S. Samuel C. Rajiv

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  • S. Samuel C. Rajiv is Associate Fellow at the Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses, New Delhi. Click here for detailed profile

    The Trump Challenge to the JCPOA

    Trump’s new policy statement on Iran has enveloped the UNSC-approved Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action in a shroud of uncertainty that could lead to further instability in conflict-ridden West Asia.

    October 24, 2017

    India-Israel: Gaining a New Orbit

    July 10, 2017

    Associate Fellow, IDSA, S Samuel C Rajiv’s article on the impact of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s recently concluded visit to Israel, titled ‘India-Israel: Gaining a New Orbit’ was published in the July, 2017 issue of India Strategic.

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    Prime Minister’s Visit To Israel: Push For Higher Trajectory In Ties

    July 02, 2017

    Associate Fellow, IDSA, S Samuel C Rajiv’s analysis on Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Israel, titled ‘Prime Minister's Visit to Israel: Push for Higher Trajectory in Ties’ was published in All India Radio World Service, on July 2, 2017.

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    Israel–China Ties at 25: The Limited Partnership

    Israel–China bilateral ties have witnessed significant growth since the establishment of full diplomatic relations in January, 1992. Both countries are currently investing their energies in realising the full potential of their on-going partnership in the innovation economy. Growing tourist linkages are another facet of the burgeoning relationship.

    July 2017

    Editors’ Introduction

    India’s burgeoning relationship with Israel since January 1992 is an exemplar of India’s post-Cold War foreign policy practice. From a relationship described as ‘stillborn for 40 years’ to the broad-spectrum partnership a quarter century later, India–Israel relations ties have developed well, pushed by a rapid expansion of defence ties. The growth of the India–Israel partnership is a testimony to the sagacity shown by Indian and Israeli leaders in steering the relationship forward, despite the baggage of a fraught and convulsive neighbourhood.

    July 2017

    Modi’s ‘Act West’ Policy in Motion

    March 15, 2017

    Associate Fellow, IDSA, S Samuel C Rajiv’s article on Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Act West Policy, titled ‘Modi’s ‘Act West’ Policy in Motion’ was published by Dr Syama Prasad Mookerjee Research Foundation on March 15, 2017.

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    India-Israel: The Strategic Embrace

    December 04, 2016

    Associate Fellow, IDSA, S Samuel C Rajiv’s article on India-Israel relations, titled ‘India-Israel: The Strategic Embrace’ was published in the December 4, 2016 issue of the weekly magazine Organiser.

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    Revisiting Nuclear India: Strategic Culture and (In) Security Imaginary, by Runa Das

    Following a critical social constructivist approach, Runa Das affirms in Revisiting Nuclear India that India’s nuclear decisions are a product of the state’s strategic culture, which is generated by its ‘security community’ not only as a response to ‘real politics’ but also are articulated and re-interpreted within an ‘political-ideological-cultural space’ carved out by the discursive practices of the security community. For Das, strategic cultures are not culturally-conditioned or historically determined but socially constructed.

    July 2016

    Iran Sanctions and India: Navigating the Road Blocks

    Iran Sanctions and India: Navigating the Road Blocks

    The monograph examines UNSC, US and EU sanctions targeting Iran as a result of concerns emanating from its nuclear programme and the implications they have had for India.

    2016

    Jerusalem Calling

    India-Israel Relations

    Modi visiting Jerusalem would be a re-affirmation of India’s diplomatic ability to pursue multiple national interests by manoeuvring between countries who have difficult or non-existent relationships among themselves but who share important relationships with India.

    May 20, 2016

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