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Tobby Simon

President, Synergia Foundation

Pankaj Saran

Former Deputy National Security Advisor and Former Ambassador of the Republic of India to the Russian Federation

Venkatesh Varma

Former Ambassador of the Republic of India to the Russian Federation

Paul Naidu

Major General, Strategic Advisor, Synergia Foundation

Ranjan Mathai

Former Foreign Secretary, Government of India

Kapil Mohan

Additional Chief Secretary, Government of Karnataka

Kiran Kumar

Former Chairman of Indian Space Research Organization

G A V Reddy

Lt. General, Strategic Advisor, Synergia Foundation

Vladimir Likhachev

Ph.D. in Technical Sciences, Deputy Director of the Energy Research Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Deputy Director of the Centre for Sustainable Infrastructure Development Research, Institute of Economics and Utility Regulation, Higher School of Economics

Ivan Danilin

Head of the Department of Science and Innovation at the Institute of World Economy and International Relations of the Russian Academy of Sciences; Senior Fellow at the Laboratory of International Process Analysis at MGIMO under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation

Lydia Kulik

Ph.D. in History, Head of India Studies at the SKOLKOVO Institute for Emerging Markets, Senior Research Fellow at RAS Institute of Oriental Studies

Andrey Kortunov

Ph.D. in History, Academic Director of the Russian International Affairs Council, RIAC Member

RIAC an Synergia Foundation Report No. 92 / 2024

Russia — India relations represent an important venue of the emerging multipolar world order. Moscow and New Delhi share a common history, which serves as a basis for the strategic partnership. The two do not hesitate to seize the opportunities of recent years to qualitatively develop bilateral dialogue. The following report analyzes the state of affairs in major Russian-Indian spheres of practical cooperation to identify successful cases of engagement to build upon as well as its limitations. The authors conclude with a set of recommendations for practitioners to bolster trade, energy and STI cooperation between Moscow and New Delhi.

RIAC an Synergia Foundation Report No. 92 / 2024

Russia — India relations represent an important venue of the emerging multipolar world order. Moscow and New Delhi share a common history, which serves as a basis for the strategic partnership. The two do not hesitate to seize the opportunities of recent years to qualitatively develop bilateral dialogue. The following report analyzes the state of affairs in major Russian-Indian spheres of practical cooperation to identify successful cases of engagement to build upon as well as its limitations. The authors conclude with a set of recommendations for practitioners to bolster trade, energy and STI cooperation between Moscow and New Delhi.

Russia — India Relations in Broader Geopolitical Context, 1.7 Mb

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