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  • International Relations: Search for Security and Development (New Delhi, 2007)
  • International Relations: A Framework For Analysis (New Delhi, 2004)
  • Global States (New Delhi, 2002)
  • Corruption: The Asian Experience (New Delhi, 2002)
  • Global Terror (New Delhi, 2001)
  • United Nations in a Changing World (New Delhi, 1998)
  • Science Technology and India’s Foreign Policy (New Delhi, 1994)


  • “Terrorism in South Asia: Causes and Cure“, published in Eternal India, Vol. 3, Number 4, January 2011.
  • “Domestic politics as a Determinant of Indo-US Nuclear Deal”, in N.K. Jha, ed. Nuclear Synergy: Indo-US Strategic Cooperation and Beyond, (New Delhi: Pentagon, 2009).
  • “Combatting Terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir”, Anasakti Darshan, Vol3, No.2, July-December 2007.
  • “Terrorism and Governance in Kashmir”, in the Journal of Conflict Studies (Canada), Winter 2004.
  • “Makers of India’s Foreign Policy” by J.N. Dixit, (Book Review), in the India Quarterly, October-December 2004.
  • “Globalization and Regionalism in the Asia Pacific Region” in Govind Prasad and Anil Dutta Mishra, eds., Globalization: Myth and Reality, (New Delhi: Concept, 2004).
  • “Science and Technology Cooperation in South Asia: Imperatives, Impediments and Prospects”, in N.K. Jha, ed., South Asia in the 21st Century (New Delhi: South Asia, 2003).
  • “The Rise of New Great Powers: Technology and International Relations after the Cold War”, in Dilip H. Mohite and Amit Dholakia, eds., India and the Emerging World Order (New Delhi: Kalinga, 2001).
  • “Governance and Development in South Asia: The Role of Canadian Organisations”, (with Chandra Mohan) in Indian Journal of Canadian Studies, Vol. IX, 2000.
  • “Towards a Great power: Imperatives of Technological Strategy”, in N.K. Jha, ed., India’s Foreign Policy in a Changing World (New Delhi: South Asia, 2000).
  • “Political Economy of Telecom Reforms in Canada and India,” Indian Journal of Canadian Studies, Vol. VIII, 1999.
  • “Pathways to Asian Cooperation in Science and Technology”, in V.P. Kharbanda and Ashok Jain, eds., Science and Technology: Strategies for Development (New Delhi: Haranand, 1999).
  • “Canadian Presence on the Internet: Challenges and Opportunities”, Indian Journal of Canadian Studies, Vol. VII, 1998.
  • “United States and the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Forum”, in Dilip Mohite, ed., India, United States and the Emerging World Order (Baroda: M.S. University, 1995).
  • “Indo-US Space Relations at Crossroads”, in Vinay Malhotra, ed., Indo-US Relations in the Nineties (New Delhi: Anmol, 1995).
  • “South Korea”, in A. Rahman, ed., Science, Technology and Development (New Delhi: Wiley Eastern, 1995).
  • “Former Soviet Union”, ibid.
  • “Japan”, ibid.
  • “US-India Cooperation in Science and Technology” (with A.Rahman), in A.P. Rana, ed., Four Decades of Indo-US Relations (New Delhi: Haranand, 1994).
  • “India’s Quest for Autonomous Capability in Space Technology”, U.P. Journal of Political Science, Vol. 5, No.1-2, 1993.
  • “Political Economy of Industrialisation in East Asia,” Indian Journal of Political Science, Vol.LIV, No.1, Jan.-Mar. 1993.
  • “Canada-US Free Trade Agreement”, in Ram Rattan, ed., Canadian Political System in the 1990’s (New Delhi: Kalinga, 1993).
  • “US Trade Policy Towards Newly Industrializing Countries”, in P.M. Kamath and Muttalik Desai. eds., Indian Perspectives on American Studies (New Delhi: Prestige, 1993).
  • “Science, State and Dependence”, Indian Journal of Political Science, Vol LIII No.1, Jan.Mar.1992.
  • “US Foreign Policy and Technology Transfer to India”, in B.P. Dalal, ed., Indian Contribution to American Studies (Bombay: Somaiya, 1992).
  • “Politics of Science in India”, in Jayant V. Narlikar, ed. Philosophy of Science (Shimla: Indian Institute of Advanced Study, 1992)
  • “Political Culture and Electoral Choice”, in V.M. Bachal, ed., People’s Mandate (Pune: Dastane, 1992).
  • “Scientific Development and Political Change”, Indian Journal of Political Science, Vol LI No.4, Oct.-Dec. 1991.
  • “Peace and Power in Jawahar Lal Nehru’s Foreign Policy”, Journal of Political Studies, Vol. XXIII, No.II, Sept. 1990.
  • “Politics of Technology Transfer”, U.P. Journal of Political Science, Vol.2 No.1, Jan.- Jun. 1990.
  • “Foreign Policy as a Determinant of Technological Development and Exchange”, Journal of Political Studies, Vol. XXVII No.1, Feb. 1989.
  • “Science, Technology and Foreign Policy”, Teaching Politics, Vol. XII, No. 4, December 1986.

International Conference Presentations

  • “Strategies for Development in India and Canada”, presented at International Seminar on India and Canada organized by Center for Canadian studies, Himachal Pradesh University, Shimla, March 2011.
  • “Emerging India and the Impediment of Terrorism”, presented at International conference on Emergence of India as a Global Player organized by Global India Foundation, at Jadavpur University, Kolkata, March 2011.
  • “India and the War on Terrorism”, presented at International Conference on ‘Global Security Flexibility, Issues, and the Thin Lines on the War Against Terrorism’ organized by Ambivium Institute of International Security, Washington D.C., February 2011.
  • “India’s Great Power Status: Aspirations, Capabilities and Constraints” presented at the 46th Annual Convention of International Studies Association, Honolulu, Hawii, USA, March 2005.
  • “US Hegemony in South Asia: Exploring the Limits of Neo-Realism”, presented at the 45th International Studies Association Conference, Montreal, Canada, March 2004.
  • “India’s Big Leap Forward”, presented at the Glendon College, York University, Conference, Toronto, Canada, February 2004.
  • “US War on Terrorism: Impact on Kashmir”, presented at the University of Leicester Colloquium, University College London, London, February 2003.
  • “Global States in the Asia Pacific Region”, presented at the XVIX IACS International Conference, University of Mysore, Mysore, January 2003.
  • “Technology and Education in Canada”, presented at the XVI  IACS International Conference on Canadian Studies, Jadavpur University, Calcutta, April 2000.
  • “Religion and Violence in India”, presented at the Center for Peace and Conflict Studies, McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada, June 1999.
  • “Telecom Policy for the Information Age: Canada and India”, presented at the XV IACS International Conference on Canadian Studies, Himachal Pradesh University, Shimla, April 1999.
  • “Information Highway and Nationalism in Canada”, presented at the XIV  IACS International Conference on Canadian Studies, Pondicherry University, Pondicherry, January 1998.
  • “American Multinationals in India”, presented at the Australia New Zealand American Studies Association Conference, Christchurch, New Zealand, February 1996.
  • “Integrating Science Technology and Economy: Canadian and Indian Experience”, presented at the XII IACS International Conference on Canadian Studies, University of Kerala, Trivandrum, January 1996.
  • “Science Policy Reforms in India”, presented at the University of Toronto Seminar, Toronto, Canada, October 1995.
  • “Science and Technology Cooperation in the Asia Pacific Region”, presented at the XVI
  • World Congress of the International Political Science Association, Berlin, Germany, August 1994.
  • “Science Policy Reforms in Canada”, presented at the X IACS International Conference on Canadian Studies, University of Goa, Panaji, May 1994.
  • “Technology and Politics in the East Asian NICs”, presented at the University of Illinois Seminar, Urbana –Champaign, USA, March 1993.
  • “Continuity and Change in Indian Political Culture”, presented at the University of California Seminar, Berkeley, USA, March 1993.
  • “Technological Innovation in the Newly Industrializing Countries”, presented at the University of Denver Seminar, Denver, USA, March 1993.
  • “Imperialism in Space: US sanctions against Indian Space Research Organisation”, presented at the Joint EASST-4S Conference, Gothenburg, Sweden, August 1992.
  • “Syncretism of Indian and Western Science”, presented at the National Center for Scientific Research Colloquium, Paris, France, April 1990.

National Conference Presentations

  • “Changing Nature of Foreign Policy”, invited lecture delivered at Hemwati Nandan Bahuguna University, Srinagar, Uttaranchal, 1 March 2011.
  • “India in a Globalised World”, invited lecture delivered at Hemwati Nandan Bahuguna University, Srinagar, Uttaranchal, 28 February 2011.
  • “Technological images of Canada”, presented at the Chowdhary Charan Singh University, Seminar, Meerut, February 2000.
  • “India’s Environment Market: Opportunities for Canada”, presented at the Center for Indian Development Studies Seminar, Chandigarh, November 1998.
  • “Federal Reforms in Canada: Lessons for India”, presented at the Indian Association for Canadian Studies Seminar, Himachal Pradesh University, Shimla, October, 1998.
  • “Women and Environment”, presented at the Jamia Milia University Seminar, New Delhi, December 1997.
  • “Communication Revolution and Cultural Identity in Canada”, presented at  the Indian Association for Canadian Studies Seminar, University of Jammu, Jammu, May 1996.
  • “American Science Policy after the Cold War”, presented at the Jawaharlal Nehru University Seminar, New Delhi, March 1996.
  • “The Rise of New Great Powers”, presented at the University of Baroda Seminar, Baroda,  November 1995.
  • “Technology and International Relations”, presented at the Rajasthan Political Science Association Conference, Jaipur, November 1995.
  • “Regional Cooperation and India in the Post Cold War Era”, presented at the Joint Workshop on Technological Strategies in India and China, National Institute of Science Technology and Development Studies, New Delhi, September 1995.
  • “The Political Economy of Technology Transfer in Indo-US Relations”, presented at the National Seminar on India and the New Technology Order, Mahatama Gandhi University, Kottayam,  August 1995.
  • “India, America and the New World Disorder”, presented at the Indian Association for American Studies Conference, Pondicherry University, Pondicherry,  January 1995
  • “Human Rights and International Politics”, presented at the Jamia Milia University Seminar, New Delhi, June 1994.
  • “Technology, Power and State”, presented at the 81st Indian Science Congress, Jaipur, January 1994.
  • “Technological Development in Asia’s ‘Four Tigers’”, presented at the National Institute of Science Technology and Development Studies Seminar, New Delhi, June 1993.
  • “Soviet Economic Crisis”, presented at the University of Delhi Seminar, New Delhi, December 1991.
  • “US Technology Policy and Global Competition”, presented at the US Educational Foundation in India Seminar, Hyderabad, April 1991.
  • “A Culturalist Perspective on the Ninth General Election in India”, presented at the Indian Political Science Association Conference, Ujjain, December 1990.
  • “India’s Quest for Regional Hegemony During the Nehru Years”, presented at the Indian Political Science Association Conference, Pune, November 1989.
  • “Foreign-aid Policy Making in the United States: A case study of US aid for Bokaro Steel Plant”, presented at the Indian Association for American Studies Conference, Pune, March 1987.

Newspaper and Magazine Articles

  • “Combating Terrorism in South Asia”  South Asia Politics, January 2005.
  • “Bush Re-election and Indian Economy” South Asia Politics, December 2004.
  • “Lessons from Kandhar,” Perceptions, February 2000.
  • “Combating Corruption,” Perceptions, January 2000.
  • “His Master’s Voice,” The Hindustan Times, 25 February 1999.
  • “Cradles of Democracy,” The Hindustan Times, 18 February 1999.
  • “Safety Valve,” The Hindustan Times, 11 February 1999.
  • “The Purse Strings,” The Hindustan Times, 4 February 1999.
  • “President’s Role,” The Hindustan Times, 28 January 1999.
  • “For God’s Sake,” The Hindustan Times, 21 January 1999.
  • “Ordinance Raj,” The Hindustan Times, 14 January 1999.
  • “Defending the Forces,” The Hindustan Times, 7 January 1999.
  • “Security Measure,” The Hindustan Times, 31 December 1998.
  • “No smoke without fire,” The Hindustan Times, 24 December 1998.
  • “Politics of Polarisation,” The Hindustan Times, 17 December 1998.
  • “Choosing the right PM,” The Hindustan Times, 10 December 1998.
  • “Question marks on leadership,” The Hindustan Times, 3 December 1998.
  • “President as lawmaker,” The Hindustan Times, 26 November 1998.
  • “The Debate Continues..,” The Hindustan Times, 12 November 1998.
  • “State autonomy and Article 356,” The Hindustan Times, 29 October 1998.
  • “Climb Every Mountain,” The Hindustan Times, 8 October 1998.
  • “A walk in the clouds,” The Times of India, 3 June 1998.
  • “The Golden Sparrow Treks,” The Hindustan Times, 18 October 1998.
  • “Everest at base value,” The Hindustan Times, 20 August 1997.
  • “Value based basic education,” Gurgaon Recorder, 19 July 1997.
  • “Salwanians on top,” Gurgaon Recorder, 14 June 1997.
  • “China averts trade war with the US,” The Pioneer, 27 June 1996.
  • “Blaze a trail,” The Hindustan Times, 4 May 1996.
  • “A bankrupt United Nations at the helm,” The Pioneer, 4 may 1996.
  • “Keating takes a beating,” The Pioneer, 5 March 1996.
  • “Chinese diaspora turns homeward,” The Pioneer, 18 February 1996.
  • “Trade tops Chretien’s agenda,” The Pioneer, 15 January 1996.
  • “Vietnam enters the club,” The Pioneer, 30 December 1995.
  • “The rise and fall of great powers,” The Pioneer, 24 December 1995.
  • “APEC: economic powerhouse of the next century,” The Pioneer, 23 November 1995.
  • “Confusion in Canada,” The Pioneer, 5 November 1995.
  • “The Global Technology Race, The Pioneer, 10 September 1995.
  • “Storm over the Pacific,” The Pioneer, 7 September 1995.
  • “Devising a security framework,” The Pioneer, 8 August 1995.
  • “Emerging contours of a constructive engagement,” The Pioneer, 26 July, 1995.
  • “The Triumph of the Asian Way,” The Pioneer, 16 July 1995.
  • “Averting the trade war,” The Pioneer, 1 July 1995.
  • “From breakthrough to fusion,” The Hindustan Times, 12 April 1995.
  • “The empire strikes back,” The Pioneer, 22 February 1995.
  • “Games American children play,” The Pioneer, 2 February 1995.
  • “The Pacific Discord,” The Pioneer, 24 January 1995.
  • “Reinventing the city’s historical identity,” The Pioneer, 24 January 1995.
  • “The technology factor in Indo-US relations,” The Pioneer, 12 January 1995.
  • “From Seattle to Bogor:Heralding the Pacific Century,” The Pioneer, 20 November 1994.
  • “The battle for the UN,” The Pioneer, 23 October 1994.
  • “Cowboy takes on the Samurai,” The Pioneer, 30 August 1994.
  • “The changing East Asian security perspective,” The Pioneer, 5 August 1994.
  • “Looking at the rising sun,” Mirror Today, July 1994.
  • “Dealing with North Korea,” Mirror Today, June 1994.
  • “Who twisted who’s arm,” Mirror Today, June 1994.
  • “China voices concern on human rights,” Mirror Today, April 1994.
  • “Taiwan goes hi-tech,” Mirror Today, December 1993.
  • “India-China accord,” Mirror Today, November 1993.
  • “China: the new arms merchant,” Financial Express, 22 September 1993.
  • “South Korea: getting the competitive edge,” Financial Express, 12 September 1993.
  • “China: on the hi-tech path,” Financial Express, 29 August 1993.
  • “Asian Resurgence,” Financial Express, 15 August 1993.
  • “Decline of US technological dominance,” Mainstream, 24 September 1988.
  • “Why has the US lost out on commercial technology,” Times of India, 6 September 1988.
  • “East West Technology Transfer,” Mainstream, 9 July 1988.
  • “Science and technology in Indo-US relations,” Mainstream, 14 May 1988.
  • “Indo-Pak nuclear equation,” Mainstream, 16 January 1988.
  • “Technology as an instrument of foreign policy,” Mainstream, 12 December 1987.
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