Bernd von Muenchow-Pohl

Nonresident Scholar
South Asia Program
Von Muenchow-Pohl is a nonresident scholar in Carnegie’s South Asia Program, where his work focuses on Indian domestic, foreign, and economic policy.
 

Education

PhD, University of Göttingen
MA, University of Göttingen

Languages

English; French; German

 

Bernd von Muenchow-Pohl is a nonresident scholar in the South Asia Program of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.

Von Muenchow-Pohl is a career diplomat in the German Foreign Service. Before joining Carnegie, he was director of the German Information Center USA at the German embassy in Washington. From 2005–2008, he headed the Economics Department at the embassy in New Delhi, where his work focused primarily on Indian economic policies and macroeconomic trends, bilateral economic relations, and trade and investment issues.

Von Muenchow-Pohl joined the German Foreign Service in 1986. His early assignments included postings to Seoul, Washington, Warsaw, and Kingston, as well as in the Foreign Office in Bonn and, after German reunification, in Berlin.

  • Hu Jintao; Angela Merkel; Manmohan Singh
    Article August 23, 2012
    EU Relations with China and India: Courting the Dragon, Wooing the Elephant

    Europe can pursue a more interests-based and assertive engagement with both China and India that finds the right mix of realism and self-confidence to make the most of its comparative advantages.

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  • India
    Paper May 10, 2012
    India and Europe in a Multipolar World

    While the relationship between the European Union and India has a great deal of potential, it has underperformed. To revitalize it, both sides need to move from dialogue to joint action on a regional or multilateral level.

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  • The Fireworks Are Still Missing
    Op-Ed Great Indian Dream November 18, 2011
    The Fireworks Are Still Missing

    Despite initially high expectations, the enhanced relationship between India and the European Union has so far made relatively little impact and has fallen short of its own objectives.

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  • Carnegie Europe
    October 2, 2012 Brussels
    EU Relations with China and India: Courting the Dragon, Wooing the Elephant

    With the right mix of realism and self-confidence, the EU may be able to pursue a more interests-based and assertive engagement with China and India.

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  • June 26, 2012 Brussels
    India and Europe in a Multipolar World

    As the global power balance continues to shift, India and the European Union seek to define their roles and strengthen their strategic partnership.

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  • May 10, 2012 Washington, D.C.
    India and the European Union

    Both India and the European Union can be seen as emerging powers with shared features, interests, and challenges. Their “strategic partnership” holds significant potential, yet continues to underperform.

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