G. V. C. Naidu

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  • Dr. G V C Naidu was Senior Fellow at the Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses, New Delhi.

    Prospects for India-Japan Security Cooperation

    Event: 
    Fellows' Seminar
    June 18, 2005
    Time: 
    1030 to 1300 hrs

    Changing Security Dynamic in Eastern Asia: Focus on Japan

    Changing Security Dynamic in Eastern Asia: Focus on Japan

    Publishers: IDSA and Promilla & Co.
    ISBN: 81-86019-51-9
    Rs 1350
    US $ 50

    2005

    The Spirit of Bandung

    Exactly fifty years back in 1955 leaders from 29 countries spanning Asia and Africa met in the town of Bandung on West Java in Indonesia from April 18 to 25 to deliberate on a new strategy they should adopt vis-à-vis the rest of the world to make their voice heard and to make their presence felt at a time when the world was in grips of the most intensive ideological warfare between those who ardently advocated communism and those opposed it as fervently led respectively by the former Soviet Union and the United States.

    May 30, 2005

    Japanese Security at the Crossroads: Challenge and Initiatives

    In the emerging complex security situation in the Asia-Pacific region, Japanese security policies appear to be undergoing dramatic changes. The alliance with the US, especially the presence of American troops, is facing with some uncertainty after 9/11. The rise of China as a major economic and military power is seen to pose a serious challenge to Japan. Moreover, North Korea’s unabated attempts to develop WMD capabilities along with ballistic missiles threaten Japanese security directly. In response, Japan has initiated certain significant steps.

    October 2004

    Whither the Look East Policy: India and Southeast Asia

    India’s policy with Southeast Asia, which took a distinctive shape since the early 1990s in the form of the Look East policy, has been a multipronged approach encompassing political, strategic and economic aspects. Apart from establishing institutional linkages with ASEAN and strengthening bilateral relations with its member states, especially in the field of defence, India has been an enthusiastic participant and supporter of multilateralism in Asia-Pacific.

    April 2004

    US and the Asia-Pacific: Future of the Alliance System and Regional Security

    The article critically looks at relevance of the US alliance system in the Asia-Pacific in the context of the changing nature of threats and challenges that the U.S. is confronted with in the light of American military intervention in Afghanistan and Iraq. The paper argues that the American policy in Asia, which so far has been premised on bilateral alliances and forward deployment, is likely to undergo fundamental changes because the principal partners, South Korea and Japan, may not be very useful either in counter-terrorism efforts or low-intensity wars.

    October 2003

    Indian Navy and South-east Asia

    Indian Navy and South-east Asia

    Publisher: IDSA and Knowledge World

    ISBN: 81-86019-26

    2000

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