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Emerging Geo-political Trends in Asia: Prospects and Challenges for India-Russia Relations

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  • May 14, 2012
    Conference

    Venue: Seminar Hall I, IDSA

    Programme

    1000-1040h: Inaugural Session

    Welcome Remarks by Dr. Arvind Gupta, DG, IDSA

    Address by Dr. Alexander Lukin, Vice President (for Research and International Contact), Diplomatic Academy, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Russian Federation

    Key Note Address by Amb. Prabhat Shukla, Jt. Director, VIF, (Former Ambassador to Russia)

    1040-1100h: High Tea

    1100-1300h: Session I: International Situation: Emerging Global Order

    Chair: Amb. Rajiv Sikri

    • Russia’s Foreign Policy -- Sergei Chugrov, Editor in Chief, Political Studies (POLIS) Journal
    • India’s Foreign Policy - Arvind Gupta, DG, IDSA
    • Russia's policy towards Central Asia and Afghanistan - Alexander Lukin, Vice President (for Research and International Contact), Diplomatic Academy, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Russian Federation
    • Russia’s Policy Towards CIS Countries - Professor Ajay Patnaik, Centre for Russian and Central Asian Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi

    1300-1345: Lunch

    1345-1515: Session II: Regional Situation: Central and East Asia

    Chair: Lt. Gen. Ravi Sawhney, Distinguished Fellow, VIF

    • Russo-Japanese Relations and International Situation in East Asia - Sergey Chugrov, Editor in Chief, Political Studies (POLIS) Journal
    • Indian Perspective on Af-Pak Situation, Vinod Anand, Senior Fellow, VIF
    • China and East Asia - Rukmani Gupta, Associate Fellow, IDSA

    1515-1530h: Tea

    1530-1700h: Session III: India-Russia Relations: Prospects and Challenges

    Chair: Shri Ajay Bisaria

    • India-Russia Ties - Prof. Anuradha Chenoy, Professor, Centre for Russian and Central Asian Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi
    • Inter-Religious Dialogue: Options for Russia and India - Irina Kolosova, Research Fellow, Institute for Contemporary International Studies, Diplomatic Academy (Russia-Europe Relations)
    • The Russian Media and the Idea of Public Television - Olga Puzanova, Research Fellow, Center for East Asian Research, Moscow Sate Institute for International Relations (MGIMO University), Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Russian Federation
    • The Russian Media and Society - Boris Utekhin, Creative Director of Krestianskaya Rus (Peasant Russia) Publishing House (Russian Media and Politics)

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