Moving Forward EU-India Relations: The Significance of the Security Dialogues

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Nicola Casarini, Stefania Benaglia, Sameer Patil
Edizioni Nuova Cultura, 31 de mai. de 2017 - 174 páginas

 Relations between the European Union (EU) and India have been growing in quantity and quality in the last two decades. Alongside the economic dimension, the political and security elements of the relationship have emerged as the most promising area for further collaboration between the two sides. This volume brings together analyses and recommendations on EU-India security relations in the fields of: (i) maritime security and freedom of navigation; (ii) cyber security and data protection; (iii) space policy and satellite navigation; (iv) defence cooperation. The chapters have been written by a select pan-European and Indian group of experts tasked by the Rome-based Istituto Affari Internazionali (IAI) and the Mumbai-based Gateway House (GH) in the framework of the EU-India Think Tank Twinning Initiative – a public diplomacy project aimed at connecting research institutions in Europe and India funded by the EU. The book provides the reader with original research and innovative insights into how to move forward EU-India relations. It will be essential reading for scholars and policy makers interested in the subject.

 

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Abstracts
9
Introduction
15
Maritime Security and Freedom of Navigation from the South China
21
Maritime Security and Freedom of Navigation from the South China
39
IndiaEU Cooperation on Cyber Security and Data Protection
47
Towards Pragmatic Idealism?
77
EUIndia Cooperation on Space and Security
91
Potential and Challenges of IndiaEU Space Cooperation
109
The Role of Industry
119
A European Perspective
149
Starting a More Adventurous Conversation
167
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 Nicola Casarini is Head of Asia Programme at the Istituto Affari Internazionali (IAI).

Stefania Benaglia is Associate Fellow in the Asia Programme at the Istituto Affari Internazionali (IAI).
Sameer Patil is Fellow, National Security, Ethnic Conflict and Terrorism, at Gateway House.

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