Events

 

Tuesday
08 Sep
2020
 
 
NIAS Tuesday Lecture Series

The Gender Challenges in Pakistan

By Dr Salma Malik
1630 hrs

Tuesday
25 Aug
2020
 
 
NIAS Tuesday Lecture Series

The Big Picture in the Middle East: Looking beyond Israel, UAE, and Palestine

By Amb Sanjay Singh
1600 hrs

Amb Sanjay Singh held charge in the Ministry as Joint Secretary and Additional Secretary (Gulf) from March 2005 to March 2009. He was India’s Ambassador to Iran from March 2009 to March 2011. He took over as Secretary (East) in the Ministry of External Affairs in March 2011 and retired in end April 2013. Earlier, he served in the Indian Missions in Mexico, Germany, Ghana and France and in the Ministry of External Affairs, New Delhi as Director in the Office of the External Affairs Minister and Joint Secretary and Head of Division dealing with Latin American Countries and later Establishment.

Tuesday
18 Aug
2020
 
 
NIAS Tuesday Lecture Series

75 Years after Hiroshima: State of the Nuclear World Order and the possibility of a Nuclear Free World

By Dr Manpreet Sethi
1600 hrs

Dr Manpreet Sethi is a Distinguished Fellow, at the Centre for Air Power Studies (CAPS), New Delhi where she heads the project on nuclear security. She is an expert on the entire range of nuclear issues having published over 80 papers in reputed academic journals. Over the last 18 years, she has been researching and writing on subjects related to nuclear energy, strategy, non-proliferation, disarmament, arms and export controls and BMD.

Tuesday
04 Aug
2020
 
 
IPRI Peace Lecture Series

J&K Today One year after the removal of Article 370

By Prof Amitabh Mattoo
1600 hrs

Professor of Disarmament Studies at the Centre for International Politics, Organisation and Disarmament at New Delhi’s Jawaharlal Nehru University. He is also honorary Director of AII@Delhi and honorary Professor in the Faculty of Arts, University of Melbourne. He also holds the Chair, Jammu and Kashmir Knowledge Initiative. Earlier, he was an Advisor to Chief Minister (with the status of a Cabinet Minister) and Vice-Chancellor, University of Jammu.

Tuesday
21 Jul
2020
 
 
NIAS Tuesday Lecture Series

India through the Neighbourhood's Lens: Views from Nepal

By Dr Nishchalnath Pandey
1130hrs- 1330 hrs

Dr Nishchal N. Pandey is currently the Director, Centre for South Asian Studies (CSAS), Kathmandu. He also coordinates a regional grouping - Consortium of South Asian Think Tanks (COSATT).

Tuesday
07 Jul
2020
 
 
NIAS Lecture

Hard Power in the Post- COVID World Order Confirmation

By Lt General (Dr) Prakash Menon
1130 hrs

Lt Gen Menon has extensive operational experience in commanding counter-insurgency operations in Central, North, and South Kashmir.

Tuesday
30 Jun
2020
 
 
NIAS Lecture

India in the post-COVID World Order

By Amb PS Raghavan
1130 hrs

Ambassador Raghavan is the Chairman of the National Security Advisory Board (NSAB), Government of India.

Tuesday
23 Jun
2020
 
 
NIAS Lectures on Science and Technology

Indian Science Philosophy, Structure and Policies

By Dr RK Sharma
1130 hrs

Dr. RK Sharma started is a senior scientist with the Department of Science and Technology (DST), Government of India. Dr. Sharma is currently responsible for International multilateral and regional cooperation programs in DST which include India-ASEAN S&T Cooperation, BRICS STI Cooperation, SAARC S&T Cooperation, BIMSTEC, Indian Ocean Rim Association (IORA), Indo-Pacific Ocean Initiatives (IPOI), NAM S&T Centre, etc.

Tuesday
16 Jun
2020
 
 
NIAS Lectures on the Indian Neighbourhood

The Indian Neighbourhood

By Prof SD Muni
1130 hrs

Prof SD Muni is Professor Emeritus at JNU. He taught International Relations and South Asian Studies at Jawaharlal Nehru University (1974-2006), National University of Singapore (2008-2013), Banaras Hindu University (1985-86), and University of Rajasthan (1972-73). He was also India’s Ambassador to Lao People's Democratic Republic (1997-99).

Tuesday
09 Jun
2020
 
 
NIAS Lectures on "The Indian Neighbourhood"

Contemporary India-Nepal Relations

By Amb Rakesh Sood
1130 hrs

Amb Rakesh Sood had a distinguished career with India's Ministry of External Affairs. He served in crucial positions; he was the Special Envoy of the Prime Minister for Disarmament and Non-proliferation Issues (2013-2014).

Tuesday
02 Jun
2020
 
 
Online Lecture Series

The Post-COVID World Order: The Future of Hong Kong

By N Jayaram
1130 hrs

Mr Jayaram had worked as the Beijing Correspondent with the Press Trust of India for 15 years and was with the Agence France-Presse news agency's Asia-Pacific operations in Hong Kong for 11 years. He also studied human rights law at the Faculty of Law, University of Hong Kong. The event is in collaboration with the National Institute of Advanced Studies, Bangalore, Stella Maris College, Chennai, and Maharajas College, Mysuru.

Saturday
09 May
2020
 
 
Webinar

Sri Lanka: One Year after the Easter Sunday Attacks

By Multiple Speakers
1130 hrs- 1330 hrs

Dr G Gladston Xavier, Dr La Toya Waha, Asanga Abeyagoonasekera, Dr Mallika Joseph, Visaka Dharmadasa, Prof D Suba Chandran, Ruwanthi Jayasekara, Natasha Fernando, Aparupa Bhattacherjee, Chavindi Weerawansha, Sanduni Atapattu, Chrishari de Alwis Gunasekare.

Tuesday
18 Feb
2020
 
 
Book Discussion

Trumped: Emerging Powers in a Post-American World

By Dr Sreeram Chaulia
1000-1130

Tuesday
04 Feb
2020
 
 
Tuesday
04 Feb
2020
 
 
Panel Discussion

India and the Arctic: Is it too far? Why should India look at the Arctic? And how?

By Prof D Suba Chandran
1145-1300 hrs

Professor & Dean, International Strategic & Security Studies Programme National Institute of Advanced Studies. (NIAS)

Tuesday
04 Feb
2020
 
 
Panel Discussion

Arctic: Why India should pursue the north pole from a S&T perspective

By Dr Shailesh Nayak
1045-1130 hrs

Dr Shailesh Nayak is currently Director, National Institute of Advanced Studies and Distinguished Scientist in the Ministry of Earth Sciences. He was the Chair, Earth System Science Organization (ESSO) and Secretary to the Government of India for Ministry of Earth Sciences (MoES), between August 2008-2015

Tuesday
04 Feb
2020
 
 
Inaugural Address

Arctic: Towards preparing a Plan-A for India

By Amb PS Raghavan
1000-1045 hrs

Chairman, National Security Advisory Board(NSAB).

Tuesday
28 Jan
2020
 
 
Panel Discussion

Himalayan Science Council and the Arctic

By Dr Arvind Gupta
1000-1230 hrs

Former Diplomat, Dr Arvind Gupta is the Director of Vivekananda International Foundation, New Delhi.

Tuesday
14 Jan
2020
 
 
ISSSP Lecture

India as a Rising Power

By Prof TV Paul

James McGill Professor of International Relations in the Department of Political Science at McGill University, Montreal, Canada and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada

Friday
10 Jan
2020
 
 
Science Diplomacy Initiative Panel Discussion

Himalayan Science Council and Beyond: S&T Initiatives in BIMSTEC

By Initial Remarks by Prof Shailesh Nayak

Panel: Dr Nishchalnath, Director, Center for South Asian Studies, Prof VS Ramamurthy, Prof SD Muni, Prof PM Soundar Rajan, Prof Srikumar Pullat & Prof Saibaba

Friday
10 Jan
2020
 
 
Class Interactions

India's Foreign Policy Trajectories

By Prof SD Muni

Professor SD Muni is a member of the IDSA’s Executive Council. He served as India’s Special Envoy to SE Asian countries on UNSC Reforms.

Tuesday
07 Jan
2020
 
 
Interaction

Afghanistan and Nepal

By Amb Rakesh Sood

Ambassador Rakesh Sood was Special Envoy of the Prime Minister of India on Disarmament and Non-Proliferation Issues and former Ambassador to Afghanistan, Nepal and France.  

Thursday
05 Dec
2019
 
 
Lecture

US, China and the Indo-Pacific

By Dr George Perkovich
1500 –1630 hrs

George Perkovich is the Ken Olivier and Angela Nomellini Chair and vice president for studies at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.

Thursday
05 Dec
2019
 
 
ISSSP Panel Discussion

India-China Strategic Stability

By Prof Rajaram Nagappa, Lt Gen Dr Prakash Menon, AVSM, PVSM, VSM, Prof VS Ramamurthy, Mr Manoj Kewalramani & Dr George Perkovich
1000 –1230 hrs

Saturday
16 Nov
2019
 
 
Capacity Building Workshop for Young Scholars

NIAS Strategic Forecast 2020: Contemporary World Affairs

By NIAS Global Politics Course
0930–1700 hrs

Friday
11 Oct
2019
 
 
IPRI Peace Lecture Series

Drivers of Migration: A Global Analysis

By Dr François Héran
1100 –1230 hrs

Professor, Collège de France, Paris

Thursday
03 Oct
2019
 
 
Interaction

US Foreign Policy and East Asia

By Devin T. Stewart
1100 –1230 hrs

Thursday
26 Sep
2019
 
 
Wednesday
11 Sep
2019
 
 
Lecture

Modi 2.0: Foreign Policy Challenges

By Pramit Pal Chaudhuri
1100 –1230 hrs

Foreign Affairs Editor of the Hindustan Times, and a Distinguished Fellow, Ananta Aspen Centre, New Delhi.

Tuesday
06 Aug
2019
 
 
Book Discussion

Plutonium and Beyond: The Future of Nuclear Energy

By Dr Alan J Kuperman
1100 –1230 hrs