• 16 May, 2022
Foreign Affairs. Geopolitics. National Security.
Ashok Sajjanhar
Ashok Sajjanhar

Ashok Sajjanhar was the Ambassador of India to Kazakhstan, Sweden and Latvia, and has worked in diplomatic positions in Washington DC, Brussels, Moscow, Geneva, Tehran, Dhaka and Bangkok. He has worked as the head of National Foundation for Communal Harmony, Government of India. He is currently the President of Institute of Global Studies in New Delhi and Executive Council Member, Manohar Parrikar Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses.

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India-US 2+2 Meeting : Maturing of an “Indispensable Partnership’’

The fourth 2+2 Meeting between the Foreign and Defence Ministers of India and the US took place in Washington DC on 11th April, 2022. The launch of the dialogue in 2018 was seen as a “reflection of the shared commitment” by India and the US to provide “a positive, forward-looking vision for

The Ukraine Crisis – Can Diplomacy Succeed ?

The last few months have witnessed a sharp escalation of tensions on the Russia-Ukraine border, as also, more recently on the Belarus-Ukraine border and in the Black Sea and Sea of Azov. In his end-of-the-year interaction with the Press on 23 December 2021, Russian President Vladimir Putin had decla

The Third India-Central Asia Dialogue: Towards Greater Cooperation

Introduction The Third India-Central Asia Dialogue will take place in New Delhi on 18th-19th December, 2021. Foreign Ministers of all the five Central Asian states viz Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan are visiting India at the invitation of the Indian External Affai