R N Das

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  • Dr. R. N. Das is Senior Fellow at the Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses, New Delhi. Click here for detailed profile.

    The US Factor in Sino-Indian Relations: India's Fine Balancing

    The monograph seeks to determine the extent to which the US is a factor as an intervening variable in the complex relationship between the two countries. The study attempts to probe the research question as to how China perceives U.S policy towards India in particular, and whether growing Indo-US ties can affect China's security interest negatively.

    2015

    India-China relations: Visa issue

    Since China has now become an important location for international sports events, sportspersons from Arunachal Pradesh, who want to participate in such events, are not able to do so because of the Chinese practice of issuing stapled visas. This category of sportspersons should be issued regular Chinese visa to enable them to participate.

    March 18, 2014

    US Factor in Sino–Indian Relations: India’s Fine Balancing

    Event: 
    Fellows' Seminar
    January 03, 2014
    Time: 
    1030 to 1300 hrs

    India-China Relations: A New Paradigm

    India-China Relations: A New Paradigm

    India-China relations may not be ideal in the narrative of a bilateral relationship between the countries. But given the complexity of the engagement and interaction between the two countries and taking into account the divergent political systems, the unresolved territorial issues, compulsions of geo-politics, the quest for resources and markets, and aspirations of the two countries for global influence and power, the relations between the two countries are certainly a matter of reassurance and optimism.

    2013

    Media and India-China Relationship

    Event: 
    Fellows' Seminar
    May 03, 2013
    Time: 
    1030 to 1300 hrs

    BRICS Baby Steps: The Challenges Ahead

    Now that NAM is defunct and very little wealth is left in the Commonwealth, and given that the G-20 has a set parameter and doesn’t encompass the aggregate of the hopes and aspirations of the developing world, India should use the BRICS forum to project its global profile.

    March 22, 2013

    India–China Boundary Problem 1846–1947: History and Diplomacy by A.G. Noorani

    The Sino-Indian border dispute is one of the longest running border disputes in the world, which has so far eluded a solution. While China has settled its territorial disputes with most of its neighbours, including Russia and Vietnam, the border dispute with India is yet to be resolved, even after 15 rounds of negotiation under the new framework of Special Representative Talks initiated in 2003 during Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee's visit to China, which indeed gave an impetus to the border talks.

    January 2013

    India and the Outgoing Chinese Leadership: Change with Continuity

    A noticeable aspect of the close political relationship between India and China is the fact that in spite of changes in regimes the relationship has continued to grow.

    November 14, 2012

    The Stormy Parliamentary Debates of 1962

    Excepting in a war-like situation when there is threat to national security, unity and integrity, parliamentarians neither have the time nor the inclination to discuss issues that do not have a direct bearing on their constituency or on electoral politics. Besides considering the sensitive and professional nature of the subject, parliamentarians tend to leave the foreign policy issues to the professional diplomats and the foreign policy establishment. But there have been exceptions to the rule in most democratic countries, including India.

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