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The 9th India Israel Forum

22–23 DECEMBER 2016

US. - INDIA STRATEGIC DIALOGUE

December 12-14, 2015

Delegations from the United States and India met for the 21st U.S.-India Strategic Dialogue (Track II) in Washington DC from December 12-14, deliberating on issues related to the bilateral relationship

U.S.-Japan-India Track Two Strategic Dialogue

December 10 - 11, 2015

Delegations from the United States, India and Japan met for the eleventh U.S.-Japan-India Track Two Strategic Dialogue in Washington on December 10-11, on the eve of the important summit between Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Delhi.

The Fifth India Turkey Forum

October 23, 2015

Release of Afghanistan Task Force

Ananta Aspen Centre focuses on leadership development and frank and open dialogue on the most important problems and challenges facing society at large and helps foster the transformation of Indian society. It also engages the civil society, inclusive of business, NGOs, governments and other stake holders on issues of importance to India’s development and national security

India's Non-Traditional Security Concerns

OCTOBER 2013
THE CONCEPT OF NATIONAL SECURITY has evolved since the end of the Cold War and the rise of globalisation. Although the concept of national security is often invoked by national leaders across the globe, the definition of national security is seriously debated by various scholars, national leaders and members of civil society. Consequently,

Africa & India: Strengthening connections and advancing opportunities

OCTOBER 2013
“It is essential for our common future on the planet that the marginalisation of Africa be ended and that all parts of the world be accorded equal attention and focus within our globalised world”

Joint Statement US-Japan-India Strategic Dialogue, 2013

May 17-19, 2013
Delegations from the United States, India and Japan met for the tenth U.S.-Japan-India Track Two Strategic Dialogue in Tokyo on May17-19, one week before the important summit between Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Prime Minister Abe in Tokyo. The session was organized by the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS),

India-Turkey Relations: Bilateral Ties In A New Era Of Convergence

Aspen Institute India promotes values-based leadership, open dialogue and cross-sector cotreach by engaging the civil society, government, private sector, and other key stakeholders on issues related to India's developement.

Changing Priorities - New Dimensions of India's Foreign Policy & National Security

25–26 FEBRUARY, 2012
ASPEN INDIA focuses on leadership development and frank and open dialogue on the most important problems and challenges facing society at large and helps foster the transformation of Indian society. It also engages the civil society, inclusive of business, NGOs, Governments and other stake holders on issues of importance to India’s development and national security.

India-Bangladesh Relations: Towards Increased PartnershipIndia's Iran Conundrum - Alitmus Test for India's Foreign Policy

ASPEN INDIA focuses on leadership development and frank and open dialogue on the most important problems and challenges facing society at large and helps foster the transformation of Indian society.

India's Iran Conundrum - Alitmus Test for India's Foreign Policy

Aspen Institute India promotes values-based leadership, open dialogue and cross-sector outreach by engaging the civil society, government, private sector, and other key stakeholders on issues related to India’s development. It invites industrial, economic, financial, political, social and cultural leaders to discuss these issues in settings that encourage frank and open dialogue.

Non-Alignment 2.0 Report

23 March, 2012
Aspen India focuses on leadership development and frank and open dialogue on the most important problems and challenges facing society at large and helps foster the transformation of Indian society. It also engages the civil society, inclusive of business, NGOs, Governments and other stake holders on issues of importance to India’s development and national security.

India`s Moment with Myanmar: A Report

Aspen Institute India promotes values-based leadership, open dialogue and cross-sector outreach by engaging the civil society, government, private sector, and other key stakeholders on issues related to India’s development. It invites industrial, economic, financial, political, social and cultural leaders to discuss these issues in settings that encourage frank and open dialogue.

Joint Statement-U.S.-Japan-India Strategic Dialogue

August 25-27, 2011
Recognizing the strategic potential for expanding cooperation on regional and global challenges and the shared values among the United States, Japan, and India, the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII),

US-India: A Shared Strategic Future

September 2011
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