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Namrata Goswami

Namrata Goswami was Research Fellow at Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses, New Delhi. Click here for detail profile.

India’s Approach to Asia: Strategy, Geopolitics and Responsibility

2016

Publisher: Pentagon Press
ISBN 978-81-8274-870-5
This book offers wide ranging divergent perspectives on India's role in managing and shaping Asian Security. The book offers important ideas on how Asian security will shape up in the future by utilizing the method of scenarios. It is an important contribution to the field of Asian and regional security and India's role in it.

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Living for Culture, Dignity and Self Worth

November 03, 2015

Research Fellow, IDSA, Dr Namrata Goswami's article on the recently signed Naga Framework Agreement between the National Socialist Council of Nagalim-Isak-Muivah (NSCN-IM) and the Government of India on August 3, 2015, titled ‘Living for Culture, Dignity and Self Worth’ was published in the November-December 2015 issue of the Living Encounters Magazine.

Why Russia May Win the Game for Influence in Syria

October 14, 2015

Research Fellow, IDSA, Dr Namrata Goswami's article, titled ‘Why Russia May Win the Game for Influence in Syria’ was published by Huffington Post on October 14, 2015.

What 'Star Trek' Can Teach India And China About Being A Great Power

October 02, 2015

Research Fellow, IDSA, Dr Namrata Goswami's article 'Great Powers and China-India' was published by Huffington Post on October 2, 2015.

Why Conflicts In The Northeast Must Be Resolved, Not Just 'Managed'

September 25, 2015

Research Fellow, IDSA, Dr Namrata Goswami's op-ed on conflict in the North East, titled ‘Why Conflicts In The Northeast Must Be Resolved, Not Just 'Managed'?’, was published in The Huffington Post on September 25, 2015.

Indo-Naga peace process: Why a blanket ban on the NSCN(K) is not the way forward

September 23, 2015

Research Fellow, IDSA, Dr Namrata Goswami's article on Indo-Naga Peace Process, titled ‘Indo-Naga Peace Process: Why a Blanket Ban on the NSCN (K) is Not The Way Forward’ was published by Scroll.in on September 23, 2015.

The Naga Peace Accord: Why Now?

August 07, 2015
The Naga Peace Accord: Why Now?

A resolution of one of the oldest armed ethnic conflicts in the Northeast offers a way forward to resolving many other ethnic conflicts in the region such as those involving Kukis, Meiteis, Bodos, Dimasas, Hmars, and Karbis.

The Ambush in Manipur: New Dimensions to Militant Violence in the Northeast

June 11, 2015
The Ambush in Manipur: New Dimensions to Militant Violence in the Northeast

Obtaining Myanmar’s help to counter covert Chinese connections with insurgent groups like the UWSA and by extension with anti-India militant groups such as the NSCN (K) is important for long term stability in the Northeast.

Examining the Assam-Nagaland Border Crisis

August 21, 2014
Examining the Assam-Nagaland Border Crisis

These repeated incidents of border trouble and deaths bring into sharp focus the lack of serious border law enforcement. It is, therefore, critical that we do four important policy interventions fast.

Why Bodo Violence Continues to Recur?

December 29, 2014
Why Bodo Violence Continues to Recur?

To prevent the recurring violence in Bodo areas, establish a land record system, improve the presence of both the state civil administration and the law enforcement agencies, and collate credible data on the flow of migrants.

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