India and South Asia Program (continued)
December 5, 2013
By Cathryn Clüver, Executive Director, The Future of Diplomacy Project
Only two weeks after national elections in Nepal, the country’s Ambassador to the US, Dr. Shankar P. Sharma, addressed an audience of Nepali ex-patriots, Harvard Kennedy School students and expert faculty at a presentation jointly hosted by the Kennedy School’s India and South Asia Program, the South Asia Institute and the Center for Public Leadership in an “off-the-record” presentation on December 3, 2013.
October 4, 2013
By Ben Lamont, Research Assistant, The Future of Diplomacy Project
Minister Khurshid addressed a crowd of students, faculty and guests at the Harvard Kennedy School as part of the India & South Asia Program’s international speaker series, co-sponsored by Harvard’s South Asia Initiative. His comments on Tuesday, October 1, 2013, followed a series of meetings at the United Nations in New York.
April 15, 2013
In an address at the Future of Diplomacy Project, Assistant Secretary of State Robert Blake stressed the growing partnership between the United States and India in both economic and security matters.
February 22, 2012
From February 16th to 24th, 2012, the India and South Asia Program, in partnership with the Future of Diplomacy Project and the South Asia Initiative, hosted South Asia Week, an extended program of events focusing on international relations and domestic policymaking in South Asia, a region of rapidly expanding global importance.
February 20, 2012
Ambassador Rao concludes the Future of Diplomacy's South Asia week, hails bilateral US-Indian cooperation on a host of economic and security concerns.
February 19, 2012
Fisher Family Fellow Shyam Saran spent nearly a week with the Future of Diplomacy Project as part of South Asia Week, an eight day long series of panels, discussions, and lectures about the role of the subcontinent in 21st century international affairs.
February 13, 2012
BJ Panda, a Member of the Lok Sabha of the Indian Parliament, remarks on the changing nature of the Indian democratic system and its impact on domestic and foreign policymaking.
November 26, 2002
By Jessica Stern, Former Lecturer in Public Policy; Former Faculty Affiliate, International Security Program, Monica Duffy Toft, Former Associate Professor of Public Policy; Former Board Member, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs; Former Director, Initiative on Religion and International Affairs. and Miriam Lanskoy
A discussion about recent events in the Russian-Chechen conflict and possible connections between Chechen fighters and international Islamist organizations.
May 27, 2002
By Ashton B. Carter, Former Co-Director, Preventive Defense Project, Harvard & Stanford Universities
Dr. Ashton B. Carter reports on his trip to Nunn-Lugar sites in Russia.
Managing the Atom
September 15, 2008
By John S. Park, Faculty Affiliate, Project on Managing the Atom
Dr. John Park discusses possible scenarios for North Korea's future following renewed speculation over the health of North Korean leader Kim Jong Il.