Indian Foreign Affairs Journal
Vol. 14, No. 4 - Oct -
India and the 'UN@75'
The United Nations Organisation officially came into existence on 24
October 1945 and will celebrate its 75th Anniversary in 2020. A few Experts
/ Strategic Analysts have been invited to analyse and offer their comments
on 'The UN@75'
The following experts on the subject have contributed to the Issue.
Former Special Secretary in the Ministry of External Affairs is a
former Permanent Representative of India to the UN offices in Geneva. He
was also India's Ambassador to Greece.
Vijay Nambiar: Former Permanent Representative of India to the
UN at New York, He was later Chef de Cabinet (Chief of Staff) of the UN
Secretary-General. in the rank of USG of the UN. Former Indian Ambassador
to Algeria, Pakistan, China, Malaysia and Afghanistan, he was also the
Deputy National Security Advisor..
Nalin Surie: is a former Secretary in the
Ministry of External Affairs and a former Deputy Permanent Representative
of India to the UN at New Tork. Ambassador of
India to Poland, China and the High Commissioner to the United Kingdom.
C.S.R. Murthy: Professor at the Centre for International Politics, Organization
and Disarmament, School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru
University, New Delhi
Monish Tourangbam: Assistant Professor, Department of
Geopolitics & International Relations, Manipal Academy of Higher
First Force Commander and Head of Mission of the United Nations
forces in the former Yugoslavia (in the grade of an Assistant Secretary
General / Under Secretary General).
Asoke Kumar Mukerji: Former Permanent Representative of
India to the United Nations in New York.
T.P. Sreenivasan: A former Perrmanent
Representative of India to the
United Nations, offices in Vienna and a former Deputy Permanent
Representative of India to the United Nations in New York. He was also
Ambassador to Austria, to Kenya and Fiji.
'India in the United Nations General
Assembly (Vol 1 & II)' by Suranjan
Das, Sitaram Sharma and Vivek Mishra (Eds)
Neelam D. Sabharwal
'Legitimacy of Power: The Permanence
of Five in the Security Council' by Dilip Sinha
'Perilous Interventions: The
Security Council and the Politics of Chaos' by Hardeep