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  • Ambassador P. Stobdan was Senior Fellow at Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses, New Delhi. Click here for detail profile.

    Modi in Qingdao: China and Russia See SCO as Pivot for India-Pakistan Entente

    June 09, 2018

    Senior Fellow, IDSA, Ambassador P Stobdan’s article on SCO Summit, titled ‘Modi in Qingdao: China and Russia See SCO as Pivot for India-Pakistan Entente’ has been published in ‘The Wire’ on June 9, 2018.

    Though the SCO’s charter prohibits the raising of bilateral issues, Moscow and Beijing seem eager to make the organisation a pivot for closer India-Pakistan entente, writes Ambassador Stobdan.

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    Chabahar India’s Gateway to Eurasia

    June 09, 2018

    Senior Fellow, IDSA, Ambassador P Stobdan’s article on Chabahar, titled ‘Chabahar India’s Gateway to Eurasia’ has been published by China-India Dialogue on June 9, 2018.

    India’s participation in Eurasian connectivity projects will serve to address the integration process under the EAEU and the SCO in more viable ways, writes Ambassador Stobdan.

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    SCO Summit Will Show if Modi's ‘Informal’ Talks With Putin, Xi Were a Success

    June 08, 2018

    Senior Fellow, IDSA, Ambassador P Stobdan’s article on India’s regional diplomacy in SCO, titled ‘SCO Summit Will Show if Modi's ‘Informal’ Talks with Putin, Xi Were a Success’ has been published in ‘The Wire’ on June 8, 2018.

    For India, navigating regional diplomacy in the SCO will likely prove to be far more complex and challenging than in any multilateral forums so far, suggests the article.

    Modi’s Two Projects in Leh Can be India’s Answer to China’s OBOR

    May 19, 2018

    Senior Fellow, IDSA, Prof P Stobdan’s article on Government’s connectivity projects in Ladakh, titled ‘Modi’s Two Projects in Leh Can be India’s Answer to China’s OBOR’ was published in ‘The Quint’ on May 19, 2018.

    Prof Stobdan argues that connectivity to Ladakh could offer a bigger strategic perspective and a historic opportunity for India to physically connect with China, Eurasia, Europe and beyond, which could be the kernel not only for broader change, but also beneficial to India’s strategic outreach to the north.

    What Nirmala Sitharaman’s Visit to Beijing Could Mean for India

    April 22, 2018

    Senior Fellow, IDSA, Ambassador P Stobdan’s article on Raksha Mantri Nirmala Sitharaman’s meeting with Chinese Defence Minister General Wei Fenghe, titled ‘What Nirmala Sitharaman’s Visit to Beijing Could Mean for India’ was published in ‘The Quint’ on April 22, 2018.

    Ambassador Stobdan describes the upcoming meeting as a good opportunity to build a fresh rapport and set ties between the two militaries on track in terms of resuming military exchanges that had been put on hold before the Doklam stand-off.

    Raksha Mantri to Pursue India’s Defence Cooperation Agenda in SCO

    India should institute regular strategic and security dialogue and conferences to discuss issues of common interests and identify priority actions for stronger cooperation with SCO countries.

    April 16, 2018

    Resituating Menser and Darchen-Labrang in the Boundary Negotiations with China

    The Doklam episode should prompt India and Bhutan to rethink their hitherto overlooked issue of resituating Menser and Darchen-Labrang in their academic discourse and policy positions.

    February 16, 2018

    Significance of India joining the Ashgabat Agreement

    In the backdrop of joining the Ashgabat Agreement, India now must enlarge the strategic role of Chabahar port for evolving an integrated transportation network involving both the INSTC and the proposed transit corridor to Central Asia.

    February 12, 2018

    India can allocate 100 million for "special projects" in Belarus

    February 04, 2018

    Senior Fellow, IDSA, Ambassador P Stobdan’s article on India’s Eurasia policy, titled ‘India can allocate 100 million for "special projects" in Belarus - Indian expert’ was published in Eurasia Expert on February 4, 2018.

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    To make Chabahar a ‘Game Changer’ Central Asian states need to be roped in

    India needs to rope in one or more of the Central Asian countries, preferably Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan, in the Chabahar project, to fully exploit its potential.

    December 12, 2017

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