CSAS-KAS Partnership

The Konrad Adenauer Stiftung (KAS) organized a study tour of Germany Read More

Publications

Report on Refugees & IDPs in South Asia

Refugees & IDPs in South Asia


Report on Region Conference on Integrating Global Responses to Climate Change and Energy Security

Report on Region Conference on Integrating Global Responses to Climate Change and Energy Security

Realizing the Vision of a South Asian Union

Realizing the Vision of a South Asian Union

Afghanistan in SAARC

Towards deeper engagement

Nepal's National Interests-II

Secularism, Free and Responsible Media and Foreign Employment

Regional Environmental Issues

Water and Disaster Management

SAARC Towards Meaningful Cooperation

SAARC Towards Meaningful Cooperation

Towards a More Cooperative South Asia

Towards a More Cooperative South Asia

Energy and Environmental Security

A Cooperative Approach In South Asia

Nepal's National Interests

Foreign Policy, Internal Security, Federalism, Enegry-Economy

New Nepal: The Fault Lines

This book analyses the tumultuous situation inpost-republic Nepal, with spot diagnosis of the major issues facing the country such as Read More

India's North East Region

Insurgency,Economic Development and linkage with South East Asia



COSATT Meeting held in Bantos Island, Maldives


CSAS hosts a team from Air War College of the U.S. in Kathmandu.


Consortium of South Asian Think-Tank Heads met at Galle Face Hotel Sri Lanka (June 6-7, 2011) to discuss energy and environmental security in South Asia. Director Nishchalnath Pandey participated on behalf of Nepal.


CCOSATT Members Discuss Regional Connectivity in Thimpu –Sep. 10-14, 2012


CSAS participates in the South Asia and Gulf Strategic Forum organized by NESA Center in Bangkok on Nov. 6-9, 2012
Publications

New Nepal : The Fault Lines

This book analyses the tumultuous situation inpost-republic Nepal, with spot diagnosis of the major issues facing the country such as ...

India's North East Region

Insurgency, Economic Development and linkage with South East Asia

Security Sector Reforms in Nepal: If not Now, When?

Nepal's security sector is in a state of transition: from an old structural hierarchy in the security, judicial and administrative sectors to a security apparatus that is more democratic, transparent and accountable to the people.

The Centre for South Asian Studies (CSAS) is involved in various national, regional and international networks such as:-
  • CSAS is a member of the Regional Network of Strategic Study Centers (RNSSC) led by NESA Center, Washington D.C.
  • CSAS is the Convener of the Consortium of South Asian Think-tanks (COSATT) supported by Political Dialogue Asia Programme of the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung.
  • CSAS is a founder member of the South Asian Regional Research Forum (SARRF), led by BIPSS, Dhaka. - CSAS is a founder member of the Nepal Security Sector network (NSSN), Kathmandu.
  • CSAS is a founder member of the Nepal Security Sector network (NSSN), Kathmandu.
  • Director Pandey was Visiting Research Fellow at the Institute of South Asian Studies (ISAS), an autonomous Institute under the National University of Singapore from 2006-2007 and is currently Honourary Fellow of the ISAS. While at ISAS, he authored the book 'India's North- Eastern Region: Insurgency, Economic Development and Linkages with South East Asia' published jointly by ISAS and Manohar Publishers, Delhi.
  • Director Pandey is at present International Research Committee member of the Regional Centre for strategic Studies (RCSS), Colombo.
  • Director Pandey was Journal Referee in 2008 of Strategic Analysis, published by Institute of Defence Studies and Analyses (IDSA), New Delhi.

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Director Pandey with Dr. Henry Kissinger at the Global Strategic Review, Geneva