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Central Asia and South Caucasus Affairs: 2006
Central Asia and South Caucasus Affairs: 2006
 
Regional Security Issues: 2006
Regional Security Issues: 2006
 
Between the Black and Caspian Seas: New Challenges and Opportunities for the South Caucasus
Between the Black and Caspian Seas: New Challenges and Opportunities for the South Caucasus
 
 
Regional Security Issues
Regional Security Issues
 
The South Caucasus as a Part of the Wider Europe
The South Caucasus as a Part of the Wider Europe
 
India-Central Asia: Reinforcing Traditional Relationship Through Synergy of Culture & Energy   Last Updated ( Tuesday, 28 August 2007 )

This Conference shall be a meeting point for scholars and researchers carrying out inter-societal and comparative research on India, India’s foreign relations and the Central Asian societies. We expect participation of prominent scholars from Central Asian Republics, China, Japan and Indian institutions to this Conference & that way this Conference is going to strengthen and develop network between the scholars working in various European and Asian institutions with those scholars working in India. This Conference shall contribute in evolving a framework for a better and in-depth research and studies on the region and inter-state symbiotic relations for a better understanding and further cooperation for peace and development of Asian region in general and these societies in particular.

Gwalior is a dynamic and all encompassing oriental city with all its glories, deeds and splendour racing to transform it to be little more modern. Its amalgamated secular credentials through Bodh, Jain, Hindu, Sufi and Bhakti traditions throughout this turbulent last millennium and is credited for it’s purest of spoken form of Hindi language. It is the only city after Delhi, which has attracted history writing in ancient, medieval and modern era alike, which is reflected in its architecture, music and living traditions.

SUB-THEMES: -

1. Impact of Culture on Energy development;
2. Oil for Development: Social Spill over of Oil Economy;
3. Oil and Societal Development;
4. Pipeline Politics;
5. Oil-geopolitics;
6. Problem of Integration of Central Asia in World Economy;
7. Central Asia Cockpit of New Rivalries;
8. India-Central Asia Cultural Relations; and
9. India’s Bilateral Relations with Central Asian Countries in the  Present
Scenario.
10. History & Historiography in Pre-Soviet / Soviet/ Post-Soviet/
Contemporary Perspective
11. Ethnicity; Minority; Migration; Drug-trafficking; Human Rights; Religion and Culture; Globalisation v/s Indigenisation; International Relations; Science, Technology and Environment; Gender and Society; Local History; Central Asia: Tradition to Modernity or Any other contemporary/relevant issue on the area in focus.