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Foreign Policy Perspectives: India’s Geopolitical Ascendancy

Foreign Policy Perspectives: India’s Geopolitical Ascendancy In-Person / Online

Thursday, June 20, 2024
10:00am - 11:00am Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
Reading Room - HCHB RM 1894
All Department of Commerce Staff

Please join the Commerce Research Library in welcoming Foreign Policy's Rishi Iyengar (Staff Writer), in conversation with Tim Pippard (VP, Group Subscriptions and Strategy). They will discuss several geopolitical, economic, and technological elements of an emerging and rising India, including:

  • India's semiconductor push
  • Technology's role in the India-US relationship
  • The tension between 'Make In India' and protectionism
  • How India is (and isn't) like China


Rishi Iyengar is a reporter at Foreign Policy, covering the intersection of geopolitics and technology. Prior to joining FP, he spent six years at CNN Business as India editor in New Delhi and a technology writer in San Francisco, as well as two years reporting for Time magazine from Hong Kong.

Tim Pippard is Vice President of Group Subscriptions and Strategy at Foreign Policy. Prior to joining FP, Tim founded and served from 2020-2024 as Managing Partner of GWT Intelligence, a consulting and advisory firm focused on advanced military technologies, He previously held executive leadership positions with Janes and IHS Markit and has supported numerous commercial technology firms in the development of their competitive positioning and market entry strategies.

Registration is required. There are 74 in-person seats available. There are 9,976 online seats available.

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