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  • Ambassador P. Stobdan is Senior Fellow at Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses, New Delhi. Click here for detail profile.

    Indian diplomat: The entry into the SCO will enable India to slow down China's rapprochement with Pakistan

    June 09, 2017

    Senior Fellow, IDSA, Ambassador P Stobdan’s article on India’s entry in SCO, titled ‘Indian diplomat: The entry into the SCO will enable India to slow down China's rapprochement with Pakistan’, was published in Eurasia Expert on June 9, 2017.

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    India Gears Up to Enter the Eurasian Integration Path

    As India enters the Eurasian integration path, it needs to be aware that there is an emerging trend in favour of intra-regional cooperation in Central Asia.

    June 07, 2017

    What Can India Expect from the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation?

    India should use SCO for building convergences with China and Russia as well as minimise the intensity of China-Pakistan alignment which undercuts India’s direct access to Eurasia.

    June 05, 2017

    As China Pushes for a ‘Buddhist’ Globalisation, India Isn’t Making the Most of Its Legacy

    May 11, 2017

    Senior Fellow, IDSA, Ambassador P Stobdan’s article on China’s plan of Buddhist globalisation, titled ‘As China Pushes for a ‘Buddhist’ Globalisation, India Isn’t Making the Most of Its Legacy’, was published in ‘The wire’ on May 11, 2017.

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    Democratization Process in Kazakhstan Unfolds

    Despite the opacity of Central Asian politics, the course of political change in the region is likely to be smooth, which is also essential for peace and stability within and outside Central Asia.

    April 03, 2017

    To deal with China, India needs to return to strategic fundamentals

    It is time to engage in a dialogue process not just for enhancing strategic trust but also to think more cunningly about how to benefit from China’s riches by gaining access to Chinese credit and technology, and securing markets for Indian products.

    March 21, 2017

    Power Politics: How China and Russia Reshape the World by Rob de Wijk

    A lot of literature has appeared in recent years on how Russia and China have come to present a common challenge to the US-led world order. But the author of the book Power Politics: How China and Russia Reshape the World, Rob de Wijk, has propounded a different theory to prove a case rather in an ominous way that the old-style power politics has never gone away from the global scene even after the end of the Cold War.

    November 2016

    Leadership Change in Uzbekistan: An Election Observer’s Impressions

    While it was difficult to delve into the depth of the country’s internal dynamics, the overall impression one got was that the democratic process is making marked progress, albeit as per Uzbekistan’s own political ethos and traditions.

    December 26, 2016

    Benefitting from China’s Belt and Road Initiative

    Any Indian initiative which is economically prudent and culturally appropriate could neutralise those advantages China seeks to draw from its Belt and Road Initiative vis-à-vis India, and even maximise its benefits.

    November 22, 2016

    Optimising Ladakh’s strategic advantage

    December 21, 2016

    Senior Fellow, IDSA, Ambassador P Stobdan’s article on Ladakh, titled ‘Optimising Ladakh’s strategic advantage’ was published in The Tribune on December 21, 2016.

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