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Dr. Roshan Khanijo's academic qualification includes BSc, MA and PhD. Her topic for the doctoral thesis was "Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty and Developing Countries – A Critical Appraisal" She is the author of a book "Complexities and Challenges of Nuclear India" She was the member of the study team which did the Net Assessment on China and South Asia. She has been a panelist in Panel Discussions on nuclear issues. She presented a paper in the seminar organized by CIISS (China Institute for International and strategic Studies) in Beijing .She also took part in the discussions held by CICIR (China Institute of Contemporary International Relations) in Beijing. She has taken guest lectures for Jindal International University .Currently she is working as a Research Fellow at USI.

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Wuhan Meet: A Twist in Relations or Diplomatic Engagement

Hardik writes, India’s objective in going to the Wuhan summit might have been with the ambition of China respecting its sensitive’s ranging from Pakistan terrorists from being shielded. It might be with the hope that China will not restrict its entry in NSG.

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India’s Defence Minister Visits Russia

Rahul writes, with the growing China’s geographical dispute with India it is necessary for India to foster the ties with Russia and other small countries which are located in the Asia- Pacific region. India also should not depend completely on the Russian economy for the arms and should reduce the defense import from Russia.

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India-China Informal Summit

Challa Sruthi writes, India China informal summit is based on the believe that India and China are major emerging economies in the world, and they can jointly create an impact of global significance.

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India and World’s Trend Towards Increasing Budget in Defence Sector

Aneesh writes, defence expenditure is an important component of national security and every country allocates a significant portion of its resources for this purpose. However, given the scarcity of resources and the competing demands from other sectors, a nation’s ability to meet all its Defence requirements is not unlimited.

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India and France Conduct Final Phase of Varuna Naval Exercise Near Reunion Island:

Avala Gnaneswar writes, both France and India decided to strengthen the coordination between the regional and international bodies which leads to the transparent and comprehensive structure in cooperation. France boosted the participation at the Indian Ocean Rim Association (IORA) and France congratulated India’s leadership at IORA.