Project for Nordic-India Relations
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Project for Nordic-India Relations

Cooperation between the Nordic region and India is expanding and deepening. Government, industry and people-to-people connections are wide-ranging. With expanding connections follows a greater need to understand one another’s past, present - and possible futures - when shaping policy and strategy. The Project for Nordic-India Relations (PNIR) is a public-private partnership born out of an identified need for research-based dialogue and analysis to enhance Nordic-India partnerships.

PNIR facilitates public and closed conversations, produces analysis, and offers strategic advice on four broad themes relevant to Nordic-India partnerships.

  • Economic cooperation and trade
  • Energy and the green transition
  • Innovation, emerging technologies and supporting eco-systems
  • Security, defence, and foreign policy

PNIR is a part of the Asia programme at the Swedish Institute of International Affairs (UI). The project builds on close collaboration with the Observer Research Foundation (ORF) in New Delhi.

Hur påverkas Sverige av Indiens nya roll i världspolitiken? (In Swedish)

External publications

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The South Asia Initiative

Project closed in december 2021

Previously published material on India and South Asia by UI can be found on the South Asia Initiative page.

The South Asia Initiative


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