Lunchtime Discussion “India in MENA: Potentials for Cooperation with Germany”
India and Germany both have historic relations with the Middle East and North Africa, albeit informed by different priorities and interests. In a global setting in which the competition between democracies and autocracies grows in importance, We would like to take the opportunity to discuss the potentials for India and Germany to cooperate in their interactions with the MENA region. What are the key concerns? Which goals do both countries try to achieve? And where do interests converge?
We are glad to welcome
Prof. Dr. Debasish Nandy
Associate Professor and Head of the Department of Political Science, Kazi Nazrul University, India
Dr. Abhisek Karmakar
Assistant Professor of Political Science, Galsi College, India
to this discussion. We look forward to finding answers to some questions and begin the exchange on others.
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The discussion will be held in English under Chatham House Rules. Light lunch will be provided.