In the current era of globalisation, the domestic landscape of every nation is deeply impacted by the major international developments across the globe. The orientation of the contemporary world order is becoming increasingly global – providing significant opportunities while posing numerous challenges to the states. In this backdrop, the states must develop effective and responsive strategies to tackle the challenges while capitalizing on the opportunities. Recognizing this sweeping trend, Ananta Aspen Centre has allotted significant space to Foreign Policy on its agenda. As a part of its mission to facilitate open dialogues on cross-cutting issues on foreign policy, the Centre undertakes multiple initiatives to generate informed debates on foreign policy issues and assist the policy-makers to respond with more efficient strategies. The initiatives on Foreign Policy includes Track II Dialogues, Round Tables, Public Sessions and Task Force / Study Groups Reports.

We create strategic platforms for long term conversations between India and other countries.

These strategic platforms facilitate better understanding  between the participating countries and help shape their policies and programmes. The conversations being long term in nature contribute to the development roadmap of India and often help influence its relations at the bilateral level.

All International

  • The Growth Net Summit
    This forum aims at intensifying engagement between India and countries of the new constellation of growth.
  • India–US Forum
    This dialogue platform aims to promote greater cooperation between the two countries.
  • Strategic Dialogues
    These Track 2 Dialogues with international partners aim to strengthen India’s bilateral and multilateral relations.
  • Ambassador Series
    This moderated conversations with Ambassadors help participants understand the different facets of India's ties with other countries.
  • Foreign Policy Lectures
    The series is an opportunity for students and researchers to interact with thought leaders and understand India’s prime foreign policy challenges and opportunities.