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Can Delhi-Warsaw Ties Underpin a Stronger India-EU Framework?

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  • March 08, 2021

    Research Fellow, Manohar Parrikar IDSA, Dr. Jagannath Panda's piece ‘Can Delhi-Warsaw Ties Underpin a Stronger India-EU Framework?’ has been published by ‘Wszystko Co Najważniejsze’, a Polish Opinion Monthly.

    The piece argues that India-Poland cooperation, within the fabric of multilateral institutions like the World Trade Organization (WTO), forms a key driving force behind Poland’s outreach to India. As India attempts to attain more economic independence from China post-pandemic, Poland can be a critical partner within the EU. Warsaw too supports taking a “more assertive approach” towards China on trade. In other words, both India and Poland are staunch supporters of creating a level playing field in the trade and investment domain by ensuring that Chinese state-owned enterprises are fully compliant with international norms. Here, India and Poland could potentially collaborate to push forth a reformed WTO — something India has consistently lobbied for — within their broader multilateral trade liberalization policies.

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