Arpita Anant

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  • Arpita Anant is Associate Fellow at Manohar Parrikar Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses, New Delhi. Click here for detailed profile.

    Development and India's Economic Multilateralism: Where from? … Where To?

    The Financing for Development (FFD) process and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) process are some of the recent events in the realm of economic multilateralism in the United Nations (UN). India, on its part, has always engaged with the UN and global multilateral processes. This study seeks to focus on India’s diplomacy on FFD and SDGs in the context of its long history of engaging with global economic governance through the UN.

    2020

    Significance of SDGs and India’s Evolving Global Role

    India has demonstrated a bold commitment to multilateralism. On all three parameters – ideational, diplomatic and institutional – India’s role is a continuation of a long lineage. As for the implementation of SDGs, India is trying to ensure that its impressive growth trickles down to the last man standing through proactive state interventions.

    November 08, 2019

    UN Security Council Reform

    July 17, 2019

    Associate Fellow, IDSA, Dr Arpita Anant’s Op-Ed piece on ‘UN Security Council Reform has been published in the Marathi newspaper ‘Sakal’ on July 17, 2019.

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    What pales the counter-terrorism regime

    What pales the counter-terrorism regime is not that its procedures are cumbersome or that its working is not transparent, but that it only selectively raises the cost for those who inflict terror.

    May 06, 2019

    Global Governance and the Need for ‘Pragmatic Activism’ in India’s Multilateralism

    While global governance is all about creating an international order that addresses the interests of the big and small nations and people, non-government and corporate entities, the foreign policy of a state, including its multilateralism, aims at achieving its national interest. Tension between the two therefore is only natural. Often this is depicted as a hiatus between the greater good associated with idealism and self-interest associated with pragmatism.

    September 2015

    India in Global Governance: Engaging the Counter-Terrorism Regime

    Event: 
    Fellows' Seminar
    May 22, 2015
    Time: 
    1030 to 1300 hrs

    United Nations Security Council Reform: Perspectives and Prospects

    United Nations Security Council Reform: Perspectives and Prospects

    Over the years, the world has changed in fundamental ways. We are witnessing a resurgence of Asia, Africa and Latin America. Growth and development have not only made the countries more interdependent, but new and increasingly complex challenges have also arisen. For multilateralism to remain relevant and effective in today's world, multilateral institutions must adapt and reform to reflect contemporary geo-political realities. It is in this context that the expansion of the UN Security Council is of significance.

    2014

    Peacekeeping and Peace-building: Indian Engagements

    Event: 
    Fellows' Seminar
    June 13, 2014
    Time: 
    1030 to 1300 hrs

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