A career diplomat, Satish Chandra served as India’s Permanent Representative to the UN Offices in Geneva and later as High Commissioner to Pakistan. He, subsequently, went on to head the National Security Council Secretariat and was Deputy National Security Advisor.

Contributions 
Questioning India's Robust Response to the Chinese Threat is Anti National The current Sino Indian faceoff is the most serious since the 1962 conflict. Strung across hundreds of kilometres and encompassing many contentious areas it has been marked by scuffles between the two sides resulting in scores of casualties and heavy...

Sino Indian Faceoff: An Inflection Point in Relations The ongoing Sino-Indian faceoff at several points in Ladakh as well as at Naku La in Sikkim have brought the relationship to an inflexion point. While examining the extraordinary gravity of this face off -- a product of Chinese duplicity and aggressi...

बेहतर कल के लिए उठाएं कोविड-19 का फायदा हम लॉकडाउन के चौथे चरण में कदम रखने वाले हैं और इस बात की समीक्षा करने का यह एकदम सही समय है कि भा...

Leveraging COVID-19 for a Better Tomorrow As we are about to enter lockdown 4.0 it is an opportune moment to evaluate how India has handled the Covid-19 challenge so far, to assess the evolving situation both in terms of the progression of the disease and its ramifications, and to contemplat...

To Lockdown or Not All Indians await with bated breath the government's decision as to what should be done on expiry of the current countrywide lockdown. There are no easy answers and this is an occasion when no one would envy being in Prime Minister Modi's shoes. Indi...

Monographs 
India's Relations with its SAARC Neighbours India's relations with its SAARC neighbours have, over the decades, oscillated from very good to stressed barring Pakistan and Bhutan. With the former they have generally been very bad and with the latter very good. With the rest, notably Afghanistan...

Outreach 
India-Pak: Calls for de-escalation and dialogue smack of defeatism Published in The Sunday Guardian on 9th March 2019....

The Trinity Of Power Published in The Indian Express on 19th November 2018....

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