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Event Reports

2nd India-Japan Track 1.5 Dialogue on Strategic and Security Issues

Date: 25 October, 2016

The Delhi Policy Group (DPG) organised the 2nd India-Japan Track 1.5 Dialogue on Strategic and Security Issues at the India Habitat Centre, New Delhi on October 25-26, 2016. This closed door Dialogue is conducted in collaboration with the Japan …

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Conference on "India and Japan: Confluence of Maritime Democracies"

Date: 07 October, 2016

The Delhi Policy Group (DPG) organized a Conference on “India and Japan: Confluence of Maritime Democracies.” on September 14, 2016. The event was attended by around 80 participants from think tanks and the strategic community. At …

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Roundtable on "Advancing BBIN Trade and Transit Cooperation"

Date: 04 October, 2016

The Delhi Policy Group (DPG) in partnership with the Asia Foundation organized two roundtable discussions on “Advancing BBIN (Bangladesh-Bhutan-India-Nepal) Trade and Transit Cooperation” on October 4-5, 2016. Eight distinguished …

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Seminar on India-China Relations: Bilateral and Regional Contexts

Date: 14 September, 2016

The Delhi Policy Group (DPG) organized a policy seminar on "India-China Relations: Bilateral and Regional Contexts" on September 14, 2016. The event was attended by around 50 participants from think tanks and the strategic community. The seminar …

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DPG Roundtable Reports, Vol. I, No. 1: Roundtable On "South China Sea Disputes"

Date: 21 July, 2016

DPG organized a round table on South China Sea disputes on July 21, 2016. The event was well attended by around 50 participants from think tanks, the strategic community and diplomats. The round table focused on the background to the disputes, the …

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Conclave on a National Security Doctrine for India

Date: 15 February, 2016

Many strategic analysts have suggested that India needs a National Security Doctrine (NSD). Others opine differently. They contend that India has managed successfully without one or, that such a document without matching capabilities, will serve no …

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