Sujan R. Chinoy

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  • Ambassador Sujan R. Chinoy is the Director General of the Manohar Parrikar Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses (MP-IDSA), New Delhi. Click here for detailed profile [+]

    Risks in the nuclear order in the wake of Ukraine war

    July 04, 2024

    Director General, Manohar Parrikar IDSA, Amb Sujan R. Chinoy’s opinion piece ‘Risks in the nuclear order in the wake of Ukraine war’ has been published in First Post on 04 July 2024.

    The inability of the major nuclear powers to forge new arms control treaties that include China will have a long-term fallout on global peace and security, says Amb Chinoy.

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    India at G7: The summit & substance

    June 12, 2024

    Director General Manohar Parrikar IDSA, Amb Sujan R. Chinoy’s Opinion piece ‘India at G7: The summit & substance’ has been published in Times of India on 12 July 2024.

    Writing on Modi’s participation in the two-day meeting in Italy, Amb Chiny argues the world’s largest democracy brings much to table, from strong growth to being an FDI alternative to China.

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    Ukraine War: Military Perspectives and Strategic Reflections

    • Publisher: Pentagon Press
      2024
    The idea for this book emerged in the course of discussions during the initial stages of the Ukraine War. It was, however, realised that any attempt at drawing lessons prematurely could lead to misleading conclusions. Accordingly, instead of absolutist conjectures, the book is an exercise in identifying broader trends.

    Much water has flown under the bridge since then. Along the way, the world has been introduced to an array of new sophisticated weapons, missiles and drones that question the very relevance of established battlefield platforms such as tanks, for instance. In this volume, the contributors address several aspects of the war in an attempt to explain, elaborate and challenge existing notions with the larger aim of drawing lessons for policymakers and professionals alike.

    Ukraine War: Military Perspectives and Strategic Reflections, presents a comprehensive assessment of the ongoing conflict. Divided into five sections, the book delves into the geopolitical backdrop of the conflict, highlights its operational narrative, dissects the components of military power, explores the impact of disruptive technologies and examines the strategic ramifications of this ongoing war.

    • ISBN: 978-81-968722-8-1 ,
    • Price: ₹ 1495/-
    • E-copy available
    2024

    India’s National Security and the Way Ahead

    May 27, 2024

    Director General, Manohar Parrikar IDSA, Amb Sujan R. Chinoy’s chapter ‘India’s National Security and the Way Ahead’ has been published in NN Vohra’s edited book ‘India’s National Security Challenges’.

     

    From Kautilya to Immanuel Kant: Lessons for a world at war

    May 23, 2024

    Director General, Manohar Parrikar IDSA, Amb Sujan R. Chinoy’s article ‘From Kautilya to Immanuel Kant: Lessons for a world at war’ has been published in ‘The Indian Express’ on 23 May 2024.

    The article highlights the relevance of Immanuel Kant's ideas and India's ancient wisdom and teachings in devising a new moral compass for a global order in disarray.

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    What Putin’s rejig in Kremlin mean for relations with Delhi

    May 20, 2024

    Director General, Manohar Parrikar IDSA, Amb Sujan R. Chinoy’s opinion piece ‘What Putin’s rejig in Kremlin mean for relations with Delhi’ has been published in Hindustan Times on 20 May 2024.

    The piece analyses the recent shuffle in Kremlin by President Putin. From India's point of view, most significant is the departure of Nikolai Patrushev, long-standing Secretary of the Security Council of Russia (National Security Advisor).

    India's Policy Towards West Asia: The Modi Era

    • Publisher: Pentagon Press
      2024
    West Asia holds significant relevance for India due to a multitude of economic, political, strategic and security factors. India considers the West Asian region as its ‘extended neighbourhood.’ Since Prime Minister Narendra Modi assumed office in 2014, India’s West Asia policy has received renewed attention, marking a notable transformation in its foreign policy approach towards the countries of the region. In recent years, engagement between India and the West Asian region has moved beyond the traditionally dominant spheres of trade, energy and diaspora ties. India has emphasised cooperation in the fields of defence and security, building strategic partnerships and is exploring new areas of cooperation in sectors such as renewable energy, health, climate change, food security, connectivity and so on. Prime Minister Modi’s ‘Think West’ policy has further prioritised engagement with the West Asian countries.

    This book provides scholarly perspectives on Modi’s policy and approach towards the West Asian region. The authors reflect on different dimensions of the India–West Asia relationship, examine the key changes in India’s approach under the Modi government and explore the opportunities and prospects of cooperation in the new and emerging fields. The authors aver that Prime Minister Modi’s continuous engagement with the regional leaders at bilateral and multilateral levels, the convergence of interests between India and the West Asian countries, India’s increasing stakes in the region and a changing perception of India in the minds of regional leaders are some of the key drivers of the fast-growing India–West Asia relationship.

    • ISBN: 978-81-968722-2-9 ,
    • Price: ₹ 1295/-
    • E-copy available
    2024

    India’s Quest for Strategic Autonomy: Opportunities and Challenges in the Emerging World Order

    Good morning! General (Gen) Anil Chauhan, (Lt) Gen Bansi Ponnappa, (Lt) Gen Suchindra Kumar, (Lt) Gen Ata Hasnain, ladies and gentlemen, it is a great privilege for me to be invited this morning to be a part of the 5th General K.V. Krishna Rao Memorial Lecture. It is truly a great honour for me. I did have a chance to meet the legendary General in 1982, at a social event organised by Gen S.K. Sinha. It was the only time I met Gen Krishna Rao in flesh and blood, but I have heard a great deal about him and his outstanding attributes.

    January-March 2024

    Japan: An Anchor in India’s Economic Transformation

    April 19, 2024

    Director General, Manohar Parrikar IDSA, Amb Sujan R. Chinoy’s chapter ‘Japan: An Anchor in India’s Economic Transformation’ has been published in Pradeep S. Mehta, Anil Wadhwa and Advaiyot Sharma’s edited book ‘Economic Diplomacy: India’s Ascendancy in the 21st Century’.

    As two of Asia’s largest democracies, India and Japan have shared values that emphasise openness and transparency, rule of law, freedom of navigation and commerce in the Indo-Pacific Region, writes Amb Chinoy.

    India’s Atmanirbhar Defence Sector

    April 03, 2024

    Director General, Manohar Parrikar IDSA, Amb Sujan R. Chinoy’s article ‘Atmanirbhar in defence’ has been published in ‘The Indian Express’ on 03 April 2024.

    The transformation underway in the defence industrial complex has set the stage for multiple stakeholders to rally and promote domestic technological innovation, says Amb Chinoy.

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