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Current Programmes

The State of Ecology of the Tibetan Plateau

To assess the state of ecology on the Tibetan Plateau and the Himalaya, as well as the growing ecological and trans-boundary water crisis that is affecting climate change and the livelihood of millions of people in the region, and to make concrete and viable proposals for strategies and policies by convening a round table of international scientists and researchers from Bhutan, China, India, Nepal, and other countries;... Read more

The State of Ecology of the Tibetan Plateau

Tibet’s Relations with the Himalaya - III

“Tibet’s Relations with the Himalaya - III” concluded at Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh, on 25-27th October, 2013. The objective of this series was to explore in some depth the political and socio-cultural affinity amongst various communities and nationalities of the Himalaya with Tibet... Read More

Conference on Tibet’s Relations with the Himalaya Conference on Tibet’s Relations with the Himalaya

Approaches to Tibet’s History and its Relevance Today

Third Roundtable Discussion

May 13th, 2013, Seminar Hall Nr. 3, New Wing, IIC, from 3-6 p.m.

Speaker: Prof. Michael van Walt van Praag, Visiting Professor of Modern International Relations and International Law at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton...Read more

Approaches to Tibet’s History and its Relevance Today Approaches to Tibet’s History and its Relevance Today

Tibet’s Relations with the Himalaya - II

“Tibet’s Relations with the Himalaya - II” concluded in Gangtok, Sikkim, as the second programme in a three-part series. The objective of this series is to explore in some depth the cultural affinity of the various peoples of the Himalaya with Tibet in history, politics, culture and religion... Read More

Conference on Tibet’s Relations with the Himalaya Conference on Tibet’s Relations with the Himalaya

Next Decade of India-China Relations: Scope for Policy Alternatives?

Second Roundtable Discussion

Thursday, 3rd January 2013 (3 p.m. to 6 p.m) 
Seminar Hall Number 3, New Wing, Gate Number 1, India International Centre, Max Mueller Marg, New Delhi 3

China Under the New Leadership: China's Relations with India: Jayadeva Ranade
Overview of the Sino-Tibetan Dialogue: Lodi Gyari Rinpoche
The Coming Collapse of China and What it Means for India: Gordon Chang

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Next Decade of India-China Relations: Scope for Policy Alternatives? Next Decade of India-China Relations: Scope for Policy Alternatives?

Programmes Held

Tibet’s Relations with the Himalaya - I

The Foundation for Non-Violent Alternatives (FNVA) has conceived of this conference, entitled “Tibet’s Relations with the Himalaya” as the first in a three-part series to be held successively in J&K, Sikkim and Arunchal Pradesh... Read More

Conference on Tibet’s Relations with the Himalaya Conference on Tibet’s Relations with the Himalaya

Governing Practices of the Tibetan Government in Exile

First Roundtable Discussion
Friday, 21st September 2012
India International Center (IIC), Annexe

Speaker: Dr. Fiona McConnell, Visiting Scholar
The topics of the discussion was centered around the ideas of legitimacy of the Tibetan Government-in-Exile as well as possible future scenarios it could face in the coming future. ... Read More

Current State of Affairs in Tibet: Reasons?

This conference will address the nature of the Chinese Constitution, the Regional Autonomy Law and the manner in which it is being implemented both in spirit and letter. This conference will bring out how and why the very basic fundamental rights are being denied to the Tibetans even after 60 years of occupation of Tibet and declaring it as a part of the Motherland... Read More

Current State of Affairs in Tibet: Reason?

River Water Issues: Perspectives & Challenges for Asia

Tenzin Norbu of DIIR-Environment Desk (River Water Conference) Speaker at River Water Issue Conference

News from China: Epoch times, Chinadaily, Shanghai Daily, Caixin Online and China Digital Times

Current Research

Impact of Imports from China on the Indian Economy in General and Employment in Particular:  The aim of present study is to ascertain the impact of Chinese imports on employment, livelihood and other social fall outs and its effects on the Indian economy, especially the small, tiny and the unorganized sector, the backbone of India's economy. The outcomes of the study will be useful for formulating a more realistic trade policy at the grass-root level..read more

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