The EU and India: A Geo-economic Approach towards Establishing a Far-Reaching Partnership in the Ind
My policy paper as listed below has been selected for participation at the EU-India Experts’ Workshop held on 09-10 Nov 2020 and won a price of 1000 Euro.
In my piece I argue that the "EU and India will benefit from the strategic reassessment of their common interests, goals, and priorities in the Indo-Pacific region, thus they should
develop a coherent narrative for concrete common actions based on a long-term vision of
an engagement by going a third way and taking their own side instead of having to choose
between Washington and Beijing. In summary, it will be increasingly difficult to shape the
world of tomorrow without a strong EU-India partnership."