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School of International Studies. Oman. OPEC 2 GSP PROFILE . The GSP attempts to map these developments and make an assessment. i. provide the guidelines. the reforms have acquired recognition both as pace setter as well as legitimizing instrument of external stakes. the synergy between buyers and sellers are emphasized. the Gulf countries too have worked out a road map towards regional common market. the GSP has developed into a vibrant centre of activities organizing seminars. and steers the academic agenda of the programme as per the UGC recommendations. the focus is not only on the historical.E. The nature and pace of the reforms are not only matter of academic interest in terms of ‘democracy discourse’ but have policy consequences especially with reference to religion and democracy. New Delhi. Either ways the implications are significant in contributing towards the stability and security of the region. Iraq and Yemen are also covered to provide a holistic perspective. Thrust Areas: Political Reform process in the Gulf countries: The Gulf countries are engaged in reform process. Globalization and Regionalism in the Gulf: Though Globalization remains the dominant mode in determining international relations. Democratic Movements and Processes. According to UGC guidelines an advisory committee of eminent scholars. In promoting these studies. Kuwait.The Gulf Studies Programme (GSP) is an autonomous unit in the Centre for West Asian Studies (CWAS). symposia and lectures besides teaching.e. It is run by a Director appointed by the JNU Vice-Chancellor for two years term. The programme since its inception has been promoting studies on issues of contemporary relevance and of academic importance. It is even apprehended that competition for Gulf Energy could lead to conflicts. Gulf Energy and Asian Regional Energy Cooperation: The growing reliance of Asia on the Gulf hydrocarbon and the recognition of Asia as emerging market have brought a qualitative shift in global energy balance. In the preliminary stage. Jawaharlal Nehru University. research and publications.A. political. Non-Resident Indian Entrepreneurs from the Gulf. now. Following the approval of the University Grants Commission (UGC). and India’s Energy Security. policy makers and representatives from industry and trade. GSP is involved in academic research to understand the studies reflecting the dynamics of the new regionalism in the region and its impact on India. These are indeed developments of serious implications for country like India having high economic stakes in the region. Qatar and Bahrain. the regional pressures seems to be pushing for articulating the local interest in regional format. economic and strategic dimension of emerging bilateral relations but also on policy framework. Initially. Saudi Arabia. The GCC monetary union is on card. Iran. Arms Race in the region and India. In the context of the new political economy of energy. It was established in March 1978. U. the focus of its activities was confined to the Gulf Cooperation Countries. Other areas include Religious Revivalism in the Gulf Region.. India. While at West Asian level initiatives are on.
Jain Sima Baidya Professor Professor Professor Professor Assistant Professor Director: AK Pasha.. Gulf society in information age: The cyber revolution has opened the information space confronting the Gulf societies with new realities.. Prof.and IEA are making strong plea for consumer-producer dialogue. Prof. 2002-2003]. Besides contributing remittances. The Arab Human Development Report has underlined the deficit in human resources in the region as factor affecting the development pace of the region.A.D. GSP PROFILE 3 . M. M. A H H Abidi (1988-91). M. and ethics in social domain. K R Singh (1991-93). the Gulf societies are going to witness a silent revolution of values. The new interface with the information flow is transforming the social dynamics be in war and peace times. Prof. Gulshan Dietl (1993-94. Girijesh Pant Dr. It is reflected in the composition of the courses offered at M. India with its quality and cost effective human resource could be a big source in bridging the deficit. It could also be a gateway to enhance the engagement of the Gulf societies with the dissenting voices of the region. Ph.A. Dr S N Malakar [2003-05].Phil and Ph. GSP Faculty: The faculty under the GSP has been drawn from different disciplines such as Political Science. norms. Founder Director (1978-88).A. K. A. History and Sociology. The GSP having initiated a step in this direction would like to focus on charter for Asian energy cooperation in the coming years. Phil. Pasha Dr. 2005-07). This could be an unprecedented phase in social transformation. Asian stakeholders too need to explore the frame of cooperation ensuring mutual energy security. This has contributed in promoting interdisciplinary research and teaching on the region. Indians in the Gulf: Of late overseas Indians have acquired their own identity and importance. Prakash C. Faculty: Dr. 1999-2002.D levels of the Centre. The GSP proposes to examine the potential and prospects of Indian workers/expatriates in the Gulf. Prof. 2008). the Gulf Indians are emerging as ambassadors in forging new linkages with the region. Empowered with information and knowledge. Girijesh Pant (1994-96. GSP delves academically into the social fabric of the region to comprehend these changes in the otherwise closed society of the Gulf and tries to look beyond the parameter of human rights. Prof. AK Pasha [199799. Gulshan Dietl Dr. (2009-2010) Former Directors : Prof. M. The following is the faculty under GSP. the rise of non oil economy is opening opportunities of enduring nature. While localization of Gulf labor market might shrink the space for low skilled workers. Economics.. M S Agwani.
. Agwani. [Delhi: Academic Excellence. India’s Energy Security and the Gulf.C.Pasha & P.. ed.H.H.N. West Asia and North Africa Course-in-Charge Prof. Prospects and Policies (New Delhi: Intellectual Publishing House. India.K. US War on Iraq 2003: An Indian Perspective. K. Pasha.K. 2007] (Co-Editors: Gulshan Dietl. A.C.Pasha and P.K.N. ed.. A. Post War Gulf: Implications for India (New Delhi: Lancers Books 1993). Jain Prof. [New Delhi: Shipra Publications. A. ed. ed. Jain). Pasha. Prakash C. Girijesh Pant Prof. Jain. Society. ed. Bahrain and Qatar: Political. Economic and Political Developments. 4 GSP PROFILE .K. Gulshan Dietl Prof.Singh.K. Economy and Foreign Policy.Pant... Indo-Gulf Economic Relations: Patterns. A. Contemporary Iran and Emerging Indo-Iranian Relations (New Delhi: Neelkanth Publishers. [Delhi: Academic Excellence. 1992).K. and Strategic Dimensions. 1989).. 1987). State. A.H. Pasha.Singh. (New Delhi: Détente Publications. Prakash C. Economic. India and Oman: History.Pasha Prof.. Kuwait: Strategic. 2004). Contemporary Gulf: State. Contemporary Saudi Arabia and the Emerging Indo-Saudi Relations.K. Perspectives on India and the Gulf States. Girijesh Pant Prof. ed. 1999).H. Pasha.. 1996).Pasha Publications under the Auspices of the Programme: Books M. Sreedhar. The Gulf in Transition (New Delhi: South Asian Publishers. ed. (Delhi: Gyan Sagar Publications. Pasha Prof.S. A.K.R.Pant. (Delhi: Détente Publications. A. Abidi & K.Malakar. G.. Economy and Foreign Policy (Delhi: Gyan Sagar Publications. ed. Courses and Consequences Politics and Foreign Policy of Iran since the Revolution Social Systems in the Arabian Peninsula Research Methodology West Asian Political Systems Government and Politics in GCC States India..R. India. A. The Gulf Crisis (New Delhi: Lancers Books. 1999). Jain Prof A.Courses Offered: Title of the Courses West Asian Economics: Issues in Development Political Economy of the Gulf States Wars in the Gulf: Causes. 1999) S. eds. Gulshan Dietl Prof. The Second Coming. ed. 1999) A.K. ed.Malakar. 1999). Abidi. S. Pasha.. 2006). A. (New Delhi: Gyan Sagar Publications. G. A.K.
Perspectives on India and the Gulf States. India. He is on the editorial board of several national and international journals. 1999) GSP PROFILE 5 . 1999) AK Pasha. SIS. He has previously taught at the Centre of West Asian Studies. State. India. ed. His research articles have been published in over twenty national and international journals. (Delhi: Gyan Sagar Publications. JNU. Egypt. Kuwait: Strategies of Survival (New Delhi: Har Anand. ed. Gulf Studies Programme at the CWAS. PASHA He has served as Chairperson and is now Director. India and West Asia: Continuity and Change (Delhi: Gyan Sagar Publications. He holds M. He has authored. Society.K.GSP Faculty and Publications on the Gulf Region A. (Delhi: Gyan Sagar Publications. Aspects of Political Participation in the Gulf States (New Delhi: Kalinga Publications. West Asia and North Africa. AK Pasha. (Delhi: Détente Publications. Egypt.. India. M. He is associated with the Gulf Research Centre. India and Oman: History.. 1999) AK Pasha. Contemporary Gulf: State. He is a frequent commentator/analyst on international affairs especially on West Asian and North African issues for Radio and TV in India and abroad. Economy and Foreign Policy. AK Pasha. Publications. 1999)..com AK Pasha. ed. He can be contacted at drakpasha@gmail. Gulf. His research. Economic and Political Developments. Maulana Azad Centre for Indian Culture. Economic. (Delhi: Détente Publications. 1999)..D from CWAAS/SIS. 1999) AK Pasha.A. India and OIC: Strategy and Diplomacy (New Delhi: Centre for Peace Studies.. Phil and Ph. Dubai. AK Pasha. 1992) Editor. 1995) AK Pasha. ed. Kuwait: Strategic. Degrees in Middle Eastern Studies and Political Science from Mysore University. UAE. He had been a Research Fellow at the Faculty of Economics and Political Science. 1995) AK Pasha. Cairo University. Cairo. teaching and writing focused on Gulf/West Asia and North Africa. Bahrain and Qatar: Political. He has been Director. edited and co-edited and contributed chapters to over sixty books published in India and abroad on India. 1999). and Strategic Dimensions. AK Pasha. Jawaharlal Nehru University. Aligarh Muslim University. The Gulf in Turmoil: A Global Response (New Delhi: Lancers Books. Economy and Foreign Policy (Delhi: Gyan Sagar Publications. ed.
India Quarterly. India and the Gulf Region: Maritime History. Iran. AK Pasha. Her areas of teaching and research are domestic developments. GULSHAN DIETL She has served as the Chairperson. Political and Security Interests [Forthcoming] AK Pasha. Strategic Analysis. Newburgh. Strategic Studies Bahrain. Gulshan Dietl. Security and Political Reforms. 1991) 6 GSP PROFILE . Trade. Radiance and India Abroad. (New Delhi) India International Center Quarterly. Détente.AK Pasha. She has been a Fulbright Scholar-in-Residence at the Mount Saint Mary College. Journal of Peace Studies. Iraq: Sanctions and Wars (New Delhi: Sterling Publications. New York (1993-94). AK Pasha. Khaleej News among others. AK Pasha. India’s Foreign Policy towards the Gulf Region [Forthcoming] AK Pasha. Forthcoming. Hardnews. Paris (2008) and a Visiting Professor at the University of Southern Denmark (2010). Kuwait News among many others. Through Two Wars and Beyond: A Study of GCC (New Delhi: Lancers Books. India. Centre for West Asian and African Studies and Director of the Gulf Studies Programme at her University. Link. India and the GCC States: Historical. His articles on contemporary West Asian/and Indo-Gulf issues have appeared in Indian and Gulf newspapers too like the Times of India. India-Iran Relations: Contemporary Dynamics [Forthcoming] Has published many research articles in journals like Punjab Journal of Politics. (New Delhi: Manas Publications: 2000). Politics India. Journal of West Asian Studies.Editor AK Pasha. India’s Relations with West Asia and North Africa: Continuity and Change in Economic. The Statesman. Area Studies(Tirupathi). Yavanika. Current. Third Concept. Sunday Mail. a Guest Research Fellow at the Copenhagen Peace Research Institute (1998-99). 2003). Mainstream. Bahrain Tribune. World Focus. a Visiting Professor at the University of Kashmir (2004) a Visiting Professor at the Fondation de la Maison des Sciences de l’Homme. Geopolitical and Strategic Perspectives [Forthcoming] AK Pasha. Global Education Society and Development. Jadavpur Journal of International Relations (Kolkata). Journal of Gulf and Arabian Peninsula Studies. Encounter. The Middle East. 2010]. Asian Affairs (London). Third World Impact. Arab News. The Pioneer. Iraq and the Gulf [Delhi: Academic Publishers. Iran and the GCC States: Political Strategy and Foreign Policy. foreign policies and security issues in the Gulf and West Asia.
Girijesh Pant. Bilaspur. The Arab Gulf Economies (New Delhi: Har Anand Publications. and India International Center Quarterly. Saudi Arabia: People. Muni (New Delhi: Rupa and Co. The Middle East. Secular Democracy. At present he is the Vice Chancellor of Doon University. Politics and Policies (New Delhi: National Book Trust. Centre for West Asian and African Studies and Director. Quarterly of Strategic Studies. Strategic Analysis.K. Contemporary Saudi Arabia and the Emerging Indo-Saudi Relations (New Delhi: Shipra Publications. 2007) Co-edited with G Pant. Uttarakhand. New Delhi. India: The Emerging Energy Player. He holds a Masters degree in Economics from Allahabad University and a doctorate from the School of International Studies. 2006) Gulshan Dietl. He can be contacted at gpant49@gmail. Foreign Affairs Reports. Jawaharlal Nehru University. (ICWA).com. Jain. jointly with Prof.C. India and Vice President. GGD University. AK Pasha and PC Jain. S. Think India. Orient. Indian Review of African Affairs. 2005). India Quarterly. Mission Aktuell. Man and Development. Has published in research journals like International Studies. Social Scientist. Jawaharlal Nehru University. Quarterly of the Strategic Studies. New Delhi. USA. Girijesh Pant. India and Foreign Review: Mainstream. South Asian Studies. 2008). 1996) Girijesh Pant. Contemporary Iran and Emerging Indo-Iranian Relations (New Delhi: Neelkanth Publishers. GSP PROFILE 7 . Problems of Non Alignment. India’s Energy Security: Prospects for Cooperation with Extended Neighborhood. The Social Scientist. Arabia. Economic and Political Weekly. 1994). Mainstream. 1996) Co-edited with A. and South Asia Survey. the Political Science Review.Pasha and P. Contemporary Affairs. Indian Academy of Social Sciences and Senior Fellow at the University of Illinois. World Focus. The Middle East.D.. The Political Economy of West Asia: Demography. Punjab Journal of Politics. The Muslim World Year Book.Gulshan Dietl. GIRIJESH PANT He has served as the Chairperson. Girijesh Pant. (New Delhi: Pearson Longman. South. Democracy and Economic Reforms (New Delhi: Manak Publications. Gulf Studies Programme. Islamic World Review. Link. Editor. He was Vice-Chancellor. She has published research papers and articles in journals like International Studies. Girijesh Pant.
co. (Sociology) degree from Banaras Hindu University and Ph. Energy and Persian Gulf Politics. She has presented papers in many national and international Seminars. SIMA BAIDYA She graduated from Presidency College. and Journal of Peace Studies.email@example.com Monograph: Another academic exercise in the GSP is the occassional publication of Monograph on pertinent issues. She has published articles in Mainstream. Phil from Jawaharlal Nehru University. Economic and Political Weekly. He was a recipient of the Canadian Commonwealth Scholarship for his doctoral work. Calcutta. Jain received his M. Jain. JAIN Earlier he has taught at Banaras Hindu University. eds. Jain. Briefly she taught at the Universities of Kalyani and Calcutta. (New Delhi: Manak Publications. Population and Society in West Asia: Essays in Comparative Demography (Jaipur: National Publishing House. Indian Diaspora in West Asia: A Reader. World Focus.D. Journal of Contemporary Asia. from Jadavpur University and M. Dr. His areas of academic interest include West Asian Social Studies.in Prakash C. New Delhi. A. India Quarterly. International Studies. Mainstream. Sociological Bulletin. 2003-2008.” 8 GSP PROFILE . Third World Impact. 2007). 2002) Prakash C. Indian International Migration and Diaspora and Research Methodology. 2010) Prakash C. (Sociology) from Carleton University. ed. He can be contacted at pcjain_jnu@yahoo.PRAKASH C. (New Delhi: Manohar Publishers and Distributors.A.. Prakash C. holds M. She can be contacted at sima. Her area of teaching and research are Iran’s Foreign Policy. Indian Trade Diaspora in the Gulf Countries (forthcoming) Prakash C. Ottawa. Jain. She is the author of Dissent in the Land of Arab (Delhi: Academic Excellence. 2007). Indian Diaspora in the Gulf Region (forthcoming) Has published in research journals like Man and Development. Jain. Non-Resident Indian Entrepreneurs in the United Arab Emirates. The recent onslaught of War on Iraq has raised many questions in the academic circle and this has enthused the Programme faculty to bring out in 2008 a monograph titled “War on Iraq. Jain and Kundan Kumar. Varanasi and Jamia Milia Islamia.
Pasha Human Resource Development in the GCC States P.Pasha GCC Economies: West Asia and the Changing World Order Girijesh Pant Project Market in the Arab Gulf Region and India Girijesh Pant Project Export to the Gulf Countries Girijesh Pant India-Gulf Trade S.K.Jain Prospects of Financial Cooperation.Abidi Aspects of Political Participation in Saudi Arabia A.Pasha Contemporary Yemen and Indo-Yemeni Relations P.Jain and H.H. 1947-1979 A.C.K.K.A.K.C.K. Laskar GCC Aid to India Mohammad Azhar The Struggle for Political Participation in Bahrain A.Yadav Indo-Bahrain Economic Relations in the Nineties Mohammad Azhar India and the Gulf States: Challenges and Opportunities A.Jain From Rentier State to Market: Political Economy in Kuwait Girijesh Pant Relations between India and Iran.R.Pasha Population and Society in Bahrain P. Pasha India’s Energy Security: The Gulf Factor Girijesh Pant GSP PROFILE 9 .N.Pasha Notes on Iranian Emigration and Diaspora P.India & Gulf Mohammed Azhar Iraq: Facing to Challenges K. Jain and R. Jain and J.Pasha Aspects of Indian Emigration to the Gulf Countries P.K.Singh Indo-Qatari Trade in the Nineties Mohammed Azhar Indo-Kuwait Economic Relations Mohammed Azhar India-Oman Economic Ties in the Nineties Mohammed Azhar Problem and Prospects of HRD in the GCC Countries P. Khan Man Power Export and Remittances Girijesh Pant Indo-Saudi Relations: Growing Cooperation A.Working /Occasional Paper Series GCC Economies: West Asia and the Changing World Order Girijesh Pant Kuwait: Strategies of Survival A.C.Pasha Indo-Bahrain Relations: Contours of a Stable Partnership Bansidhar Pradhan Bahrain: Threat Perception and Military Response K.Mishra Bahrain’s Economic Foundations Mohammed Azhar The Omani Economy: An Indian Perception Mohammed Azhar The Qatari Economy: Moving into the Post-Oil Era Mohammed Azhar Indo-Omani Relations: Bansidhar Pradhan Aspects of Political Participation in the GCC States A.K.Singh The Role of Gulf States in the Arab-Israeli Peace Process A.Pasha Tipu Sultan’s Diplomacy in the Gulf Region A.C.Pasha The Kuwait Economy: An Indian Perspective Mohammad Azhar Perspectives on Indo-Saudi Relations A. Jain India and the Gulf States: Challenges and Opportunities A.K.Pasha Security and Stability in the Gulf/West Asian Region A.A.R.K.H.C.K.K.C.K.Pasha Iraq: Foreign Intervention and Regime Survival A.
C.K. Jain India-GCC-China and the Emerging Global Order Faisal Ahmed Turmoil in the Gulf Region: Challenges to Indian Foreign Policy A. Seth Political Reforms in GCC States A.’s Economic Policy Samir Pradhan India’s Cultural Diplomacy in West Asia A.K. India and the Indian Ocean.A. Pius M.A. Pasha India and U. Singh The U.C.C. Pasha The Jewel of Muscat Faisal Ahmed The Ottomans.A. Pasha Emerging Investment Climate between India and U. Development in U.K.K.K.Jain Indian Ocean and Piracy in the Gulf of Aden.V.K.E.K. Future Prospects M.E P.K. Singh The Portuguese and the Decline of Indo-Arab Maritime Trade A. Naidu Linking Mecca with the Great Wall Itamar Yong Bin Lee Indo-Iranian Relations: Emerging Issues A. Jain & Kundan Kumar Importance of Hormouz in Indo-Arab Trade Sima Baidya The Merchants of Malabar in GCC States Omar Khalidi The Trade of Merchants of Basrah and Surat Omar Khalidi Al Qasimi’s Resistance against British Imperialism in the Gulf Rafiullah Azmi Indo-Arab Trade Relations Md Azhar 10 GSP PROFILE .Jain Role of Egypt and India in Euro-Asian Maritime Trade A.K.Indo-Gulf Cooperation in Maritime Security K.A. V. Pasha Oman and Zanzibar : Indo-Arab Cultural Convergence Mukhtar Alam Qatar’s Sheikh Jassim and India A.A. Pasha Indian Diaspora in the Arab World P. Pasha Islam in Post Khomeini Iran Anwar Alam Indians in the United Arab Emirates P.C. C.S.Pasha Gulf and Emerging Asia: Defining Regional Architecture Ishrat Aziz Gulf-Asia Contacts: A Historical Overview A. Singh Persian Gulf Security: Past Perspectives.K. E: Some Perspectives Ishrat Aziz Gulf Energy Security: The Changing Dynamics B.K. Ansari Remapping Global Energy: The Iranian Options Gulshan Dietl Indians in Oman P. Melenkandathil India’s Quest for Energy Security: Situating the Gulf Sanju Gupta Social Demography.A.H. Pasha Lessons from South East Asia to Gulf Maritime Security Rajaram Panda India and GCC Countries Ishrat Aziz India and Oman Ishrat Aziz India and the Gulf: The Maritime Security Dimension G. R. Pasha Gulf-Asia Relations Intensifying Cooperation Samir Pradhan Oil as a Factor in West Asia Development B.K.: Challenges and Opportunities A.E Javed Ahmed Khan On the Success of NRI Entrepreneurs in the U. Gurusiddaiah India and Oman: Energy Security Partnership A. Pasha U.E Anisur Rahman Maritime Relations: A Study of Tipu Sultan’s Period C.E.C. Migration.
9-10 February 1998. Papers Published Oman: State. held on 17-18 February 1998. 26 March. Select papers published Three day international seminar on Gulf and Emerging Asia: Defining Regional Architecture. 2009. Director Dr KR Singh. Girijesh Pant. 27. held in October. Convener Dr AK Pasha Bahrain: State. Papers published under G Pant. Convener Dr G Pant. Convener Prof. held on 27 March 1992. Pant. 19 March. Economy and Foreign Policy. 2006. 1990. 2009.K. Director Dr AK Pasha. A. held on 26 March.K. Director. 1988 The Gulf Crisis. held on 25th April. held on 29 March 1997. held on 30 April & 1 May. 2004 One day National Seminar on Contemporary Saudi Arabia and the Emerging Indo-Saudi Relations on 31st March. K. Director Dr SN Malakar. 2009. held on 8 November 1994. Jain One Day National Seminar on GCC Investments in Asia: Issues and Prospects on 15th January. Pasha. Papers Published Two Day National Seminar on India’s Energy Security and the Gulf. Pasha. March. Director Dr MS Agwani. Papers published under AHH Abidi and KR Singh Post-War Gulf. Director Dr AK Pasha. Select papers published Democratization in the Gulf: The Challenges Ahead. Director Dr A. 24-26 March.C. 1983. held on 25-26th October. AK Pasha and PC Jain Iraq in the Nineties. Papers Published.C. Pasha Contemporary Kuwait and Emerging Indo-Kuwaiti Relations. Jain Contemporary UAE and the Emerging Indo-UAE Relations on 23 March. Director Dr AK Pasha. Papers published One Day National Seminar on Globalisation and Emerging Issues in the Gulf. 1998. Director Prof A. Convener Prof. Director A. 1981 Dynamics of Development in the Gulf: Social. 1986. P. Economic and Political Dimensions. Gulshan Dietl GSP PROFILE 11 . Pasha and P.K. Papers published under G Dietl. held on 11-13 January. held on 24 &25 March 1994. 2009. Gulf Studies Programme Indian Diaspora in the Gulf countries. Papers published Indo-Iranian Relations in the Nineties. 2004. 2009 by Prof. held on 3rd September. Economy and Foreign Policy. G. Papers Published under Dr AHH Abidi Peace in the Gulf: Problems and Prospects. 2004 National Seminar on Globalization and Emerging Issues in the Gulf. Director Gulshan Dietl. Papers published Indo-Gulf Economic Relations. Director Dr G Pant. Papers published Contemporary Qatar and Emerging Indo-Qatari Ties. held on 19-20 February.Seminars/Symposiums organised India and West Asia. Director AHH Abidi.
Room No. India.K. 2010. Culture and Goods in Motion: IndiaArab Maritime Historical Relations. School of International Studies. 26704372 [O]. Gulf Studies Programme. papers published Projects Under the Programme Studies on Maritime Resources and Prospects of Cooperation with special reference to Oil and Gas Islamic Groups and ideology Maritime and Gulf Security Defense and Security issues between Gulf and South Asia. Centre for West Asian Studies. Director Prof. Pasha.K.com. Iran and Central Asia: Prospects of Cooperation Emergence of Economic Cooperation Organization: Implications for India Non-Resident Indian Entrepreneurs in the Gulf Transnational Gas Pipelines: The case of IPI China’s Energy Engagement with GCC countries Indian Entrepreneurs in Bahrain and Iran Role of Civil Society in the Political Process: A Comparative Study of UAE and Kuwait ******************* For details contact Professor A. 2] firstname.lastname@example.org. New Delhi-110067 Phones: 26704371. Pasha Director. 3-4 March.Two day international seminar on People.com 12 GSP PROFILE . 3] aftabkamal@yahoo. A.354. 26741396 [R]. JNU Email: 1] gulfstudies_jnu@yahoo. Fax: 26741586 Office: Room 360. 9811481704 [M]. Jawaharlal Nehru University. SIS.
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