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Bearing in mind the particular importance Russia attaches to its relations with India, the Russian International Affairs Council has arranged a series of expert workshops dedicated to specific areas of bilateral relations. The following postulates represent the preliminary results of this work. The key objective here is to test some hypotheses related to developing cooperation between Russia and India. We address readers anticipating some sort of feedback. Taking into account readers’ comments and proposals a final version of the postulates will be subsequently prepared and published.

Bearing in mind the particular importance Russia attaches to its relations with India, the Russian International Affairs Council has arranged a series of expert workshops dedicated to specific areas of bilateral relations. The following postulates represent the preliminary results of this work. The key objective here is to test some hypotheses related to developing cooperation between Russia and India. We address readers anticipating some sort of feedback. Taking into account readers’ comments and proposals a final version of the postulates will be subsequently prepared and published.

Authors:
V.I. Trubnikov, General of the Army (Chairman); A.G. Volodin, Dr. of Economics (Co-Chairman); S.I. Lunev, Dr. of History (Co-Chairman); E.A. Bragina, Dr. of Economics; B.M. Volkhonsky, Dr. of Philology; G.A. Ivashentsov; K.V. Makienko; O.V. Malyarov, Dr. of Economics; P.V. Topychkanov, Ph.D. in History; A.V. Frolov, Dr. of Political Science; T.L. Shaumyan, Ph.D. in History; F.N. Yurlov, Dr. of History; V.I. Yurtaev, Dr. of History.

Postulates on Russia-India Relations, 1.6 Mb

 

Vyacheslav Trubnikov (General of the Army, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Russia, IMEMO Board of Directors member, RIAC member):

I can envisage our relations developing in the nuclear power sector and our two countries achieving stable cooperation in this sphere, rather than supplies of oil or even liquefied gas.

Interview with Vyacheslav Trubnikov



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