Mr. Pramit Pal Chaudhuri is a Distinguished Fellow, Ananta Aspen Centre, and Foreign Editor of the Hindustan Times, the primary newspaper of the Indian capital New Delhi. He has served as a delegate for a number of track-two strategic and economic dialogues on behalf of India’s largest chamber of commerce, the Confederation of Indian Industries, and the affiliated Aspen Institute of India. These include the CII-Aspen Strategy Group India-US strategic dialogue, the Aspen Institute of India-China Reform School dialogue and the CII’s trilateral India-US-Japan dialogue.
Among India’s most prominent commentators on the country’s political and economic relations with the rest of the world, Mr. Pal Chaudhuri combines this with extensive insight into the intricacies of the domestic situation in India. He writes a regular blog, Foreign Hand, and a column for his newspaper. In 2007-08 he was the Bernard Schwarz Fellow at the Asia Society in New York and a Hubert H. Humphrey Fellow at the University of Maryland College Park in 1994-95. Pramit has also been a media fellow at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, South Asia Fellow at the Henry Stimson Centre and Visiting Fellow at his alma mater Cornell University.
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