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  • Amb. Sujan R. Chinoy is Director General, Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses, New Delhi. Click here for detailed profile[+]

    The OIC’s Double Standards

    While the OIC is critical of India, it remains wary of treading on China’s toes when it comes to civil and religious rights of the Uyghur Muslims. The OIC reports also turn a Nelson’s eye to Pakistan’s treatment of its own ethnic Muslim minorities. The OIC has disregarded the fact that India is a democratic and secular country, where every citizen is free to practice one’s religion.

    July 19, 2019

    OIC’s curious record on Xinjiang

    July 19, 2019

    Director General, IDSA, Amb. Sujan R. Chinoy’s Op-Ed piece on the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), titled ‘OIC’s curious record on Xinjiang’ has been published in ‘The Hindu’ on July 19, 2019.

    Indo-US Defence Partnership: Future Prospects

    Given India’s evolving procurement system, efforts should be made to enhance compatibility of technology from various sources. This may require greater cooperation with the US since many of India’s suppliers other than Russia depend on US technologies for their products.

    June 26, 2019

    India-US Defence: Managing Trump and Triumf

    June 20, 2019

    Director General, IDSA, Amb. Sujan R. Chinoy’s article on India-US Defence ties, titled ‘India-US Defence: Managing Trump and Triumf’ has been published in ‘The Economic Times’ on June 20, 2019.

    Given India’s evolving defence procurement system, efforts should be made to enhance compatibility of technology from various sources. This may require greater cooperation with the US, since many of India’s supplies other than Russia depend on US technologies for their products, writes Amb. Chinoy.

    Why China changed its stand on Masood Azhar

    May 23, 2019

    Director General, IDSA, Amb. Sujan R. Chinoy’s article on India-China relations in view of Pakistan, titled ‘Why China changed its stand on Masood Azhar’ has been published in ‘The Hindu’ on May 23, 2019.

    A well-structured India-China dialogue may go a long way in convincing Beijing to sustain pressure on Islamabad, writes Amb. Chinoy.

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    Moving Beyond the Listing of Masood Azhar

    With China now willing to discuss issues of mutual interest with India, a well-structured bilateral dialogue on regional and global terrorism may go a long way in convincing Beijing of the need to put pressure on Islamabad to act against terror

    May 16, 2019

    Know Thy Neighbour: Growth of India and China—Socio-Cultural Precepts and Propositions*

    It is very important for large and populous neighbours such as India and China to have a better understanding of one another’s history, culture and value systems. Perhaps no two peoples in the world are as similar as Indians and Chinese in terms of the agrarian foundations of our societies and many of our traditions with roots in Hindu-Buddhist rituals and philosophy, and even the undue importance attached in the past to the male child.

    March 2019

    Slippery, but this ain’t crude

    May 08, 2019

    Crude oil prices have firmed up after the Significant Reduction Exemption (SRE) waiver granted by the US to eight nations, including India, allowing them to import gradually diminishing quantities of oil from Iran, ended on May 2. The hardening of prices is inevitable if additional oil supplies do not reach the market to compensate for the approximately 1.3 million barrels per day (mbd) reduction in Iranian oil.

    India at the OIC: Recognition of a Rising Global Power

    The best option would be for India to continue to work with individual members of the OIC to establish friendly relations and deepen bilateral cooperation, and work to negate the machinations of Pakistan within the OIC.

    March 25, 2019

    AK-203: A Boost for the Army and Make in India

    That the AK-203 would be produced in India with 100 per cent indigenous content in less than three years makes it a win-win deal for the Army and the Make in India initiative, with Ordnance Factory Korwa emerging as the biggest winner.

    March 11, 2019

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