The Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses (IDSA) was established as a registered society in New Delhi on November 11, 1965. Its mission is to provide objective assessments of issues relating to national and international security.
It is funded by the Indian Ministry of Defence but operates as a non-partisan and autonomous body
The following were IDSA members “interviewed ” by Shalom Salomon Wald and Arielle Kandel for producing the book Emerging Super Powers of non-Biblical traditions –2ncommissioned by the The Jewish People Policy Institute (JPPI) is an independent professional policy planning think tank incorporated as a private non-profit company in Israel. The mission of the Institute is to ensure the THRIVING OF THE JEWISH PEOPLE and the Jewish CIVILIZATION by engaging in PROFESSIONAL STRATEGIC THINKING AND PLANNING on issues of primary concern to WORLD JEWRY . Located in Jerusalem, the concept of JPPI regarding the Jewish People is global, and includes aspects of major Jewish communities with Israel as one of them, at the core.
Why are individuals working in a Government of India funded Society tasked with objective assessments of issues relating to national and international security of India doing interviews with an Institution like the JPPI whose job is to ensure the thriving of the Jewish people and the Jewish civilization
Arent these eminent anal ysts capable of comprehending that the two (security of India and the thriving of the Jewish civilization might just might be mutually exclusive???
Uday Bhaskar father of Swara Bhaskar ex Director of IDSA and NMF Presently Director Society for Policy Studies (SPS) Influential
Rajiv Nayan Senior Associate IDSA
S. Samuel C. Rajiv IDSA Bar Illan Unniversity Israel
S. Samuel C. Rajiv has published multiple articles prasing
Meena Singh Roy, IDSA
Arvind Gupta Vivekananda International Foundation IDSA JNU IFS TISS Former Deputy National Security Advisor (2014-2017)
Hriday Ch. Sarma Research Fellow IDSA also doing PHD in Energy Studies Programme at the School of International Relations, JNU
Hriday is also a fellow with the Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting in America (CAMERA) an unapologetic pro Israel Zionist body
Ajey Lele IDSA Former Wing Commander IAF
Tanvi Madan is a Fellow, Foreign Policy; Director, The India Project, Brookings Institution
The India Project leverages Brookings’ multidisciplinary expertise to research and analyze critical policy issues related to India, as well as U.S.-India relations. Affiliated scholars conduct research and analysis, contribute to the public debate, and provide policy recommendations in the areas of their expertise. Their research has focused on three clusters:(1) Foreign and Security Policy, examining India’s role in the world(2) Social and Economic Development, researching the Indian economy(3) Energy and Climate Change, analyzing Indian energy policies
None of the India Project’s goals have anything to do with Israel or IDSA yet there she is requesting IDSA people to attend an India Israel “event”
Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) is a public university located in New Delhi JNU was established by an act of Parliament in 1966 Coming into being in 1969, three years after its establishment by Parliament, JNU brought frontier disciplines and newer perspectives The Indian School of International Studies was merged with the Jawaharlal Nehru University in June 1970.
Jawaharlal Nehru University is the foremost university in India, and a world-renowned centre for teaching and research.
The Indian School of International Studies is particularly full of Tribe worshiping idolaters (Hindus)
Ambassadpr Michael Carmon in Oct 2017 at JNU
First of a kind meeting with Q and A session with #DptyMinister (no idea which of Modi Govts Shabbos Goys that is) thanks to Mamidala Jagadesh Kumar Vice-Chancellor, JNU and Professor of Electrical Engineering, IIT Delhi.
While many Academics and Deans and Professors from many other nations so meet and interact with students it is very rare if not unique for Ambassadors and Consuls to be meeting students
How many former Ambassadors land up in JNU to speak about their countries foreign policy ? and who issues such invitations? or do the Ambassadors just plonk themselves in one of India’s supposedly liberal socialist left leaving Universities and go about meeting students?
Here is a video of Oren featuring in Israel: The Antidote for Neo-Paganism Dr. Michael Oren Deputy Minister for Diplomacy
Oren launches into what appears to be a bid to appeal to the Christian evangelical audience, bemoaning the fact that the “universal morality of the Old Testament” was being threatened by “neo-paganism.”
And in case you are wondering all you savarna JNU Hindoos you are pagans of the highest order So Shanah Tovah to you goyim donkeys
Not surprisingly tacky Kumar is a proponent of the cheap mindless “patriotism” sweeping the highest echelons of Indian intelligentsia
The Prince of Puerility hasnt deigned it important enough to speak about real issues affecting real members of the armed forces
If the silly twit is really interested in problems affecting the Indian armed forces he would do well to address these issues instead of planting tanks in campuses
Some of JNUs Tribe worshiping faculty like Tiwari has literally pledged their loyalty to Jews and Jerusalem
Anand Ranganathan is an Associate Professor Special Centre for Molecular Medicine JNU
Heeraman Tiwari is a Professor at thr Centre for Historical Studies. School of Social Sciences. Jawaharlal Nehru University
P. R. Kumaraswamy is professor of Middle Eastern Studies at Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi and a former research fellow at the Harry S. Truman Institute for the Advancement of Peace in Jerusalem. His many publications include The Historical Dictionary of the Arab-Israeli Conflict. Kumaraswamy, is also a Professor of the BESA (Begin–Sadat Center for Strategic Studies Center ). Kumaraswamy authored a 2002 study for AJC entitled “Indian-Israeli Relations: Humble Beginnings, a Bright Future.” The Begin–Sadat Center for Strategic Studies (BESA Center) is an Israeli think tank conducting policy-relevant research on Middle Eastern and global strategic affairs
Vijeta Uniyal who merely studied in JNU is a professional Shabbot Goy He earns a living as a propagandist for the Jew World Order Vijeta Uniyal is an Indian journalist based in Europe. He is Contributing Editor for the Commentator and Senior Distinguished Fellow at New York-based Gatestone Institute. He graduated from the Jawaharlal Nehru University (New Delhi) and worked for more than 10 years in international organisations, including German Foreign Office, German Minister for Economics and Technology, Goethe Institute and Humboldt Foundation. Grade A Shabbos Goy