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India-Azerbaijan
The Silk Route Connection
Nivedita Das Kundu (ED)
in association with
Indian Council of World Affairs (ICWA), New Delhi.

Hard-bound Book (6½ × 9¾)  :   Pages : 102

2012  Edition   :   ISBN - 978-81-7188-928-0

Price : Rs. 595.00 / USD 34.95

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ABOUT THE BOOK :

The relationship between India and independent Azerbaijan has now endured well over a decade. The silk route connection between India and Azerbaijan is very significant since early times, when Indian merchants used to pass through Azerbaijan while traveling towards Europe. Due to Azerbaijan’s central location in the Silk Route, Azerbaijan emerged as the largest trade centre on the long stretch of the Silk Route. In this book, mutual interest, challenges and opportunities for diversifying cooperation in various sectors have been discussed. This book reflects the changing dynamics of the situation in both the countries and their mutual needs and requirements to improve the bilateral relationship.

About the Editor:

Nivedita Das Kundu (Ph.D.), presently working as an Assistant Director (Research) with the Indian Council for Social Science Research. Earlier, she worked as a Research Fellow at the Indian Council for World Affairs and as an Associate Fellow with the Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses. She has taught in the University of Helsinki and in the University of Hannover. She has received her doctoral degrees from School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University. She was a Post-Doctoral Fellow at Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Washington DC. She is an expert on Russia and Former Soviet States with a proficiency in the Russian Language. She has contributed widely on her research area nationally and internationally. She has authored a book on “Russia and it's Near Abroad: Strategic Dynamics and Implications”, and edited books on “Russia-India-China: Evolution of Geopolitical Strategic Trends”, and “India-Russia Strategic Partnership: Challenges and Prospects”. She is a recipient of many of prestigious national as well as international fellowships like ICSSR (India), US state government fellowship, DAAD (Germany), CIMO (EU), RAS (Russia).

CCONTENTS IN DETAIL :

About the Editor/Contributors

Preface
Sudhir T. Devare

Introduction
Nivedita Das Kundu

Section I: Cultural Linkages between India and Azerbaijan

1. Azerbaijan-India: An Enduring Relationship
Tamerlan Karayev

2. India and Azerbaijan: Cultural Linkages
— Mansura Haider

3. Azerbaijan-India: Cultural Cooperation Perspectives
— Yashar Huseynli

Section II: Cooperation between India and Azerbaijan in Economic
and Energy Sector

4. India-Azerbaijan Cooperation in Economic and Energy Sector
— V.B. Soni

5. The World Financial Crisis and the Challenges to the Economy of Azerbaijan
— Azad Nagiev

6. India’s Energy Cooperation with Azerbaijan
— Nirmala Joshi

Section III: Future Prospects for Cooperation

7. Regional Security and Future Prospects for Cooperation
— Vagif Sadigov

8. Future Options for Improving Bilateral Cooperation
— Nivedita Das Kundu

Annexures

Index

 

 
   
  CONTRIBUTORS:    
 
   
 

Mansura Haider, Professor, Indira Gandhi National Center for Arts, New Delhi, India.

Yashar Huseynli, Head of the Department, Ministry of Tourism and Culture of Azerbaijan.

Nirmala Joshi, Director, India-Central Asia Foundation, New Delhi.

Tamerlan Karayev, Ambassador of Azerbaijan in India.

Azad Nagiev (Ph.D), First Secretary, Embassy of Azerbaijan in India.

Vagif Sadigov, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, Azerbaijan.

V.B. Soni, Former Ambassador of India to South Caucasus Countries.

   
       
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