The International Strategic & Security Studies Programme was started at the National Institute of Advanced Studies (NIAS), Bangalore in 1996 with the broad objective of conducting academic and policy research related to national and international security issues. The emphasis of research is towards integrating complex elements of science and technology with policy, organizational and institutional arrangements. Rapidly changing geo-political and technology adaptation scenarios affect the national and international strategic conditions and the research carried out in the Programme reflects this. Current and emerging scenarios relating to nuclear, missiles and space weapons are reflective of such an impact and have formed the core area of research.
India and Japan: Cooperation in the Indo-Pacific
Venue: Conferance Hall II
Speaker: Mr. Hideki Asari Minister (Political Affairs) Embassy of Japan, New Delhi. Chairperson: Dr. Prakash P.....
Prakash Panneerselvam writes on impact of additive manufacturing on global aerospace and defence sector.
Seetha Lakshmi Dinesh writes on South Asian countries response to Chinese OBOR initiatives
Shreya Upadhyaywrites on recent rift between GCC countries and QatarTrump’s End Game in Middle East
Shreya Upadhyaywrites on President Trump’s Middle East policiesKulbhushan Jadhav and the ICJ Verdict
Anna Catherinewrites on Kulbhushan Jadhav case and the ICJ Verdict