Macron’s message to Modi was “Choose France”, rather than “Choose Europe”
India and the EU have plenty of chances to cooperate but the relationship continues to disappoint
Ein Black Coffee Morning zu der indischen Perspektive auf Europa
Sunaina Kumar, a Delhi-based independent journalist and Media Ambassador India-Germany 2016, presented the Indian perspective on Europe.
Africa is big enough for both, but there is a risk that the rivalry between China and India could play out to the detriment of African interests
A deepened relationship with India could provide fresh energy to a crisis-ridden Europe
Our panel explores whether Modi can live up to expectations
Conférence débattant du recueil d'essais “What does India Think?”
Öffentliche Podiumsdiskussion von Robert Bosch Stiftung und ECFR zur Vorstellung des Essaybandes “What does India think?”
Angela Stanzel moderated the discussion on the central question “India and China – competition or cooperation”. The debate led to the conclusion that whilst India and China are cooperating in many aspects such as economy, there is no exchange at ohter levels. Apparently, China and India do not recognise each other as growing economic super powers.