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CEEW hosts Brooking, Stanford and NYU for a seminar on the Geopolitics of Scarcity
27 Feb 2012

Today, CEEW and Managing Global Order, a joint initiative of Brookings Foreign Policy, the NYU Center on International Cooperation and Stanford's Freeman Spogli Institute on International Studies, hosted a joint seminar on the 'Geopolitics of Scarcity' with a few members of the Working Group on India and Global Governance. Ambassador Shyam Saran, Ambassador Arundhati Ghose, Mr Suman Bery and Prof WPS Sidhu were present amongst the distinguished set of participants. The working group constitutes of foremost policy makers and distinguished diplomats who have represented India's interests in specific domains at the highest level and was convened by CEEW an year ago in order to collectively deliberate on India's role and it's interests in global governance. The group had submitted its report, "Understanding Complexity, Anticipating Change: From Interests to Strategy on Global Governance" to the National Security Advisor in December 2012. The report has hence been circulated extensively amongst foreign policy groups and diplomacy circles in India, China, UK, USA, Singapore and other countries.

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