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Uttam Kumar Sinha

Dr. Uttam Kumar Sinha is Research Fellow at the Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses, New Delhi. Click here for detailed profile.

Riverine Neighbourhood: Hydro-politics in South Asia

2016

Publisher: Pentagon Press
ISBN 978-81-8274-914-6
Price: Rs. 895
Rivers are the most visible form of fresh water. Rivers are ancient and older than civilizations a ‘mini cosmos’ spawning history, tales, spirituality, and technological incursions. Flowing rivers are the largest renewable water resource as well as a crucible for both humans and aquatic ecosystem.
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Hope floats for India

June 12, 2016

Research Fellow, IDSA, Dr Uttam Sinha’s cover story on the National Waterways Act, titled ‘Hope floats for India’, was published in ‘The Pioneer’ on June 12, 2016.

National Waterways Bill: A Flow of Progress

May 02, 2016

Research Fellow, IDSA, Dr Uttam Sinha's article on National Waterways Bill, titled ‘National Waterways Bill: A Flow of Progress’ was published in April 2016 issue of ‘The Nationalist’.

Paris climate summit : an agreement for humanity

January 12, 2016

Uttam Sinha's article "Climate Summit: An agreement for Humanity" published in the Nationalist, a monthly e-journal of the Syama Prasad Mookherjee Research Foundation.

Towards Riparian Rationality: An Indian Perspective

December 22, 2015

Research Fellow, IDSA, Dr Uttam Sinha's chapter titled, ‘Towards Riparian Rationality: An Indian Perspective’ was published in the volume China-India Relations: Cooperation and Conflict, (eds) Kanti Bajpai, Huang Jing and Kishore Mahbubani (Routledge, 2015).

Fair vermeiden

November 19, 2015

Research Fellow, IDSA, Dr Uttam Sinha’s article, titled ‘Fair vermeiden’ was published in the November 2015-February 2016 edition of the German publication, IP Landerportrat.

Challenges to the Himalayan Watershed

October 20, 2015

Research Fellow, IDSA, Dr Uttam Sinha's chapter ‘Challenges to the Himalayan Watershed’ was published in the volume ‘Himalayan Bridge’edited by Niraj Kumar, George Van Driem and P Stobdan.

Non-Traditional Security Challenges in Asia: Approaches and Responses

2015
Non-Traditional Security Challenges in Asia: Approaches and Responses

Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 978-11-3889-253-8
Price: $110.00/- [Buy Now]
Asia is challenged by a number of non-traditional security issues including the food–energy–water nexus, climate change, transnational crime, terrorism, disaster relief and economic performance. This volume categorizes and clarifies some key emerging issues in the area and looks at their interconnectedness and implications.

Arctic: Commerce, Governance and Policy

2015
Arctic: Commerce, Governance and Policy

Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 978-1-13-885599-1
Price: $145.00
In May 2013, China, India, Japan, Singapore and South Korea (Asia 5) were given status as permanent observers in the Arctic Council. It was a symbolic and significant moment in the history of Arctic affairs. The list of stakeholders in the Arctic has now expanded to include both the Arctic littoral states and the five Asian states. The drivers and policies of these stakeholders on the Arctic vary, but research on climate change, possible changes to the global energy and minerals markets, adherence to international norms like the UNCLOS, and geopolitical considerations are issues of concern.

Emerging Strategic Trends In Asia

2014
Emerging Strategic Trends In Asia

Publisher: Pentagon Press
ISBN: 978-81-8274-823-1
Price: Rs. 1095
There is little doubt that Asia – stretching from the Eurasian landmass to the maritime reaches of Australia and the South Pacific – is experiencing a major shift in the global balance of power. Expressions like the ‘Indo-Pacific’ and ‘Asia-Pacific’, contested they maybe, capture Asia’s expanse and dynamism. A power shift from the West to the East is well under way.
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