Amrita Narlikar

Scripting a Third Way: The Importance of EU-India Partnership

Raisina Files | 2022

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    Raisina Files 2022


    Samir Saran

    Anahita Khanna


    Raisina Files


    Observer Research Foundation (ORF)






    New Delhi


    Knowledge exchange with SCRIPTS and foreign policy actors: The liberal script and the Indo-Pacific – strategies, narratives and perspectives (online)

    GIGA President Prof. Amrita Narlikar contributed to the event as moderator and speaker. As a follow-up to the SCRIPTS conference in February, Prof. Narlikar shared her analyses on the liberal script in Asia, also in light of current developments, the Russian aggression, and Europe’s relation to the Indo-Pacific region, with a high-level panel of foreign policy practitioners and scholars.

    Raisina Debates | 04/2022

    All Roads connect Delhi and Brussels

    In the run-up to the Raisina Dialogue 2022, Prof. Amrita Narlikar and Dr. Samir Saran discuss in this publication the cooperation between India and the EU and the great potential that lies in collaborating on green transition, digital transformation, and maintaining the geopolitical landscape.

    Other chapter contribution | 04/2021

    Emerging Narratives and the Future of Multilateralism

    Prof. Amrita Narlikar explores in this policy paper the advantages and disadvantages of two competing narratives - to resuscitate and reinforce, or to restructure - on the future of multilateralism. This article was republished in Global Policy Blog (22.04.2021).


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