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Enter the Tiger

A live event series.

House of War: Enter the Tiger.

"House of War: Enter the Tiger" delves into India's intricate geopolitical landscape, underscored by its strategic maneuvers and emerging alliances that redefine its global standing and influence. India's geopolitical ascent is marked by its potential to become the world's third-largest economy within the next five years, a testament to its economic and geopolitical significance. Amidst a challenging global scenario, India's presidency of the G20 in 2023 showcased its pivotal role in shaping the future global economy, suggesting a strategic pivot towards leveraging its economic growth for broader geopolitical influence1​.

Relations between India and China in 2023 did not see the anticipated thaw, despite some stabilization efforts and discussions aimed at resolving border standoffs. The persistent border tensions, underpinned by a long-standing military crisis since 2020, highlight the complex dynamics between the two nations. The strategic dialogue, including defense and foreign minister-level talks within the framework of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, underscored the efforts towards de-escalation. However, the deep-rooted issues, including the India-U.S. partnership and competition in South Asia, underscore the challenges in India-China relations2​.

India's geopolitical strategy also involves enhancing its regional influence, evident from its leadership role within the Global South, particularly during the G20 summit hosted in New Delhi. This move, coupled with its refusal to align with Western pressure on sanctions against Russia, underscores India's intent to chart an independent course in its foreign policy and strategic alliances3.

The Atlantic Council's analysis highlights India's growing geopolitical relevance, not only in its immediate neighborhood but also in its relations with major global players like the United States and Japan. The strengthening of US-India ties, particularly in defense and security within the Indo-Pacific region, marks a significant shift in the regional balance of power. This development is part of a broader trend of India gaining strategic leverage at the expense of traditional powers in the region, such as China and Pakistan. However, this rise in geopolitical influence could potentially escalate tensions in the region, highlighting the need for a nuanced approach in international engagement with India​4​.

"House of War: Enter the Tiger" could provide a comprehensive overview of India's evolving geopolitical narrative, focusing on its complex relationships with neighboring countries, strategic alliances, and its positioning as an emerging superpower in a rapidly changing global order.

1. ​ World Economic Forum
2. ​ The Diplomat
3. ​ Hindustan Times
4.  Atlantic Council

Please note, this is a live event series, and the forum is a Twitter space with speakers on video and the discussion being broadcasted to YouTube, Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and Twitch. Participating speakers will be able to stream the event to their own social media channels  as well. Audience members will be able to comment and ask questions by posting their comments on various social media platforms, or by direct messaging our staff on Twitter during the event. Appropriate audience questions or comments will be posted live onscreen for our speaker panel to address in real-time.

This event will be moderated in order to endeavor to provide a safe, hate-free forum for learning and education purposes about the Middle East.

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Daniel Sadan

Host & Producer of live, weekly Twitter space events and podcasts. Started covering geopolitics of the Middle East & North Africa (MENA), the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, history, religion, culture, and now I'm doing American  culture & trending topics.  On Twitter @RealDanSadan.
Decades of experience as a human being, and now podcasting what I know.