Symbi Noida’s Symposium on India’s Foreign Policy in S Asia: Supported by Ministry of External Affairs [March 23]

The Symposium is aimed at not only bringing in the views of experts and researchers but also at disseminating it for the betterment of the existing responsibility that every citizen undertakes for the betterment of the society.

The knowledge of various experts specialized in this area would set a benchmark for the improvement that still needs to be done to improve the existing scenario.

Outcome expected included: Looking into India as a regional and global partner in South Asia; Critical and concrete analysis of India’s foreign Policy; Audience will learn the basic outlines of social, religious and political development in pre-colonial India/South Asia and Understand the geo strategic setting of India and its relations with South Asian countries.

The Symposium will facilitate the sharing of experiences of the Academicians, Diplomats, Advocates and Researchers with each other.

About resource persons:

Ambassador Achal Kumar Malhotra

Dr. S. Kalyan Raman, Research Fellow, the Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses (IDSA)

Dr Sujit Dutta, Professor, Gandhi Chair, the Neldon Mandela Centre for Peace and Conflict Resolution, Jamia Millia Islamia, Delhi

Full details are here.

Registration form is here.

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