Seeking to strengthen India’s relations with other countries, Ananta Aspen Centre provides a platform for dialogues on matters of national importance and global relevance. The Centre brings together various stakeholders, including governments, businesses, academicians and civil society, to engage in open and frank discussions.
A highly effective mechanism, aligned with India's foreign policy objectives, is the Track II Dialogue process, regularly convened by the Centre in partnership with international partners. Featuring some of India's leading thought-leaders, the Dialogues seek to strengthen India’s bilateral and multilateral relations.
This year, the Centre has convened the Sixth India-Israel Forum, the Seventh Aspen-GMF India Trilateral Forum, the Fourth India-China Dialogue, the XIX US India Strategic Dialogue and the Fifth US India Track II Dialogue on Climate Change and Energy. The discussions held in these forums have invariably resulted in the development of strong avenues of collaboration.
Our key Track II Dialogues are:
- US-India Strategic Dialogue
- US-Japan-India Trilateral Dialogue
- India-Singapore Strategic Dialogue
- India-Israel Forum
- India-China Strategic Dialogue
- Indo US Dialogue on Climate Change and Energy
- India-Bhutan Strategic Dialogue
- India-Turkey Forum