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IDSA-IFS Bilateral Dialogue on Nuclear Weapons and Organizational Theory

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  • January 08, 2011
    Bilateral

    PROGRAMME

    0945-1000
    Welcome Remarks: M. Braut-Hegghammer, Assistant Professor at the Norwegian Defence University College

    Introductory Remarks: N.S. Sisodia, Director-General, IDSA

    Session 1

    1000 – 1200

    NUCLEAR BEHAVIOUR AND REGIONAL STABILITY
    Chair: Målfrid Braut-Hegghammer

    • Vipin Narang -- Pakistan nuclear crisis behaviour under different regimes
    • Karthika Sasikumar -- Doctrinal developments: Learning to play the nuclear game in South Asia
    • Shanmugasundaram Sasikumar -- Organizational learning in solving interactive complexity in India’s nuclear command and control organisation.

    Luncheon
    (1200-1245)

    Session 2

    1300-1500

    NUCLEAR COOPERATION AND NON-PROLIFERATION
    Chair: V. Krishnappa

    • Nicola Horsburgh -- Organizations in China: Explaining Past and Present Chinese Approaches to Nuclear Proliferation
    • Målfrid Braut-Hegghammer -- Preferences, path dependence and nuclear proliferation: Causes and consequences of nuclear acquisition strategies
    • Sebastien Miraglia -- Civil nuclear co-operation and nuclear proliferation in Pakistan: ‘Atoms for Peace’ or atoms for war?
    • Henrik Hiim -- The Logic of Restraint: China and the Comprehensive Test-Ban Treaty Revisited

    Session 3

    1500-1700

    RECENT DEVELOPMENT IN INDIA-UNITED STATES RELATIONS
    Chair: Arvind Gupta

    • Prashant Hosur -- Transformations in India- United States Relations
    • Sanjeev Srivastava -- India-United States Relations

    1700-1705

    Concluding remarks: V. Krishnappa, IDSA project coordinator IFS-IDSA Grand Strategic Thought and Practice

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