NIAS IPCS Young Scholars ‘Global Nuclear Politics and Strategy’ Workshop

NIAS IPCS Young Scholars Workshop on “Global Nuclear Politics and Strategy”

May 3-7, 2015, NIAS JRD Tata Auditorium, Bangalore

The Annual Residential Young Scholars’ Workshop (YSW), a flagship programme of the Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies, provides a unique opportunity to students and young professionals to gain meaningful insight into the field of nuclear studies.

This year’s edition – Global Nuclear Politics and Strategy 2015 – the workshop was jointly organised by the IPCS and the National Institute of Advanced Studies (NIAS), Bangalore.

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Group Photo of Speakers and Participants at NIAS-IPCS Young Scholars Workshop (May 4-7, 2015)

An unprecedented number of applications for GNPS 2015, making the competition keen and our task difficult, and the participant selection came in recognition of their academic and professional achievements. In addition to scholars from academic institutions and think-tanks across India, this year witnessed, for the first time, participation from young officers hailing from, among others, the Indian Army, Air Force, Border Security Force, DRDO and the Ministry of External Affairs.

The complete Workshop Schedule and Conference Booklet can be downloaded by clicking the links.

The presentations made by the speakers at the Workshop can be accessed below. 

Prof Sahni Presentation
Varun Sahni – Contemporary Global Nuclear Politics

Varun Sahni - International Arms Control, Non Prolif, Export Control Regimes
Varun Sahni – International Arms Control, Non Prolif, Export Control Regimes

LV Krishnan - Nuclear Reactors and Fuel Cycle
LV Krishnan – Nuclear Reactors and Fuel Cycle

LV Krishnan - Nuclear Safety
LV Krishnan – Nuclear Safety

Vijay Shankar - Evolution of Nuclear Strategy and Doctrine
Vijay Shankar – Evolution of Nuclear Strategy and Doctrine

S Chandrashekar - Evolution of Global Nuclear Capabilities
S Chandrashekar – Evolution of Global Nuclear Capabilities

Vijay Shankar - Nuclear Weapons in China's National Strategy
Vijay Shankar – Nuclear Weapons in China National Strategy

Manpreet Sethi - Nuclear Weapons and India's National Sec Strategy
Manpreet Sethi – Nuclear Weapons and India’s National Sec Strategy

S Chandrashekar - Cuban Missile Crisis
S Chandrashekar – Cuban Missile Crisis

Rajaram Nagappa - Introduction to Missiles
Rajaram Nagappa – Introduction to Missiles

A R Sundararajan - India's Nuclear Regulatory Framework
A R Sundararajan – India’s Nuclear Regulatory Framework

Baldev Raj - Nuclear Energy after Major Accidents
Baldev Raj – Nuclear Energy after Major Accidents

 

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