India’s Transition from ‘Look East to Act East’ Policy: Economic Diplomacy Push Versus Power Competition in Asia

India’s North Eastern Region: A Geographical Perspective
Northeast India (officially known as North Eastern Region, [NER]), is easternmost region of country representing both a geographic and political administrative divisions. It comprises eight states – Arunachal Pradesh (the largest in terms of the area at 83743 sq. kms), Assam ( 78438 sq. kms) , Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Sikkim ( the

Balkan Economic Forum 2022

We proudly announce our participation in the Balkan Economic Forum 2022 as a knowledge and science partner. The Balkan Economic Forum 2022 is a larger-scale conference taking place on the 18th of November at the DoubleTree by Hilton Skopje in North Macedonia. The main missions of the Balkan Economic Forum are to support the expansion and implementation of innovative strategies and bring effective solutions to the current economic difficulties encountered by the Balkan countries.

Benefits of the ‘Global Dexterity’ method for economic diplomats

Culture is all around us. Culture is inside of us, it is our ‘social’ DNA. In
diplomacy in general, especially in economic, we must understand the
economic benefits of cultural differences and how to decode the cultural
codes of members of other nations and states. This method is based on
understanding of cultural codes, but also on understanding the
psychological challenges that arise in working with people who come from
different backgrounds, as well as advising on how to adapt without losing

Prof. Cindy Thompson

We are delighted to welcome Prof. Cindy Thompson as CED Strategic Advisor and CED Representative in North and Middle America.
We are looking forward to a productive collaboration.

Geopolitics of Energy Security: India’s Perspective

During Indian prime minister, Modi’s recently concluded visit to Europe, he chaired 6th round of Indo-German Inter-governmental consultation in Berlin with German chancellor as a co-hair to discuss bilateral, regional and global issues arising in wake of Russia’s war on Ukraine besides holding meetings with Nordic forum in Copenhagen. While on his way back home, he also visited Paris to meet with French President to exchange perspectives on bilateral, regional and international cooperation issues while laying out India’s position, including energy security, free trade agreements, democratic values and future vision on international issues to build together ‘a principles- based robust coalition of willing democracies’ to repel aggressive behaviour of autocratic and authoritarian regimes.


Developments in Myanmar: Past, Present and Future

Myanmar (formerly Burma) witnessed a silent coup when its military junta toppled the democratically elected government in the wee hours of intervening night of January 31 and February 01, last year and the nation of 55-million strong populations in India’s neighbourhood has since been under military rule.