The ICCS and POLSIS are proud to present a series of talks by Professor Rajesh M. Basrur, at the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS), Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. Professor Basrur's work focuses on global nuclear politics, nuclear terrorism, South Asian security, international relations theory and human security. His publications include South Asia’s Cold War: Nuclear Weapons and Conflict in Comparative Perspective (London and Abingdon: Routledge, forthcoming, April 2008); (co-edited with Mallika Joseph) Reintroducing the Human Security Debate in South Asia (New Delhi: Samskriti Publishers, 2007); Minimum Deterrence and India’s Nuclear Security (Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 2006); (edited) Security in the New Millennium (New Delhi: India Research Press, 2001); India’s External Relations: A Theoretical Analysis (New Delhi: Commonwealth Publishers, 2000); and (edited) Perspectives on India’s Defence and Arms Control (Mumbai: University of Mumbai, 1999). He has published over 50 research papers and chapters in Contemporary South Asia, India Review, Journal of Peace Research and other journals and edited volumes.
Patterns in Cold War Rivalry
The Institute for Conflict, Cooperation and Security presents a reading group by Professor Rajesh Basrur, Professor of International Relations, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
The group will meet to discuss the second chapter in his book 'South Asia’s Cold War: Nuclear Weapons and Conflict in Comparative Perspective'. Please note a copy of the chapter is available from Jonna Nyman at: Jonnaknyman@gmail.com All are welcome.
Tuesday 25 June, 12.00- 13.00 Muirhead Tower 429,
‘India’s shift from an offensive realist to a defensive realist worldview’
The Institute for Conflict, Cooperation and Security presents a talk by Professor Rajesh Basrur, Professor of International Relations, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. All are welcome
Wednesday 26 June, 16.00- 18.00, Muirhead Tower 420,