1 February 2018

The world needs more India and less China, was the conclusion reached at the third Raisina Dialogue hosted by the Observer Research Foundation and India’s Ministry of External Affairs in New Delhi from 16 to 18 January 2018. In an article for The Sunday Guardian, Cleo Paskal noted decisionmakers’ willingness to engage with India as a stabilising regional power, thus confirming the entrenchment of the Indo-Pacific, as opposed to the Asia-Pacific, as a region in geopolitical calculations. Cleo Paskal is a 2015 Trudeau fellow, adjunct faculty in the Department of Geopolitics at Manipal University, and an associate fellow at Chatham House. Read her article here.

Cleo Paskal

Ms. Cléo Paskal's expertise lies in the bridging of global issues along geopolitical, geoeconomic and geophysical lines, particularly with regards to global environmental change and security.

2015 Fellows