The European Union and India have established a strategic partnership in 2004, but in practice they did not go beyond economic issues. Currently – in the context of China’s growing importance in the global balance of power, the increasingly deep tensions between Washington and Beijing, and the ongoing Brexit process – an opportunity is opened for a comprehensive intensification of Euro-Indian relations.
- How is the European Union looking at India today?
- What for India is a stronger alliance with a united Europe?
- What areas are the most important for the future of mutual relations?
- What’s next with the EU-India Free Trade Agreement?
We will talk about these issues during the scientific seminar of the Institute of International Relations, under the slogan ” EU – India strategic partnership in the context of the most important global challenges. “The lecture will be held by PhD Małgorzata Bonikowska, president of the Center for International Relations.
We cordially invite you
On May the 28, 2019, at 10:00 am, Senate hall