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  • India’s lukewarm response to Australia’s quest for a trilateral dialogue

    Though India would be keen to expand defence cooperation on a one-to-one basis with Australia, especially on counter-terrorism and maritime security issues, it is likely to remain averse to joining any regional security grouping directed against China.

    December 21, 2011

    The Indian Navy Chief’s Visit and Indo-Russian Defence Cooperation

    Given the legacy of defence cooperation and ongoing projects, Russia will remain for the foreseeable future India’s major defence partner.

    July 29, 2011

    Southeast Asia-India Defence Relations in the Changing Regional Security Landscape

    Southeast Asia-India Defence Relations in the Changing Regional Security Landscape

    The study analyses the nature of Southeast Asia-India defence relations, the reasons for the growth in ties and more important, the consequences of the defence relations.

    2011

    Preventive Diplomacy, Defence Cooperation & the Pursuit of Cooperative Security: The Indian Experience

    This article is an exploration of the effectiveness of defence cooperation as a means of preventive diplomacy. The paper begins by suggesting that both defence cooperation and preventive diplomacy are concepts rooted in cooperative security. For the purposes of this paper, cooperative security is understood as an overarching concept that comprises alliances, collective security and preventive action. The fundamental claim of the article is that defence cooperation has more to offer than its own immediate benefits.

    January 2011

    President Medvedev’s Visit to India: Fresh Directions for Indo-Russian Partnership in the 21st Century

    India and Russia should look at a hi-tech partnership for the 21st century in new areas of the civilian economy.

    December 20, 2010

    The way ahead in Indo-Russian ties

    Russia is one country that India cannot afford to sideline, as it is the only trusted partner with whom India has mutual compatibility and a close political, military and economic partnership for decades.

    December 20, 2010

    India-China Defence Cooperation and Military Engagement

    Defence cooperation and military engagement between India and China are aspects of the complex mix of conflict and cooperation approach to bilateral relations between the two Asian giants. It is based on the presumption that there is a security dilemma between the two countries. However, it recognises the framework and postulates of what is called cooperative security. Through the liberal institutionalist’s perspective, it argues that India-China defence cooperation and military engagement are not only possible but also desirable.

    October 2010

    Less Brussels, more La Manche*? The Case of Anglo-French Defence Co-operation

    The question is not whether bilateral co-operation among member-states is a substitute for common European defence.

    November 25, 2010

    Indo-US Defence Cooperation: Set to Chart a New Trajectory

    The most important though understated aspect of Obama’s visit to India was the forward movement on almost all facets of defence cooperation.

    November 23, 2010

    India-United States 2020

    This report summarizes the conclusions of a study that was initiated earlier this year on the future of India United States relations in the coming decade.

    October 29, 2010

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