This series will cover a wide rage of subject:
Civilisational cross fertilization, The Cold War, South Asia where one sixth of humanity resides, the
vital questions arising from attempts being made to bring about integration at Track I and Track II
levels, the increasing role being played by NGOs and civil society in harmonisingdivergences on a range
of issues, the vibrant country Vietnam its troubled past and its bright future, and related topics. These
lectures will be presented in the context of 35 years spent by the lecturer, in the practice of Diplomacy,
7 of which were as a Consul General, in charge of post which is a sub office of and Embassy and 11
years as an Ambassador to 3 countries, Greece, Vietnam and Japan.
Message to those taking this Course:
There will be an attempt to invite guest speakers who will be Ambassador from other countries. This
may lead to some changes in the titles of the lectures and the structure. The aim is to share experiences
in the craft of diplomacy, the practical aspects of conducting international relations, including bilateral
relations between 2 countries. Students from all faculties are welcome.
- Written Exam
- Graded on the basis of participation in class and group discussions and regular attendance.
- There will also be an oral interview for meritorious students