Global Dialogue Review

Published in Association with Global Dialogue Forum

Current Volume: 14 (2022 )

ISSN: RNI No. DELENG/2013/58940

Periodicity: Quarterly

Month(s) of Publication: March, June, September & December

Subject: Political Science & International Affairs

Online Access is Free for Life Members


Global Dialogue Review (GDR) is a quarterly foreign affairs journal committed to scholarly analysis of international issues. Circulated to a cerebral, decision-making readership around the world, it can be viewed on The quality of its production and its editorial board as well as its writers are rated highly, both internationally and domestically. GDR's parent Global Dialogue Media Group has wide ranging interests in publishing, television and production, as well as in think tanks being set up around the world. It is also known for organising business and intellectual events in India and abroad. GDR's Editorial Advisory Board includes Mr. John Agyekum Kufuor, Former President of Ghana, who had also served as Chairman of the Africa Union, Mr. Sunil Bahadur Thapa, Nepal's former Commerce and Supplies Minister, Dr. Arkebe Oqubay, a Senior Ethiopian politician who was Minister in Ethiopia's Prime Minister's Office, Vice Admiral Shekhar Sinha (Retd.), PVSM, AVSM, Nao Sena Medal and Bar (Gallantry), former Chief of Integrated Defence Staff, Indian armed forces, Ambassador A.R. Ghanashyam IFS (Retd.) and Mr. Radhakrisnan Nair, Founder and Managing Director of international home furnishings and textiles brand, Soma.

Chairman and Editor-in-Chief
Moses Manoharan

Who served with Reuters across the world for nearly two decades, and reached proficiency in political, economic, sports and diplomatic news coverage.
He was also regional head of Reuters Television, and currently runs a think tank, a TV channel as well as a documentary and television production company.

Managing Editor
Nisha Ramdas

Assistant Editor
George Pothan

Siddharth Ghosh

Director, Social Media
Ms. Mannat Narula

Director, Sales & Marketing, Operations
Siddharth Khanna

Editorial Board
Mr. John Agyekum Kufuor

Former President of Ghana

Mr. Arvind Gupta

Managing Director, OPG Power Ventures Plc

Dr. Genet Zewdie

Former Minister of Education, Ethiopia

Director General of the Women's Strategic

Development Centre, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Lt. General Arun Kumar Sahni

UYSM, SM, VSM (Retd.)

Formerly General Officer Commanding in Chief,

South Western Command

Director General of the Indian National

Association, Club of Rome.

Mr. Sunil Bahadur Thapa

General Secretary, Nepali Congress

Former Minister for Commerce and Supplies,


Mr. Shreyas Jayasimha

Founder of Aarna Law (India) and Aarna ADR


Mr. Radhakrishnan Nair

Founder and Director, Soma, an international

brand in traditional home furnishings and 


Dr. Laura Yerekesheva

Professor, Farabi Kazakh National University,

Almaty, Kazakhstan

Volume 14 Issue 3 , (Jul-2022 to Sep-2022)

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The Bay of Bengal Community's Global Aspirations

By: Prof. Dr. Rashed Uz Zaman

Page No : 155-160

In today's world of uncertainty, the Bay of Bengal community needs to find its own representation. The potential of this region is yet to be fully explored. Without creating one strong voice, it cannot emerge as an agenda-setter on a global scale. 

Author :
Dr. Rashed Uz Zaman
, from the department of International Relations, University of Dhaka, has a doctorate in Strategic Studies from the University of Reading, UK and is an Alexander von Humboldt post-doctoral research fellow at the University of Erfurt, Germany. He has been a Fulbright Visiting Professor in the department of Political Science at Vanderbilt University, US. Dr. Zaman works on strategic and international security issues, and has spoken and written extensively on Bangladesh in UN peacekeeping missions.

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Squally Sea, Geopolitical Shoals

By: Dr. Geoff Heriot

Page No : 161-169

India enjoys the prerogatives of an ascendant major power able to straddle dominant geostrategic blocs and the global south. As a smaller Eurasian power resident in the Indo-Pacific, Australia has little choice but to build overlapping networks of the like-minded and relationships of opportunity amid the turbulence. 

Author :

Dr Geoff Heriot has extensive international experience as an Australian foreign correspondent, broadcasting executive, corporate strategist and adviser on media and governance. He is state secretary of the Australian Institute of International Affairs in Tasmania. In early 2023, Anthem Press (UK) will release his book: International Broadcasting and its Contested Role in Australian Statecraft.

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India-Nepal Relations: Striking the Right Balance

By: Ambassador AR Ghanashyam IFS (Retd.)

Page No : 170-180

Several agreements on development projects that have been signed between India and Nepal need to be reviewed and updated, for implementation in the future. A single institution vested with financial and administrative powers, preferably jointly managed by both countries, could work out feasible targets. 

Author :

An alumnus of the prestigious Indian Institute of Management at Ahmedabad, Ambassador A.R. Ghanashyam IFS (Retd.) spent six years in the Oil and Shipping industries in India before joining the Indian diplomatic corps, where for the next 35 years he occupied senior positions in India and overseas. He has been Indian envoy to eight countries, including Angola and Nigeria. He currently advises and speaks on international economics and foreign policy issues.

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Ukraine, Afghan Conflicts - the Repercussions on Central Asia, India

By: Dr. Laura Yerekesheva

Page No : 181-188

India and Kazakhstan provide an appropriate platform for a Central Asia Dialogue to strengthen cooperation in trade, security partnerships, extending to humanitarian and cultural fields. This can be a platform for exchanging views from a regional point of view. 

Author :
Dr. Laura Yereksheva
, professor at al Farabi Kazakh National University, Almaty, Kazakhstan, is a globally recognised expert on religious identity and Sufism in Central and South Asia. She is also a UNESCO recognised authority on international migration in Central Asia.

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South Asia's Decline in Sport

By: Dr. Laura Yerekesheva

Page No : 181-188

Efforts to isolate sport and its international competitions from the prevailing regional turmoil has found little success. 

Author :
Mr. Prabhjot Singh
is a veteran journalist specialising in investigative, sport, environmental and business reporting. He joined The Tribune, the oldest and largest circulated English daily of North India, in 1976 and continued working for it in various capacities for almost four decades. Currently a media consultant based in Toronto/Chandigarh, he has remained associated with various news agencies, including Reuters, and media houses like PTC News (India/Canada), Parvasi Media (Canada) and the Liberal World (India). He has covered seven Olympic Games, written extensively about business and the financial markets, the health industry, public and private sector, aviation, and worked as a political reporter covering Sikh and Punjab politics. He has a special interest in the Indian diaspora in general, and Sikh diaspora in particular. In 2012, he was chosen for the International Press Institute’s prestigious special investigative journalism award for his series on exploitation of public transport by influential politicians. He is also recipient of several awards and honours in recognition of his journalism. He is the winner of three national newspaper awards; and two fellowships by media houses, including the KK Birla Foundation of the Hindustan Times. Born and raised in Punjab, India, he now lives in Toronto and is an avid sportsman.

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India Emerges as a Mediation Destination in South Asia

By: Muthupandi Ganesan

Page No : 195-201

In a post-Covid world, with trade regaining momentum, India has the potential to establish itself as a preferred mediation services provider for commercial disputes among stakeholders in South Asia, and even beyond. 

Author :
Muthupandi Ganesan
is the Chairperson, Society of Mediators London. He is a dual qualified lawyer, both in the UK and in India. He was admitted to practice as a barrister-at-law in England and Wales and is a qualified advocate in India (Tamil Nadu). He is a litigation and strategy specialist, especially in cases involving crossborder issues in bankruptcy, insolvency, restructuring and international commercial arbitration. He advises and represents both individuals and companies on a range of regulatory and commercial issues, including mergers and acquisitions, as well as directors and shareholders disputes. He also specialises in antibribery, anti-corruption, civil and criminal asset recovery under the proceeds of crime legislation in various different jurisdictions.

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EU- South Asia Ties and the Geopolitics of Connectivity

By: Ms. Priya Vijaykumar Poojary

Page No : 202-208

The EU's relationship with South Asia is fraught with complications contained in a complex mosaic of trade and development, and humanitarian aid. This severely limits its engagement with the region. Primarily, the EU does not consider South Asia a strategic region. In fact, the EU considers only India among all the South Asian countries as a strategic partner. 

Author :
Ms. Priya Vijaykumar Poojary
teaches EU affairs at the Manipal Centre for European Studies. Her work focuses on EU foreign policy with a specific focus on EU-India relations. She has co-edited Contours of India-EU Engagements: Multiplicity of Experiences. She has been a Marie-Curie EU Co-fund visiting fellow at Bremen International Graduate School of Social Sciences (BIGSSS) and had an Erasmus+ teaching fellowship at University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn, Poland and University of Wroclaw, Poland. She holds a couple of research journal articles, book chapters and newspaper columns to her credit. She is currently a Schuman trainee at the Directorate-General for the External Policies of the Union-Unit for Asia, Australia and New Zealand (AANZ), European Parliament.

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Interaction Among Youth can Unite South Asia

By: Ms. Areeba Ahsanat Moazzam

Page No : 209-215

The youth of South Asia has made substantial use of social media to connect with the world outside its borders. They have done this through interactive online games, international sporting events, movies and music. Apart from these interests, intellectual interests have also found favour among the youth and have stirred their imagination.

Author :
Ms. Areeba Ahsanat Moazzam
: (HCU, Hyderabad), is pursuing a doctorate in American Foreign Policy in the Post-Cold War Period. Her articles have been published in various journals and magazines including Sage's South Asian Survey, Journal of Politics and Governance, Global Dialogue Review, and chapters of edited books (Springer, Routledge, World Scientific, Singapore). She has presented papers at international and national conferences. She is the president and founder of Association of Indian Research Scholars (AIRS).

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India's Potential Amidst South Asia gains in a Post Covid World Order

By: Mr. Iniyavan Mathiyalagan

Page No : 216-220

With its rising stature as a Covid vaccine producing hub specifically, and a global leader in general, Reimagining South Asia; Multilateralism in Contemporary Times resonates with India's realisation of its potential through its relationships and policies. 

Mr. Iniyavan M
, is a PhD scholar at the department of Sociology, University of Hyderabad. He is a trained mechanical engineer with a Bachelor's degree from Anna University, Chennai. His broad area of research is ‘Political Sociology of Caste’ and his research interests include new social movements, legal pluralism, distinctive modalities of Dalit and Dravidian politics, affirmative policies, and State and non-State polarities.

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Chinese Economic Woes may Boost Bilateral Trade with India

By: Late Mr. Dev Varam

Page No : 221-230

China's economic tailspin has hit its investors, wage earners and the real estate, besides triggering a domino effect on other economies. India is perhaps among the few able to withstand the blow, as it has an equally huge domestic market and a largely insulated economy. 

Author :

The late Mr Dev Varam was the Editor of Global Dialogue Review. A veteran foreign correspondent with Reuters, Mr Varam was previously with The Indian Express group. He established the Reuters Mumbai Office.

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