

1. Dr.Iftekhar Ahmed Chowdhury,Former Foreign Advisor (Foreign Minister) of Bangladesh, Currently,Sr. Research Fellow, ISAS, National University of Singapore, Singapore

2. Ambassador Deb Mukharji,New Delhi

3. Prof.Indra Nath Mukherji ,Jawaharlal Nehru University,New Delhi

4. Prof.John Wood, , NATIONAL DEFENSE UNIVERSITY, WASHINGTON

5.Prof. Ishtiaq Ahmad, University of Oxford

6. Dr Kripa Sridharan , Head of Research-Asia,World-Check

Special Comment on :

Bonn’s Second Afghanistan Conference December 5th 2011 by Prof.Siegfried Wolf, South Asia Institute, University of Heidelberg


ARTICLES:

1. Amb. Shamshad Ahmed,Former Foreign Secretary of Pakistan

2. Amb.Kazi Anwarul Masud, Former Ambassador of Bangladesh

3. Amb.Touqir Hussain, Former Ambassador of Pakistan

4. Dirgha Raj Prasai,Former member of Parliament ; Political Analyst,Nepal

5. Prof.Ishtiaq Ahmed, Professor Emeritus of Political Science, Stockholm University

6. Prof. A. Lakshmana Chetty,Centre for Southeast Asian & Pacific Studies,Sri Venkateswara University, Tirupati

7. Prof.Moonis Ahmar, Dept. of International Relations ,University of Karachi, Karachi

8. Dr Sheo Nandan Pandey, Expert in area studies,in particular Hanxue (Sinology)

9. Dr.Abanti Bhattacharya,Dept. of East Asian Studies,Delhi University

10. Sathiya Moorthy-Observer Research Foundation,Chennai

11. Prof.Siegfried Wolf, South Asia Institute, University of Heidelberg

12. Dr. Kamal Kinger , Head, Dept. of Defence and Strategic Studies, Punjabi University, Patiala

13. Tridivesh Singh Maini, Associate Fellow, Observer Research Foundation, New Delhi

14. Dr. Monika Mandal,Fellow,MAKAIAS, Kolkata

15. Satheesan Kumaaran , Editor-in-chief, Voice of Voiceless

16. Dr Sanjeev Bhadauria,Associate Prof,Dept. of Defence & Strategic Studies,University of Allahabad,Allahabad

17. Marian Gallenkamp, Senior researcher, South Asia Institute, University of Heidelberg ;

18. Dr. Sanjeev Kumar H.M. ,Asst. Prof.,Dept. of International Relations,South Asian University,New Delhi

19. Dr.Joyeeta Bhattacharjee, Associate Fellow,Observer Research Foundation,New Delhi

20. Balaji Chandramohan,Editor ,Asia for World Security Network

21. Ravi Sundaralingam, Academic Secretary ASATiC (Academy of Science and Arts for the Tamil Communities in Ceylon)

22. Ullas Sharma,former columnist , yellowtimws.org

23. Dr. Maneesha S. Wanasinghe – Pasqual,Department of International Relations,University of Colombo

PRC Journal -No.8

Focus-India’s Look East Policy


RESPONSES:

A.P. Venkateswaran,Former Foreign Secretary of India
C.V. Ranganathan,Former Ambassador of India
Ranjit Gupta,Former Ambassador of India
Rajiv Bhatia,Former Ambassador of India
Dr.Damodar R. Sardesai,Emeritus Professor of History,University of California
Vice Admiral Pradeep Kaushiva UYSM, VSM (retd),Director,NMF,New Delhi
Walter C. Ladwig III,Merton College , Oxford and an affiliate of the Corbett Centre for Maritime Policy Studies at Kings College London


ARTICLES:

1.Dr Alexander (‘Sandy’) Gordon, Australian National University, Canberra
2.Dr.Pavin Chachavalpongpun,Fellow, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore
3.Dr. Alka Acharya,Centre for East Asian Studies, School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University. New Delhi
4.Dr.Mohammed Badrul Alam,Professor, Dept. of Political Science,Jamia Millia Islamia University,New Delhi
5.Dr. Joefe B. Santarita,Assistant Professor,Asian Center, University of the Philippines,Diliman, Quezon City, Philippines
6.Dr.Lipi Ghosh,Professor, Department of South & South East Asian Studies, University of Calcutta
7.Dr. P.V.Rao,Former ,Director, Centre for Indian Ocean Studies,Osmania University
8.Dr. K. RajaReddy,Former Director,Centre for Southeast Asian & Pacific Studies Sri Venkateswara University, Tirupati
9.GUO Suiyan, Deputy-Director General,Inst.for SouthAsianStudies,Yunnan Academy of Social Sciences,Kunming, China
10.Dr Munmun Majumdar,Associate Prof. of Pol.Sc.,North-Eastern Hill University, Shillong
11.Dr.Rakhee Bhattacharya,Fellow,Rajiv Gandhi Institute for Contemporary Studies,New Delhi
12.Dr. Rupakjyoti Borah, School of Liberal Studies, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Gandhinagar, Gujarat
13.Dr. Binoda Kumar Mishra,Fellow,Maulana Abul Kalam Azad Institute of Asian Studies,Kolkata
14.Dr Yadu Singh,President of Council of Indian Australian Inc, Sydney
15.Dr. K. Yhome ,Observer Research Foundation,New Delhi
16.Dr. S.UTHAM KUMAR ,Dept of Defence and Strategic Studies,University of Madras,Chennai ,India

FPRC Journal -No. 7

Focus : India -Afghanistan relations


RESPONSES :

1. Dr.Stanley A Wolpert , Prof. Emeritus ,History,University of California, Los Angeles
2. Dr. Amitai Etzioni, Director,Institute for Communitarian Policy Studies,The George Washington University, Washington,
3. Dr. Subroto Roy , Economist,Kolkata
4. Thomas Ruttig , Co-director, Afghanistan Analysts Network (AAN) Kabul and Berlin
5. Prof.Malcolm Chalmers, Research Director / Director, UK Defence Policy Studies
Royal United Services Institute for Defence and Security Studies,London
6. Abubakar Siddique, Senior Correspondent for RFE/RL's Central Newsroom
7. Dr. habil. Christian Wagner, SWP Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik Deutsches Institut für Internationale Politik und Sicherhei Leiter der Forschungsgruppe Asien/Head of Research Division Asia,Berlin


ARTICLES:

1.Dr. Robert Boggs , Prof. National Defense University ’s Near East South Asia Center for Strategic Studies ; former US diplomat
2. Dr.Walter K. Andersen : Director,South Asia Studies Program,SchoolInternational Studies/Johns Hopkins University,Washington D.C.;former chief of the U.S. State Department's South Asia Division in the Office of Analysis for the Near East and South Asia
3. Karamatullah K. Ghori : Former Pakistani Ambassador
4. Dr. P.M.Kamath : Formerly Prof. Emeritus Political Science,, Mumbai University
5. Mohammad Omar Sharifi : Director,American Institute for Afghanistan's Studies,Kabul
6. Dr. Mondira Dutta :Director,Central Asian Area Studies Programme,(CSCSEASWPS) School of International Studies,Jawaharlal Nehru University,New Delhi
7. Brig. (retd) Vinod Anand: Senior Fellow,Vivekananda International Foundation,New Delhi
8. Dr. Arpita Basu Roy : Fellow,Maulana Abul Kalam Azad Institute of Asian Studies,Kolkata
9. Farida Nekzad: Editor -in -Chief and Director, Wakht News Agency,KABUL
10. Masood Ur Rehman Khattak:Research Fellow, South Asian Strategic Stability Institute,Islamabad
11. Dr. Venkat Lokanathan:Dept.ofGeopolitics and International Relations, Manipal University,India
12. Prof.MA.AbdulMalek Halimi: Head,Dept.ofEconomics,National Center for Policy Research Partner Der Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung,Kabul University 13. Faheem Haider : Afghanistan Analyst, Foreign Policy Association 14. Avinash Paliwal : Observer Research Foundation (ORF)New Delhi 15. Rahil Yasin : Senior columnist and researcher,Pearl News channel, Lahore

FPRC Journal- No. 6

Focus : India -Iran relations


Responses:

1. Prakash Shah,Former Ambassador of India
2. Siavash Z. Yaghoubi ,Former Iranian Ambassador to India
3. Mahmoud Reza Golshanpazhooh, Editor,Iranreview.org
4. Dr. Asghar Ali Engineer, Chairman, Centre for Study of Society and Secularism,Mumbai
5. Prof. Hooshang Amirahmadi, Rutgers University, USA ;Founder and President American Iranian Council


Articles:

1.H.E. Mr. Mahmoud Safari , Consul General of Islamic Rep.of Iran, Hyderabad
2. Dr. David J. Karl ,President, Asia Strategy Initiative, Los Angeles
3. Amb. Karamatullah Ghori, Former Pakistan Ambassador
4. Dr. Harsh V. Pant, Reader,King's College, London
5. Brig (Retd) Dr.Muhammad A. Khan , Pakistan; memberWSN Foundation Int. Advisory Board
6. Dr.Vijay Prashad, Prof.of International Studies,Trinity College , Hartford (CT)
7. Dr.Anjali Sahay ,Gannon University,Erie, Pennsylvania
8. Dr.Uddipan Mukherjee , BPPIMT (Kolkata, India)
9. Dr.Farah Naaz , Dept.of Political Science, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi
10. Dr. Mahnaz Zahirinejad, A leading researcher on Iran
11. Dr. Rushda Siddiqui ,Research Fellow, Indian Council of World Affairs, New Delhi
12. Dr.Venkateshwaran Lokanathan , Manipal University,Manipal ,(Karnataka) India
13. Gauri Jain ,beinformedjournal.org
14. Heshmat Sadat Moinifar, Head , Indian Studies Dept, Faculty of World Studies, Tehran University

FPRC Journal-No. 5

Focus : India -Israel relations

Interview with Mr.Shashank, Former Foreign Secretary of India


RESPONSES:

1. Dr. Itzhak Gerberg, Ambassador of Israel to Georgia,formerly Consul-General of Israel in Bombay (Mumbai)
2. Prof. Efraim Inbar, Director,Begin-Sadat (BESA) Center for Strategic Studies, Bar-Ilan University,Ramat- Gan , Israel
3. Prof. Yaacov Vertzberger, Prof. International Relations,The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
4. Dr. Harsh V. Pant, Department of Defence Studies,King's College London,United Kingdom
5. Dr. Mohammad Mahmood, Professor of Political Science, (Retd,) Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh
6. Prof. Nathan Katz, Florida International University


ARTICLES :

1. Theodore Paul Wright Jr, Prof.Emeritus, State University of New York at Albany
2. Dr.Maina Chawla Singh, University of Delhi;Scholar-in-Residence, American University, Washington DC
3. Dr. Richard L. Benkin, American human rights activist and journalist
4. Karamatullah K. Ghori, Former Pakistan Ambassador
5. Dr. Ninan Koshy, formerly Director ,CCIA&Visiting Fellow, Human Rights Program, Harvard Law School, USA,
6. Dr. Fatima Shahnaz, ‘Visiting Professor’ (Political Science) at the Hyderabad Central University,
Academic Staff College,and Jamia Millia Islamia University, Delhi;President of the India Peace Organization 7.Shashank Joshi,Department of Government,Harvard University,Cambridge
8. Mahwish Hafeez,Research Fellow,Institute of Strategic Studies,Islamabad
9. Priya Suresh, Head,Dept.of International Studies,Stella Maris College,Chennai,India
10. Dr.Navras Jaat Aafreedi, Dept. of International Relations Gautam Buddha University, Greater NOIDA,India
11.Dr. K.M.Sajad Ibrahim, Dept. of Political Science, Kerala University,India Book Release - THE CHINA SYNDROME :
GRAPPLING WITH AN UNEASY RELATIONSHIP by Dr. Harsh V. Pant
Documents – official & non-official

FPRC JOURNAL- No. 4

Focus : India-Australia Relations


Articles :

1.Rawdon Dalrymple, AO, Former Ambassador of Australia
2.Senator Scott Ludlam, Spokesperson Australian Greens
3.Dr. Andrew Shearer, Director of Studies, Lowy Institute for International Policy, Sydney
4.Professor Marika Vicziany, Director, Monash Asia Institute, Monash University, Victoria,Australia
5.Sushi Das, Senior Writer, The Age, Melbourne, Victoria
6.Dr. Yadu Singh, Ex chair,IndianConsul General’s(Sydney)committee on students’ issues & Cardiologist, Sydney,
7. Prof. Y Yagama Reddy, Director, Centre for Southeast Asian & PacificStudies,Sri Venkateswara University, Tirupati, India
8.Utham Kumar Jamadhagni, University of Madras, Chennai,India
(B) Chronology of Events : International Education in Australia and India’s concerns
(C) Documents : India-Australia relations - 2009

FPRC JOURNAL -No. 3

Focus : Indian Foreign Policy and Domestic Politics


Articles, Responses:

1.Dr. RAVNI THAKUR -- an academic and Joint Secretary of the Foreign Affairs Cell of the All India Congress Central Committee
2.SHAMEEM FAIZEE- Editor,NEW AGE, Communist Party of India
3.NN Jha, Former Ambassador of India & Lt. Governor
4.ACHIN VANAIK, Professor of international relations and global politics, Delhi University
5. Dr. S.M.MISHRA, Jiwaji University,Gwalior
Comments :
Chronicle of Events

FPRC JOURNAL- No. 2

Focus : India’s Neighbourhood


Articles :

1.Madhavrao Scindia
2.J.S. Mehta ,Former Foreign Secretary of India
3.N.N. JHA Former Ambassador of India
4.Prem K. Budhwar, Former Ambassador of India
5.Dr. B.C.Upreti, South Asia Study Centre, Jaipur
6.Priya Suresh, Stella Maris College, Chennai
(B) Book Review
By Dr.Nachiketa Singh (SGTB Khalsa College, Delhi University)
(C) Events : India’s Neighbourhood in 2007

FPRC JOURNAL -No. 1

Focus : Terrorism and Human Rights

Articles :

1. Dr.Y.P. Chhibbar,Gen.Secretary, PUCL India,New Delhi

2. Rai Singh,former diplomat

3. Dr.Kulwant Kaur,Prof. of Political Science,University of Jammu

4. Prabhjot Singh,Bureau chief, TRIBUNE,Chandigarh

5. Dr.Deepika Gupta, Dept. of Pol.Sc. Vikram University,Ujjain

6. Dr. Mahendra Gaur,Director,FPRC

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