India and the World is an event series that features academics, experts, and stakeholders as they examine key global issues and India’s engagement with them.
We hosted T.C.A. Raghavan, Nirupama Subramanian, and Sangeeta Thapliyal for a discussion on India's post pandemic engagement in South Asia with a special focus on Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and Nepal.
On April 12 we hosted Ananth Krishnan, Stanly Johny, Aziz Amin, and Jennifer B. Murtazashvili for a conversation on China’s role in Afghanistan and its impact on Asian geopolitics in an India and the World webinar. The discussion was moderated by Deep Pal.
Lawrence Freedman, Srinath Raghavan, and Rudra Chaudhuri assess the impact of the conflict in Ukraine on international politics. They breakdown the war’s effect on European security, broader strategies in the Indo-Pacific and where India stands.
On February 8, we hosted the first India and the World webinar of this new year with Rajan Menon, Andrew Weiss, Judy Dempsey, and Suhasini Haidar on the current situation in Ukraine. Moderated by Deep Pal, the session analyzed what the rising Ukraine-Russia tensions may mean for India and the rest of the world.
On November 12, we hosted Paul Haenle, director at the Carnegie-Tsinghua Center for Global Policy, for a discussion on China's changing approach to global politics, its precarious relations with the United States, and the future of the Belt and Road Initiative.
On October 26, we hosted an India and the World webinar on Vijay Gokhale's new paper, titled 'India’s Fog of Misunderstanding Surrounding Nepal–China Relations'.
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