• Sachdeva, Gulshan, " The Indian Economy: Strategic Consequences of Economic Growth" in Philippe Clerc, Driss Guerraoui & Xavier Richet (Eds) La Nouvelle Economie Mondiale;Comparaisons Internationales ( Paris: L Harmattan, 2018)


  • Sachdeva, Gulshan, The European Union - China Relations” in C V Ranganathan and Sanjeev Kumar (Eds) China and the Eurasian Region, ( New Delhi: Vij Books, 2018) pp. 141-167.



  • Sachdeva, Gulshan ( with GVC Naidu) “India and Southeast Asia: From Looking to Acting East Policy” in David B.H. Denoon  (Ed) China, The United States, and the Future of Southeast Asia U.S.-China Relations (  New York: NYU Press ,2017).





  • Sachdeva, Gulshan, India, South–South Cooperation and International Development Architecture” in Anthea Muleaka (Ed) Advancing South-South Cooperation (Seoul: TAF, KDI 2016 )



  • Economic Challenges in Post-2014 Afghanistan” in Arpita Basu Ray (Ed) Afghanistan Beyond 2014: Domestic and Regional Dynamics , ( New Delhi” Pentagon Publishers 2016).



  • “The European Union and Conflict Resolution in Afghanistan”, in R K Jain (Ed) India, Europe and Conflict Resolution in South Asia ( Knowledge World Publications. 2015).




  • “Post-2014 Challenges in Afghanistan and India’s Role” in Pakistan’s Strategic Environment Post-2014 (Islamabad: IPRI, 2015).


  • “Is Northeast Ready for ASEAN Connection” in Rashpal Malhotra and Sucha Singh Gill (Eds) Look East And Act East: Potentials and Constraints ( Chandigarh: CRRID, 2015)


  • “India-Iran-Afghanistan Strategic Engagement and Implications for India’s Afghanistan and Connect Central Asia Policy,” in P K Singh (Ed) Strategic Yearbook 2017, (New Delhi: United Service Institution of India, 2017).


  • Developments in Europe & India-Europe RelationsWorld Focus, August 2017.
  • Economic Development & Energy in Central AsiaWorld Focus, October 2017.


  • Influence of 1956 on the Economic Policy Discourse in Hungary” in Bhaswati Sarkar and Saroj R Jha (Eds) Hope Unlimited: The Hungarian Revolution of 1956, Parrot Reads, New Delhi, 2016: 131-139.


  • “Greek Debt Crisis” Geopolitics, Vol. 6 (3), 2015.


  • “Geopolitics of Europe's Refugee Crisis, Geopolitics, October 2015.




  • “EU-China and EU-India: A Tale of Two Strategic Partnerships” Strategic Analysis, 38:4, 2014.


  • “India-EU & Afghanistan Challenge” in Jakub Zajączkowski, Jivanta Schöttli and Manish Thapa (Eds), India in the Contemporary World (Routledge, March,2014. ISBN 978-0-415-81213-9).


  • “ Changing Discourse through Integration” in Afghanistan Reconnected: Regional Economic Security beyond 2014 ( New York: East West Institute, May 2014).



  • “Post-2014 Afghanistan: Possible Areas of India-Russia Cooperation” in Rajiv Bhatia et al (Eds) India & Russia: Deepening the Strategic Partnership ( New Delhi: Shipra Publishers, 2014, ISBN : 9788175417212).


  • “India-Poland Economic Relations in the Context of broader India-EU Ties and Euro Crisis” in Vijay Sakhuja, Dinoj K Upadhyay & Patryk Kugiel (Eds) India Poland Relations in the 21st Century - Vistas for Future Cooperation ( New Delhi: Vij Books, 2014).


  • “The Battle over UkraineGeopolitics, April 2014


  • “Reaching out to Central AsiaHimal Southasian, 22 April 2014.




  • “The NDN: Perspectives of India, Pakistan and Afghanistan” in Andris Sprūds and Diāna Potjomkina (Eds) Northern Distribution Network: Redefining Partnerships within Nato and Beyond, ( Riga: Latvian Institute for International Affairs,2013, ISBN: 978-9984-583-47-1)


  • “India-EU Broad-based Trade and Investment Agreement” in Rajendra K Jain India and the European Union in a Changing World (New Delhi: Aakar Books, 2013, ISBN:978-9350-022-634) pp. 90-113.


  • Economic Consequences of Conflict in Northeast India” in V R Raghvan (Ed)  Consequences of Long term Conflicts in Northeast India  (New Delhi: Viz Books, 2013, ISBN: 978-93-82652-02-1)


  • “India Should be Prepared for an Enhanced Engagement “ Debate on Post -2014 Afghanistan: India’s Options, Indian Foreign Affairs Journal, Vol. 8, No. 3,  Jul - Sep 2013


  • “Importance of Enhanced Indian Role in Post-2014 Afghanistan” in Rashpal Malhotra, Sucha Singh Gill and Neetu Gaur (Eds) Leveraging Economic Growth for Collective Prosperity in South Asia ( Chandigarh: CRRID, 2013, ISBN81-85835675).


  • “India's ONGC Plans To Bring Russian Hydrocarbons To South AsiaCentral Asia Caucasus Analyst,   15, No. 10, 2013.


  • “ TAPI: Time for the Big Push” Central Asia Caucasus Analyst,   15, No. 14, 2013.





  • “India-EU Economic Ties: Strengthening the Core of the Strategic Partnership” in  The EU-India Partnership: Time to Go Strategic (Paris: EUISS, forthcoming, 2012).


  • ”EU-South Asia Economic Linkages” in Jayaraj Amin (Ed) European Union in Changing International Order ( New Delhi: Kaveri books, 2012, ISBN 988-1747-91221), pp. 211-256.


  • “Preparing the Northeast Economy for the ASEAN Linkage” in Lianzela, R S Ratna & Vanlalchhawna (Eds), India-ASEAN Economic Integration,(New Delhi: Macmillan, 2012, ISBN: 978-9350-59068), pp. 147-162.


  • “International & Regional Contribution to Afghan Reconstruction” in Arpita Basuroy, Binod Kumar Mishra & Aliva Mishra (Eds), International Intervention in Afghanistan: Motives & Approaches, (New Delhi: Shipra, 2012, ISBN 9788175416567), pp. 150-162.


  • Afghan Reconstruction beyond 2014” Dialogue Quarterly , Vol 13, No. 3,  January-March 2012, pp.76-86.


  • Afghanistan: Looking Beyond 2014, Geopolitics, Vol 2, No.9, February 2012.


  • “Connect Central Asia, Geopolitics, 3, No. 5, October 2012.







  • “Developing a Regional Approach to Development & Security in Afghanistan” in Arpita Basu Roy & Binoda Kumar Mishra (Eds), Reconstructing Afghanistan (Kolkata: Maulana Abul kalam Azad Institute of Asian Studies, New Delhi: Shipra Publishers, 2011, ISBN 9788175415485).


  • “Case Studies: Afghanistan” in the Course on Conflict Management , Transformation & Peace Building’ Gandhian Studies programme, (Indira Gandhi National Open University, 2011, ISBN: 978-81266-54420), pp. 172-184.


  • “Convergence between Economics of Transition and Development Economics in Post 1991 Eurasia” in Suchandana Chatterjee and Anita Sengupta (Eds), Communities, Institutions and Transition in Post 1991 Eurasia, Delhi: Shipra, 2011, ISBN: 978-81-7541-5881),pp. 186-193.


  • “Preparing the North Eastern Economy for the ASEAN Linkage” in Madhu Rajput (Ed), Understanding Northeast India ( New Delhi: Manak Publications, 2011, ISBN 9788178312392),pp.275-298.


  • “Regional Economic Cooperation through Afghanistan: A Key to Peace in Eurasia” in Aijaz A Bandey (Ed), Silk Route and Eurasia: Peace & Cooperation,( Srinagar: University of Kashmir 2011, ISBN: 97881-92133508),pp. 457-468.


  • “India-Central Asia Economic Engagement” in Vinod Anand (Ed), Perspectives on Transforming India Central Asia Engagement: Prospects & Issues ( New Delhi: Viz Books, 2011, ISBN 9789380177793).


  • Rethinking [Afghan] Reconstruction", Geopolitics, Vol.1, No. 12, April 2011.


  • “A New Challenge from ChinaGeopolitics, Vol 2, No. 3, August 2011.


  • India & the Euro Crisis”, Geopolitics, Vol 2, No. 7, December 2011.


  • "Afghan Reconstruction: Rethinking International Role" South Asia Defence & Security Review, Jan-Feb 2011.





  • The Reconstruction Issue in Afghanistan: Indian & Chinese Contribution” in Marlène Laruelle, Jean-François Huchet, Sébastien Peyrouse, and Bayram Balci. ( Eds) China and India in Central Asia: A New Great Game? ( Palgrave Macmillan, 2010, ISBN9780230103566), pp.173-196.


  • “Human & Minority Rights in Afghanistan” in Rainer Hofmann & Ugo Caruso (eds)   Minority Rights in South Asia, (Frankfurt etc.: Peter Lang, 2010, ISBN978331609163), pp.07-22.



  • “Regional Economic Cooperation through Afghanistan: A Key to Peace in Eurasia” in K Santhanam (ed) Eurasian Security Matters ( New Delhi: Allied Publishers, 2010, ISBN9788184246414), pp.91-102.




  • “Achieving Security in South Asia through Regional IntegrationRegional Integration Observer, Vol 4, No.2, 2010.





  • “India & the EU: Time to de-bureaucratize Strategic Partnership” Strategic Analysis ( ISSN 0970161)  Vol 33, No. 2, 2009, pp.202-207.



  • “ India EU Economic Linkages: Need to Broaden Strategic Partnership’ International Studies ( ISSN 00208817) , Vol 45 , No. 4, 2008, pp.341-368


  • ” Understanding Economic Linkages between South & Central Asia” The Journal of Central Asian Studies(ISSN0975086X) Vol XVII, No. 1, 2008, pp. 53-64.


  • 2007






  • “ India & the EU: Boosting Relations through CECA” Indian Foreign Affairs Journal  (ISSN 09733248), Vol, 2, No.1, 2007, pp. 44-60.


  • “Economic & Monetary Union” Unit 7 for the course European Union in the World Affairs, Indira Gandhi National Open University (ISBN 9788126629121, 2007), pp.67-76


  • “Common Agricultural Policy” Unit 9 for the course European Union in the World Affairs, Indira Gandhi National Open University (ISBN 9788126629121, 2007), pp. 87-94.


  • “ Regional Economic Cooperation and Integration in Central Asia “ in K Santhanam and Ramakant Dwivedi (eds) (New Delhi:  Anamaya Publishers :2007, ISBN 818834216), pp. 111-124


  • “The Tajikistan Economy & India Tajikistan Trade & Economic Relations” in K Santahnam and Ramakant Dwivedi (eds) India-Tajikistan Cooperation: Perspectives and Prospects ( New Delhi: Anamanya Publishers, 2007, ISBN 8188342068), pp. 98-117.





  • “Rethinking Development Strategy for the Northeast” Manpower Journal (ISSN 05425808 ), 41: 2, April-June 2006, pp.17-36.



  •  “ Dynamics of India-EU Trade and Economic Relations” in Rajendra K Jain (ed.)  India and the European Union: Building a Strategic Partnershpi  ( New Delhi: Radiant Publishers, 2007, ISBN8170272653 ),pp. 190-229.


  •  “Economic Changes in Central Asia & Indian Response” in  J N Roy & B B Kumar ( eds) India & Central Asia: Classical to Contemporary Period” New Delhi: Concept Publishing Company, 2006, ISBN 8180694577),pp. 251-272.


  • “India Russia Relations “ in V D Chopra (ed) India’s Foreign Policy in 21st Century ( New Delhi: Kalpaz publishers, 2006, ISBN 8178355000), pp. 113-126.




  • Economic Developments and Regional Economic Trends in Central Asia: Emerging Asian Linkages” in R R Sharma (ed) India and Emerging Asia, ( New Delhi: Sage Publications, 2005, ISBN: 8178295679), pp. 268-294.


  • "North-Eastern Economy: New Policy Options" in Alokesh Barua (ed) India's North-East: Development Issues in a Historical Perspective, ( New Delhi: Manohar Pub. , 2005, ISBN 8173046395), pp. 307-330.



  • Indian Experience with Regional Economic Integration” in Charan Wadva and Vatroslav Vekaric (eds) India & Serbia & Montenegro Reengagement: Regional and Bilateral Dimensions”,( New Delhi: APH Publishing Corp,  2005, ISBN817648961)pp. 233-270.


  • with Charan Wadhva“ Indian  Perspectives on East Asia” in Charan Wadhva and Yuen Pau Woo (eds)  Asian Regionalism: Canadian & Indian Perspectives, ( New Delhi: APH Publishing Corp, 2005,ISBN 8176489441), pp. 23-54.


  • Strengthening Economic Linkages between South & Central Asia” in Kuldip Singh (Ed) South-Central Asia: Emerging Issues, (Amritsar: Guru Nanak Dev University, 2005, ISBN 8177701223 ),pp. 122-148.


  • Central Asian Economic Transformation & Indian Response” in  V Nagendra Rao & Mohammad Monir Alam (eds)  Central Asia: Present Challenges and Future Prospects, ( New Delhi: Knowledge World, 2005, ISBN 8187966343),pp. 265-282.


  • “ Trilateral [ India-Russia-China] Economic CooperationWorld Focus ( New Delhi), 26:4, April, 2005.





  • “Indian Ocean Region: Present Economic Trends & Future Possibilities” International Studies (ISSN 00208817) 41: 1, 2004, pp. 89-114.


  • “Rejuvenating Economic Relations between South Asia & Central Asia” Shygys ( Almaty) No.2, 2004, pp. 88-101.


  • “Strengthening Indo-Russian Economic Relations” Russia in Global Affairs,( Moscow) August 2004


  • “Economy: Public Private Partnership is a Must” in Northeast: Gateway to Southeast Asia, ( North Eastern Council, 2004).




  • “India-Russia Strategic Partnership Strengthened with Putin Visit” World Focus ( New Delhi) 25:10-12, October-November, 2004.


  • “ Rejuvenating Indo-Russian Economic Relations” The New Theme, Special Issue on Russian President Vladimir Putin’s, visit to India, December 2004.


  •  “Understanding Central Asian Economic Models” In Nirmala Joshi (Ed), Central Asia- The Great Game Replayed: Indian Perspective, (New Delhi: New Century Publishers, 2003, ISBN 817708058X),pp. 198-256.


  • “Rejuvenating India-Russia Trade & Economic Relations” World Focus( New Delhi) 277 January 2003.


  • “ India & Eastern Europe” World Focus( New Delhi), Annual Issue, 24:10-12, December 2003.


  • "Macroeconomic Policies and Achievements in Central and Eastern Europe, 1990-2000" in Shshikant Jha and Bhaswati Sarkar (Eds), Amidst Turbulence & Hope: Transition in Russian and Eastern Europe, (New Delhi: Lancer Books, 2002, ISBN8170950910), pp.139-154.


  • "Economic Transformation in Russia" in V D Chopra (Ed), Indo-Russian Relations and Russia Today (New Delhi: 2002).


  • Indo-Russian Economic Relations” in Prasanna Patasani (Ed), India and Russia: Towards Strategic Partnership,( New Delhi: Samskriti, 2002, ISBN 8187374160), pp.145-153.


  • Second Generation Reforms in the Northeast” in  R P Kharpuri (Ed), Vision for the Northeast in the New Millennium (Shillong: North Eastern Council, 2002).


  • North-Eastern Economy: Present Realities & Future Possibilities “ Contemporary India ( Journal of Nehru Memorial Museum & Library New Delhi), 1:4, October-December 2002, pp. 67-90.


  • Growth Through Partnership: Doing Business with CIS.( Prepared for Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) & Ministry of Commerce, Government of India,  New Delhi, 2002).


  • Growth through Partnership: Doing Business with Central & Eastern Europe. ( Prepared for FICCI & Industry & Ministry of Commerce, Government of India,  New Delhi, 2002).


  • “Indo-Russian Trade & Economic Relations: Present Realities & Future Possibilities” in Shamsuddin (Ed), India & Russia Towards Strategic Partnership ( New Delhi: Lancer Books, 2001, ISBN 8170950808), pp. 191-200.


  • The Hungarian Economy & Indo-Hungarian Trade and Economic Relations.( Prepared for the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry, New Delhi, 2001).
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