Back to the Future: A New Era of Conflict in Europe? | Russia-Ukraine War | Raisina 2024

Raisina Dialogue 2024 | Since the Russian invasion of Ukraine plunged Europe into conflict, new defence, security, and diplomatic endeavours have begun across the continent. Twentieth-century security arrangements like NATO are being reinvigorated, and the transatlantic alliance appears more important than ever. The Global South, meanwhile, is hesitant to become a party to another European conflict and is instead seeking ways to mitigate its spill-over effects. Most importantly, the EU and its member states are re-evaluating themselves as military, security and geopolitical players.


Krišjānis Kariņš, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Latvia

Luminița Odobescu, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Romania

Margus Tsahkna, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Estonia

Iryna Borovets, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ukraine

D. Bala Venkatesh Verma, Former Ambassador of India to Russia, India


Amrita Narlikar, Honorary Fellow, Darwin College, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom