The Gulf Research Center
will organizeMeeting of the GCC-India Research Group
June 16, 2009
Dubai, GRC Conference Room
The GCC-India Research Group is a two-year project spearheaded by the Gulf Research Center and the Indian Embassy in the UAE to assess the current trends and patterns of GCC-India relations from economic, political, security, educational, cultural, environmental and international political economic perspectives; and projecting a near and medium term horizon for deepening multifaceted relations. Particular emphasis will be given to identify the potentials as well as challenges to visualize a future trajectory in order to devise enabling policy regimes. The broad themes to be covered in the study can be identified as follows: Historical linkages and Current Patterns; Economic Relations: Trade, Investment, Labor Supply, etc.; Political Relations: Changing Geopolitical Spectrum and Foreign Relations; Security and Strategic Aspects; Energy and Environment; Education and Human Resources; Culture and religion; Medium term (5 year) and long term (10 year) Scenarios; and Policy Recommendations.
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