CES, SIS is organising a Workshop on Challenges before the European Integration Project: Implications for India

Event From Date: 
Wednesday, 13 September 2017
Event Date: 
Thursday, 14 September 2017
Event Title: 
CES, SIS is organising a Workshop on Challenges before the European Integration Project: Implications for India
Event Details: 

JNU Jean Monnet Chair
in European Economic Integration & Energy Security
&
Centre for European Studies
School of International Studies

 

Workshop on

 

Challenges before the European Integration Project: Implications for India

 

13-14 September 2017
Seminar Room No. 344 (SIS, New Building)

 

AGENDA
DAY 1:  Wednesday, 13 September 2017

0930-1000    Registration
1000-1100    Inaugural Session
Chair: Prof Bhaswati Sarkar
, Chairperson, Centre for European Studies
Introduction: Prof Gulshan Sachdeva, Jean Monnet Chair & Director, UGC Europe Area Studies Programme
Inaugural Remarks : Prof Chintamani Mahapatra, Rector, JNU
Remarks:  Ms Friederike Tschampa, Head of Political Affairs, EU Delegation to India
Remarks: Mr Arno Kirchhof, Minister Counsellor, Embassy of Germany

1100-1115    Tea/Coffee Break

1115-1300    Session I Some Key Policy Issues
Chair: Prof Balveer Arora, Chairman, Centre for Multilevel Federalism & Former Rector, JNU
Prof B. Krishnamurthy, Head, Centre for European Studies, Pondicherry University
European Union and Multilateralism: Preference, Performance and Pitfalls
Prof Ummu Salma Bava, Centre for European Studies, JNU
Changing Security Dynamics in Europe
Prof Purusottam Bhattacharya, Former Director, School of International Relations & Strategic Studies, Jadavpur University, Kolkata
Brexit: Britain’s European Odyssey- Hubris or Nemesis?
Prof Bhaswati Sarkar, Centre for European Studies, JNU
Rightwing Political Parties in Europe: Implications for the European Union
Dr Krishnendra Meena, Assistant Professor, CIPOD, JNU
          Borders in Europe: From Westphalia to Schengen

1300-1400    Lunch Break

1400-1530    Session II Foreign Policy & Security Issues

Chair:  Prof Purusottam Bhattacharya, Jadavpur University, Kolkata
Dr Manasi Singh, Assistant Professor, Central University of Gujarat
     The EU & Asian Security Order: Normative Aspirations and Strategic Interests
Dr Teiborlang T Kharsyntiew, Assistant Professor, Centre for European Studies, JNU
   Domestic Constraints in EU's Common Foreign and Security Policy: The Ukrainian Crisis
Dr Dinoj K Upadhyay, Research Fellow, Indian Council of World Affairs
      Changing Contours of Europe-Russia Relations
Dr Satya Narayan Prasad, Associate Professor, Centre for European Studies, JNU
      Security Challenges in the Baltics

1530-1545    Tea/Coffee Break

1600-1730    Session III Energy, Climate & Refugee Issues
Chair:  Prof A K Pash
a, SIS, JNU
Dr Vijeta Rattani, Climate Change Division, Centre for Science & Environment
         The European Union at a Crossroads on Climate Change Negotiations
Swati Prabhu, Doctoral Candidate, Centre for European Studies, JNU
        Nuclear Energy Debate in the European Union
Dr Divya Rani, Academic Associate, Indira Gandhi National Open University
      The 2009 Greek Financial Crisis: Responses and Implications
Vijayta Mahendru, Doctoral Candidate, Centre for European Studies, JNU
     Refugee Crisis in Europe: An Overview
Neha, Doctoral Candidate, Centre for European Studies, JNU
      Economic Impact of Refugees on Europe

 

DAY 2 : Thursday, 14 September 2017
1000-1130    Session IV
India-EU Strategic Partnership

Chair: Prof Ram Upendra Das, Director, Centre for Regional Trade, New Delhi.
Prof Rajendra K. Jain, Centre for European Studies, JNU
       India and the European Union: Perceptions, Narratives, Prospects
Prof Gulshan Sachdeva, Centre for European Studies, JNU
       Prospects for India-EU Trade and Investment Agreement
Dr Sheetal Sharma, Centre for European Studies, JNU
       Contours of Multiculturalism in India and Europe

1130-1145    Tea/Coffee Break

1145-1300    Session V Development Partnership
Chair: Prof Sanjay Kumar Pandey, SIS, JNU
Prof  Jayaraj Amin
, Mangalore University
         European Development Policy with Special Reference to India
Dr Dhananjay Tripathi, Assistant Professor, South Asian University
         Development Role of the European Union in South Asia