COVID-19 and Continental Southeast Asia
Introduction The COVID-19 virus has demonstrated that it does not recognise the boundaries of nation-states or the ethnic identities of its victims. On the other hand, the experience of the past few weeks has indicated that the infection rate is …READ MORE
US trade deals under President Trump: What they mean for India and world trade
SECTION 1: Introduction Pursuit of an aggressive trade policy has been among the major highlights of the Trump Presidency in the United States. The world was alerted to this early in his term. One of the first acts of President Trump after the …READ MORE
DPG Papers on COVID-19 Global Impact
Geopolitical Lessons of COVID-19 for India May 04, 2020, By Lalit Kapur This paper seeks to understand how the pandemic will impact on India’s aspirations to become a pole in a multi-polar world and identify the dogmas it must shed to …READ MORE
COVID-19 and the mirage of a China-led international order
The study of international relations (IR), as Hans Morgenthau noted, follows a rational and an unemotional course. As people across the world are concerned about the health of family and friends, IR theorists tend to focus on changing global power …READ MORE
Joint Workshop on Maritime Security in the South China Sea and Indian Ocean Region: Exploring Convergent ViewsREAD MORE
Tokyo Global Dialogue: Rebuilding a Free, Fair and Transparent Rule Based International OrderREAD MORE
DPG-KAS CONFERENCE ON REGIONAL FRAMEWORKS TO ADDRESS SECURITY CHALLENGES IN THE INDIAN OCEAN AND SOUTH EAST ASIAREAD MORE
Public Forum: US-China Rivalry and Japan's Future: Emerging Role of Japan-India Cooperation in the Indo-Pacific, Tokai University Club, TokyoREAD MORE
Joint Workshop on Maritime Security in the South China Sea and Indian Ocean Region: Exploring Convergent Views
Date: January 30, 2020
DPG-KAS CONFERENCE ON REGIONAL FRAMEWORKS TO ADDRESS SECURITY CHALLENGES IN THE INDIAN OCEAN AND SOUTH EAST ASIA
Date: December 02 - 03, 2019
Tokyo Global Dialogue: Rebuilding a Free, Fair and Transparent Rule Based International Order
Date: December 02 - 03, 2019
Public Forum: US-China Rivalry and Japan's Future: Emerging Role of Japan-India Cooperation in the Indo-Pacific, Tokai University Club, Tokyo
Date: October 04, 2019
DPG Ambassadorial Roundtable with H.E. Mr. Pham Sanh Chau, Ambassador of Vietnam
Date: August 06, 2019
DPG-CSIS US-India Maritime Security Working Group Meeting, CSIS, Washington D.C.
Date: April 24, 2019
DPG-RSIS Conference on â€œIndia, ASEAN and the Indo-Pacific: Evolving Regional Architectureâ€
Date: April 10, 2019
Public lecture on India-Japan Relations by Amb. H. K. Singh and Discussion with Prof. Tomohiko Taniguchi, Special Adviser to Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, Tokyo
Date: March 26, 2019
DPG-KAS CONFERENCE ON "EMERGING REALIGNMENTS IN THE INDO-PACIFIC: PERSPECTIVES OF EUROPE, INDIA, ASEAN AND AUSTRALIA"
Date: December 05 - 06, 2018
DPG-CSCAP Australia Dialogue on "Emerging Realignments in the Indo-Pacific: Perspectives of Australia and India"
Date: December 04, 2018
MEA-DPG CONFERENCE ON "INTERNATIONAL DISASTER RESPONSE: INDIAN PARTICIPATION"
Date: October 31, 2018
DPG initiates institutional dialogue with the Institute for Political and International Studies (IPIS), Tehran
Date: September 07, 2018
India-US Trade: Prospects for an elusive limited trade deal and a looming big deal
Date: March 06, 2020Read More
Founded in 1994, the Delhi Policy Group is among India’s oldest independent think tanks with its primary focus on international and strategic issues of critical national interest. Over the past decades, the Delhi Policy Group has established itself in both domestic and international circles, particularly in the area of national security.