22-APR-2018: Mr Deepak Bhojwani delivers lecture on ?The Impact of External Intervention on International Relations?
Aligarh, April 22: Former Indian Ambassador to Columbia, Latin America and Caribbean, Mr Deepak Bhojwani delivered a lecture on ?The Impact of External Intervention on International Relations? at the Department of West Asian Studies in Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) in which he discussed global conflicts in general and West-Asia in particular. The lecture was organised by the Faculty of International Studies, AMU.
Delineating the impact of interventions in West-Asian countries, Mr Bhojwani explained how India has maintained stance on world issues and burning conflicts.
He pointed out that the end of the Twentieth Century is still characterized by geopolitical fluidity and socio-economic effervescence that tend to challenge the sovereignty of nations. ?However, timely interventions have also helped in some parts of the world such as Haiti and Bangladesh,? said Mr Bhojwani.
In an interactive session with the students, Mr Bhojwani answered questions on United Nation?s intervention in Israel-Palestine conflict, role of Russia, World War II, and western intervention in Syria.
AMU Pro Vice Chancellor, Professor Tabassum Shahab presided over the function. Speaking on strategies for resolving conflicts, he said that it is important to focus on behaviour and events and listen carefully to the grievances of people. He added that there is a need to identify points of agreement and disagreement and develop a plan work for bringing peace.
Prof Shamir Hassan (Dean, Faculty of International Studies) chaired the programme. Prof Mohammad Azhar proposed the vote of thanks.
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