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Important Documents On Security and Diplomacy

Arvind Gupta (Author) Mukul Chaturvedi (Author) Akshay Joshi (Author)
Synopsis In 2004, India agreed to commence the process of the “composite dialogue” with Pakistan after getting assurance from President Musharraf that ‘he will not permit any territory under Pakistan’s control to be used to support terrorism in any manner.” A series of joint statements between India and Pakistan Highlighted the process being made on various issues like Sir Creek, Siachin, water issues, Srinagar-Muzaffarabad bus service, etc. The united Progressive Alliance (UPA) governments in its Common Minimum Programme accorded the highest priority to “building closer political, economic and other ties” with India’s neighbours and to strengthening SAARC. India, also, further strengthened its “strategic partnerships” with Russia, the EU and the US. Prime Manmohan Singh expounded his vision for India From different platforms. He emphasized the need to adopt a comprehensive approach to national security through greater synergy between intelligence agencies and internal security structures. At the UNGA, he emphasized the need for “a more cooperative and consensual international security order” which must differentiate between states whose actions strengthen non-proliferation and those that weaken them. India’s concern about global warming, flu pandemic and information security were also highlighted at different fora. 2004 was an important year for global non-proliferation. In his speech at the NDU, US President Bush made seven proposals to deal with proliferation of WMDs. The UN Security Council Resolution 1540 of April 2004 called on states to refrain from providing support to non-state actors in the development, acquisition, use and delivery of mass destruction. Nuclear diplomacy between EU,IAEA and Iran led to the “voluntary” suspension of all enrichment and reprocessing activities by Iran. The National Security Council Secretariat (NSCS) present a collection of important documents and speeches of 2004 on security and diplomacy. It is hoped that the compilation will prove useful to researchers, analysts and students of international affairs
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About the authors

Arvind Gupta

Shri Arvind Gupta, a member of the INdian foreign Service (IFS), is a Joint Secretary at the NSCS.

Mukul Chaturvedi

Shri Mukul Chaturvedi is a Director at the NSCS.

Akshay Joshi

Shri Akshay Joshi is a Deputy Secretary at the NSCS.

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Bibliographic information

Title Important Documents On Security and Diplomacy
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2005
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Manas Publications
Language: English
isbn 8170492483
length 518p., Index; 25cm.