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by Sundeep Waslekar,Illmas Futehally
Sundeep Waslekar (born 3 April 1959) is an Indian thought leader on conflict resolution and global future
Sundeep Waslekar (born 3 April 1959) is an Indian thought leader on conflict resolution and global future.
Since 2009 Sundeep Waslekar and Ilmas Futehally have led the strategic . Cost of Conflict in the Middle East, co-authored with Ilmas Futehally, 2009, Strategic Foresight Group ISBN 978-81-88262-12-0.
Eka Dishecha Shodh - (A book in Marathi by Sundeep Waslekar published by Rajhans Publications). Eka dishecha Shodh (एका दिशेचा शोध).
Sundeep Waslekar spent his childhood in Dombivli, a suburb of Mumbai, India. He obtained the Master of Commerce degree from University of Mumbai. The cost of conflict concept was presented by Paul Collier, International Alert and other experts and institutions. However, Waslekar and Futehally inspired the Strategic Foresight Group to compute costs on economic, social, political, psychological, diplomatic, environmental, and a large number of other parameters. Their approach particularly emphasises opportunity costs.
Rolf Schwartz, The Israeli-Jordanian Water Regime: A Model for Resolving Water Conflicts in the Jordan River Basin, Programme for Strategic and International Security Studies, Occasional Paper Number 1 (2004), p. 43. 58 Treaty of Peace between The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan and The State of Israel, Annex II. Cost of Conflict in the Middle East (Mumbai: Strategic Foresight Group.
The report estimates the opportunity costs of conflict in the region at 2 percent of growth in gross domestic product.
Unless the region's conflicts are resolved, the costs will continue to mount, said the study by India's Strategic Foresight Group, backed by governments or other agencies in Norway, Qatar, Switzerland and Turkey. The choice they have to make is the choice between the danger of devastation and the promise of peace," said Sundeep Waslekar, the group’s president and one of the report’s authors. The report estimates the opportunity costs of conflict in the region at 2 percent of growth in gross domestic product. All countries in the region are suffering from conflict, Waslekar said
The report estimates the opportunity costs of conflict in the region at 2 percent of growth in gross domestic product. It implies peace combined with good governance and sound economic policies would allow some countries to grow at 8 percent. Some costs - emotive ones such as the deaths of children and political intangibles such as the loss of America's credibility - are difficult to quantify in monetary terms, but the study tracks them. All countries in the region are suffering from conflict, Waslekar said.
With Middle East tensions easing for now, investors are focusing on areas away from the conflict. Crude inventories in the United States rose last week by . million barrels, the . Energy Information Administration said on Wednesday
With Middle East tensions easing for now, investors are focusing on areas away from the conflict. Energy Information Administration said on Wednesday. That compared with analysts' expectations in a Reuters poll for a . million-barrel drop. There's too much supply out there," a Japan-based based oil executive told Reuters
The Middle East occupies a unique geographical and strategic position. No unanimity exists on a definition of the Middle East – even the name of the region has not been universally accepted.
The Middle East occupies a unique geographical and strategic position. Hence, it is not a coincidence that every great power in history has sought to advance its interests in the region.
Speaker Sundeep Waslekar is an Indian thought leader on conflict .
Speaker Sundeep Waslekar is an Indian thought leader on conflict resolution and global future, and founder of the Strategic Foresight Group. He specialises in governance, conflicts, global and regional security, political economy and political philosophy. Our speaker Sundeep Waslekar is the founder of the Strategic Foresight Group – a think-tank based in India, helping advise governments and institutions around the world on managing future challenges. He has worked with dozens of countries.
Japan will send a naval destroyer to the Middle East next month for a previously planned deployment as tensions ramp up in the region after the . killed a top Iranian general last week and Tehran responded with an attack on . Tokyo, which has a military alliance with the . and good ties with Iran, will deploy on Feb. 2 the Maritime Self-Defense Force contingent that also includes two patrol planes.
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