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The fifth meeting of our foreign policy ‘Emerging Voices’ network took place on Friday, January 20, 2017 over drinks at Public Affair. The event benefitted from the presence of the British High Commissioner, Sir Dominic Asquith, who answered some questions from the participants. The event was co-hosted by the British High Commission, New Delhi.
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 offer the opportunity for participants to interact and network with one another and with members of the foreign diplomatic community.
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On April 22, Madiha Afzal joined the United States Institute of Peace for a discussion on relations between India and Pakistan.