About the Centre
The objective of the centre is to advance analysis of foreign policy, international relations and security issues and contribute to the expansion of knowledge of Indian and international security issues and policy and generate an awareness amongst the public at large. GNLU seeks to address the decision makers, strategic planners, academics and the media in India, South Asia and the world. The aim of the centre is to provide a platform for scholars, institutions and practitioners of foreign relation analysis, security studies, area studies, international law to interact and provide another point of view for the decision makers at both the national and international level.
Furthermore, it aims to undertake academic research leading to solutions to the challenges facing India, South Asia and the Globe. The centre shall provide timely analysis of India’s foreign policy and international affairs and recommend policy alternatives, with the belief that security and world stability are best advanced through a commitment to peace, justice and environmental protection as well as economic, political, and social rights. It also aims to build collaborative networks of researchers, policy-makers and business representatives, media and citizens nationally and internationally and to disseminate our findings and views through publications, seminars and conferences.
About the Working Paper Series
The working papers are one of its attempts to improve the accessibility of research for faculties, practitioners and students to reflect an idea or concept that is still being developed thereby improving the opportunities for discussion and comments. They will also speed up the circulation of. It allows authors to quickly disseminate new ideas and with feedback authors can modify their work and before it finally appear in journals or books. The copyright is retained with the author, allowing republishing with ease.
Working Papers are accepted on a rolling basis – A soft copy of the paper is to be mailed to email@example.com