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Alok Rashmi Mukhopadhyay

Alok Rashmi Mukhopadhyay was Associate Fellow at Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses, New Delhi. Click here for detailed profile.

26/11 Redux in Europe: Strategic Imperatives

October 21, 2010

The current terrorist threat has reemphasised the importance of Europe, considered to be increasingly irrelevant in global security and strategic calculus.

Poland and India: Bracing for a strategic partnership?

September 27, 2010

As the European political landscape is continuously changing and assertive voices from the CEEC are expected to be heard, India and Poland should seriously think about establishing a strategic partnership.

Neither ‘fundamental’ nor a ‘shift’

August 19, 2010

The ISI threat assessment may be received with great enthusiasm in Western capitals and policy circles, but for observers from the subcontinent it is neither ‘fundamental’ nor a ‘shift’.

Beyond the Summitry: David Cameron in India

August 03, 2010

What is new for the observers of British foreign policy after the new coalition government came into power, is the endeavour to reposition Britain in a fast-changing global scenario

The EEAS and the EU-India Strategic Partnership

July 22, 2010

Seen from this part of the globe, it is indeed relevant to have a preliminary analysis of the EU-India strategic partnership after the EEAS has formally come into existence.

Changing World Order: India, EU and US—A Trialogue by B. Krishnamurthy and Geetha Ganapathy-Doré

May 2010

Changing World Order: India, EU and US—A Trialogue by B. Krishnamurthy and Geetha Ganapathy-Doré
Shipra Publications, New Delhi, 2009, pp. 342, Rs. 950, ISBN 9788175415355

EU-India Counter-Terrorism Cooperation: Post-Lisbon Prospects

February 26, 2010

Since both India and EU face the same threat of religious radicalism at home and from across the border, focused cooperation on this issue must be given serious thought.

Dutch withdrawal from Afghanistan may have cascading effects

February 23, 2010

The Dutch withdrawal from Afghanistan may have cascading effects, as smaller European countries notwithstanding their importance in contribution or numerical strength, may also announce their exit citing their own national caveats in the months to come.

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