India and the World is a series of webinars that feature academics, experts, and crucial stakeholders as they examine the implications of the coronavirus pandemic for India's engagement with 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'.
On October 21, we hosted Avtar Singh Bhasin for a discussion on the history of Sino-Indian relations, the 1962 war, and the potential future of the India-China relationship.
In his new book, 'Kathmandu Dilemma: Resetting India-Nepal Ties', former Indian ambassador to Nepal, Ranjit Rae, discusses the India-Nepal relationship and its complexities, providing the much needed Indian perspective.
On September 29, Carnegie India hosted a very special India and the World webinar, titled 'In Conversation with Rosa Balfour', about Europe's pressing role in global geopolitics.
On September 15, we hosted a very special India and the World webinar, titled 'In Conversation with Maha Yahya', on the Middle East's appreciation of changing geopolitics.
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