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Shyam Saran


Man who never missed his date with polls: Shyam Saran Negi mourned

November 05, 2022 10:16 pm

Independent India’s first voter died on Saturday, three days after casting his vote for the coming Himachal elections through postal ballot.

Shyam Saran at Idea Exchange: ‘China made a wrong bet… whichever way you look at it, Russia has lost this war’

May 30, 2022 11:01 pm

A former foreign secretary and then Prime Minister’s special envoy on nuclear deal and climate change, Shyam Saran understands China — its history, language, culture and politics better than most in Indian strategic circles.

Shyam Saran at Explained.Live: 'China wants everyone to accept this is an Asian order dominated by China'

October 21, 2020 11:06 am

Shyam Saran, former Foreign Secretary and former chairman of the National Security Advisory Board, discusses China’s position in the new age of global conflict, in the context of the standoff at the LAC and the pandemic. He spoke before a nationwide audience on Zoom in this edition of explained.Live

Former Foreign Secy Shyam Saran is Expert at Explained tomorrow

September 24, 2020 2:24 am

From India’s neighbourhood to the capitals around the world — from Australia and Japan to the US and the EU — the aggressive expansionism of the authoritarian regime in Beijing is seen to pose an unprecedented challenge.

Shyam Saran: 'China’s reaction was so vitriolic because it did not expect India to confront it at Doklam'

September 29, 2017 8:45 am

Former Foreign Secretary and strategic affairs expert Shyam Saran explained to readers of The Indian Express the ways in which China thinks, its motivations, and the changing contours of its ties with Pakistan.

People say in Doklam, India is better placed. Why do we think Chinese could only act here? says Shyam Saran

August 13, 2017 12:34 am

Shyam Saran said, "There should be mutual disengagement. After all, Indian presence in the area was triggered by Chinese action, which changed the status quo. There was an agreement with Bhutan, in 1998, that there should be no change in the status quo until the border agreement has been concluded."