India’s Foreign Policy Toward Its Crisis-Stricken Neighborhood

December 01, 2023 01:17:13
India’s Foreign Policy Toward Its Crisis-Stricken Neighborhood
Events at USIP
India’s Foreign Policy Toward Its Crisis-Stricken Neighborhood

Dec 01 2023 | 01:17:13

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Show Notes

On November 30, USIP hosted a public conversation with Dr. Avinash Paliwal on how India seeks to manage its crisis-stricken neighborhood. The discussion focused on India's relations with Bangladesh and Pakistan, exploring the impact of domestic crises and the geopolitical competition with China on Indian foreign policy.

Speakers

Daniel Markeymoderator
Senior Advisor, South Asia, U.S. Institute of Peace

Avinash Paliwal
Reader in International Affairs, SOAS University of London

 

For more information about this event, please visit: https://www.usip.org/events/indias-foreign-policy-toward-its-crisis-stricken-neighborhood

 

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