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Mr. L. Premshekara

Visiting Faculty, School of International Cooperation, Security and Strategic Languages (SICSSL).

About Mr. L. Premshekara

Mr. L. Premshekara is an independent analyst of defense and strategic affairs and a political commentator who writes a weekly column on national and international affairs “Jagadagala” in a prominent Kannada daily newspaper “Vijayavani” since its inception in April 2012. He is also the State President of the Akhila Bharatiya Sahitya Parishad, Karnataka. Previously, he has taught International Relations and India’s Foreign Policy at the School of International Studies/Dept. of Politics and International Studies, Pondicherry Central University from 1990 to 2012. He has an M.A. in History (Delhi Univ., New Delhi) and M.Phil. in American Studies (JNU, New Delhi), .His Co-edited book titled India’s Foreign Policy: Continuity and Change in 2010 has become a text book in several of the Indian Universities. He has also published in 2010 a 13,000 words article “The Three Frontiers Theory: An Explanation to India’s Troubled Relations with Pakistan and China” which has won wide scholarly acclaim.

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“The country’s leadership, which has the responsibility of shaping the security policies and defending the nation from both internal and external threats has to be clearly aware of the challenges of the new era in order to develop new outlook, new thinking and new policies. The M.A. Programme in International Relations and Security Studies programme provides all basic information and relevant knowledge of everything concerning the nation’s security which is really the need of the hour. It has been created with great care and commitment; and it properly enables the future security policy- makers as well as security personnel and experts to serve Mother India in the manner the 21st Century demands.”