On December 5-6, 2014, the German Marshall Fund of the United States convened the ninth India Trilateral Forum in Bangalore. A partnership with Sweden’s Ministry for Foreign Affairs and the Ananta Aspen Centre, the India Trilateral Forum brings together policymakers and leading commentators from the United States, India, and Europe to discuss shared challenges and opportunities for cooperation.
Participants discussed domestic political developments since Narendra Modi's election as India's prime minister. India's changing relations with its smaller neighbours, relations between China and Pakistan, and efforts at strengthening the Europe-India partnership were also debated. Additionally, developments related to India's digital economy, the space program, and energy security were featured topics of discussion. Highlights from the discussions, which were held under the Chatham House Rule, can be found here: