GLOBAL DIALOGUE
SECURITY SUMMIT

INDIA AND A NEW MULTILATERAL ORDER

9 – 10 August 2019

THE LEELA PLACE, CHANAKYAPURI, NEW DELHI

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Add to My Calendar 2019-08-09 09:00:00 2019-08-10 22:00:00 Asia/Kolkata Global Dialogue Security Summit The Security Summit takes place at an opportune moment when a new Government takes office in India following parliamentary elections. A review of India’s multilateral engagements appears inevitable, as rapidly evolving factors determining the “New World Order” take shape in a global environment greatly influenced by commerce, technology and military might be underpinned by moral civilisational values. New Delhi, India Global Dialogue Forum nisha@globaldialogueforum.org

CONCEPT NOTE

The Security Summit takes place at an opportune moment when a new Government takes office in India following parliamentary elections. A review of India’s multilateral engagements appears inevitable, as rapidly evolving factors determining the “New World Order” take shape in a global environment greatly influenced by commerce, technology and military might be underpinned by moral civilisational values.

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DAY ONE

  • Session I

    “Live in the present and shape the future” – Subramanya Bharathi

    Competing, Collaborating: India’s Challenges in Multilateral Security Engagements

  • Session II

    “By three methods we may learn wisdom: First, by reflection, which is noblest; Second, by imitation, which is easiest; and third by experience, which is the bitterest” – Confucius

    Many Belt & Roads Lead to an Inclusive Vision, Bridging Nations in Peace & Prosperity

  • Session III

    “I gaze forward without fear” – Alexander Pushkin

    The Lure of Eurasia – Reviving Old World Civilisational Ties between Asia and Europe

DAY TWO

  • Session IV

    “Total war is no longer war waged by all members of one national community against all those of another. It is total… because it may well involve the whole world” – Jean-Paul Sartre

    Future Wars: In Cyber, Sea, Land and Space, using AI- led Technology to Shape War and Peace

  • Session V

    “Economic activity is carried out by individuals in organisations that require a high degree of social co-operation” – Francis Fukuyama

    Defining the Indo Pacific Alliance to Embrace both Commercial & Military Strategies

  • Session VI

    “Only those means of security are good, are certain, are lasting, that depend on yourself and your own vigor” – Niccolo Machiavelli

    Reviewing the Results of Make in India, What Remains to be Done

OUR SPEAKERS

Mr. Michael Koch

Vice President India, Boeing Defence, Space & Security

Brigadier General A.K.M. Iqbal Azim

NDC, PSC, G+, PhD, Dean, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Bangladesh University of Professionals

Ambassador PS Raghavan IFS (Retd)

Chairman of the National Security Advisory Board (NSAB), former Ambassador of India to Russia, Czech Republic and Ireland, former Joint Secretary in the Prime Minister's Office (2000-2004)

Ambassador A.R. Ghanashyam IFS (Retd.)

Former Ambassador of India to Angola and Nigeria.

Mr. Salman Khurshid

former External Affairs, Minister of India

Vice Admiral Shekhar Sinha (Retd.)

PVSM, AVSM, Nao Sena Medal and Bar (Gallantry), former Chief of Integrated Defence Staff, Indian armed forces

Mr. Haryo Rahmadi

Mr. Haryo B. Rahmadi, SE, MSi (Han), Senior Expert, Indonesian Defence University

Mr. Nik Khanna

Managing Director, BAE Systems

Colonel Rajinder Bhatia (Retd)

President & CEO - Defence & Aerospace, Bharat Forge Ltd.
Dr Indrani Talukdar

Dr Indrani Talukdar

Research Fellow at Indian Council of World Affairs, New Delhi.
Dr Varaprasad S Dolla

Dr Varaprasad S Dolla

Professor, Chinese Studies in Jawaharlal Nehru University
Ambassador Meera Shankar IFS (Retd)

Ambassador Meera Shankar IFS (Retd)

Former Ambassador of India to the United States of America

Mr. Amitabh Bhagat

Ambassador Skand Ranjan Tayal IFS (Retd)

Former Envoy to Uzbekistan

Vice Admiral MS Pawar, AVSM, VSM

Deputy Chief of The Naval Staff

DR. VIJAY KUMAR SARASWAT

MEMBER, NITI AAYOG & CHANCELLOR, JAWAHARLAL NEHRU UNIVERSITY

THE SCHEDULE

Inaugural Session

10:00 AM

Coffee Break

10:30 AM

Session I

11:00 AM

Lunch

12:30 PM

Session – II

01:30 PM

Session – III

03:00 PM

Tea Break

05:00 PM

Coffee Break

09:00 AM

Session – IV

09:30 AM

Session – V

11:00 PM

Lunch

12:30 PM

Session – VI

1:30 PM

Valedictory Session

03:00 PM

High Tea

04:00 PM

DELEGATE FEE

5,000
  • Access to the event (Both days)
  • Lunch & Dinner (Both days)

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Contact Person
Ms. Nisha Ramdas, GDF Coordinator
Phone: +91-9650977833, nisha@globaldialogueforum.org

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ADDRESS

The Leela Palace New Delhi, Modern Palace Luxury Hotel

Africa Ave, Diplomatic Enclave
Chanakyapuri
Delhi 110023

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