P S Raghavan was, from 2016 to 2020, Chairman of the National Security Advisory Board (NSAB), which advises India’s National Security Council on strategic and security issues. He engaged on these issues with departments and think tanks in India and outside.

From 1979 to 2016, he held diplomatic positions in USSR, UK, Poland, South Africa and Vietnam, and was India’s Ambassador to Czech Republic, Ireland and Russia. From 2000 to 2004, he was Joint Secretary in the Prime Minister's Office, dealing with foreign affairs, nuclear energy, space, defence and national security. As Secretary (2013-14) in the Ministry of External Affairs, he was in charge of India’s external economic relations and the Administration, Security and e-governance departments. He founded and headed the Development Partnership Administration, which coordinates India’s economic partnership with developing countries.

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अमेरिका और रूस फिर आए एक साथ 16 जून को जिनेवा में अमेरिका-रूस शिखर-सम्मलेन बैठक के बाद सार्वजनिक रूप से बताए गए "निष्कर्षों" के...

US and Russia Engage Again The publicly-stated “outcomes” from the US-Russia summit meeting in Geneva on June 16 are well-known: return of their Ambassadors to their respective stations; foreign office discussions on restoration of diplomatic properties and staff strengths...

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