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USI conducted a Strategic Panel Discussion for Foreign Diplomats Undergoing Special Course at the Foreign Service Institute (FSI), New Delhi on October 24, 2017

Strategic Panel Discussion setting was premised on the prevailing global geopolitical developments and its wider ramifications for regional peace and security, providing a broad overview of geopolitical and strategic trends in the Indo-Pacific and Geo Politics of Combating Terrorism in Af-Pak Region.

The aim of Strategic Panel Discussions

The aim of Strategic Panel Discussion is to provide an opportunity to participants to understand and analyse dynamics of Indo- Pacific region – impact on security and regional / global strategic balance and Geo-politics of combating terrorism in Af-Pak region.

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The Participants 

 

Panelists

Chair: Major General B K Sharma, AVSM, SM** (Retd)Deputy Director (Research) and Head of Centre for Strategic Studies and Simulation at the USI.
An accomplished security analyst and regular contributor to seminars at national and international level.

Indo-Pacific Region. Amb S Tayal, IFS (Retd)
He served at Indian missions in Sofia, Warsaw, Geneva and Moscow. He was India’s Consul General in Johannesburg, Houston, and ambassador of India to Uzbekistan and the Republic of Korea.

Af-Pak Region: Maj Gen B K Sharma, AVSM, SM (Retd)
Deputy Director (Research) and Head Centre for Strategic Studies & Simulation (CS3) at the USI. He is an accomplished strategic analyst and a regular contributor to seminars at national and international level.

Discussion coordinator:  Maj Gen RPS Bhadauria, VSM (Retd)
An alumnus of National Defence College, New Delhi and CAEPE, Brazil. He retired from the faculty of NDC.

 

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 Amb S Tayal, IFS (Retd) discussing Developments and Future Challenges in Indo-Pacific region 

 

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Maj Gen B K Sharma, AVSM, SM (Retd) discussing Geo-Politics of Combating Terrorism in Af-Pak Region

 

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Maj Gen RPS Bhadauria, VSM (Retd) coordinating discussion session

 

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Participants of the discussion

 

 

 

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