The fourth meeting of the Brookings India foreign policy ‘Emerging Voices’ network. This informal network is meant to facilitate interactions between the next generation of leaders in Indian foreign policy, including from the Indian government, private sector, universities, think tanks, non-profit organisations, and media. The Emerging Voices meetings offers the opportunity for participants to interact and network with one another and with members of the foreign diplomatic community.
The fourth meeting was held on Thursday, December 8, over drinks at Public Affair. The event featured an interaction with Ambassador Norbert Riedel, Director for Asia at the Federal Foreign Office, Germany and was co-hosted by the German Embassy, New Delhi. The reception benefited from the participation of Strobe Talbott, President of the Brookings Institution, and former U.S. Deputy Secretary of State.
Like other products of the Brookings Institution India Center, this report is intended to contribute to discussion and stimulate debate on important issues. The views are of the author(s). Brookings India does not have any institutional views.
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