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Virtual Event | An Intensifying Rivalry? The Future of India-China Relations

Virtual Event | An Intensifying Rivalry? The Future of India-China Relations

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Join Hudson Institute for an expert panel discussion on the status of Sino-Indian relations and the influence of competition between the U.S.-China on that relationship.

Ten months after the beginning of their most recent border standoff, relations between India and China remain on a downward trajectory. China’s deepening military and economic relationships with countries of South Asia and the Indian Ocean region has raised fears of strategic encirclement of India. India’s response has been to align more closely with the United States and democratic allies Japan and Australia. Join Hudson Institute Research Fellow Aparna Pande and expert panelists for a discussion on this timely topic.

Panelists

Shivshankar Menon

Former National Security Advisor and Former Foreign Secretary, Government of India

Jayadeva Ranade

Former Additional Secretary, Cabinet Secretariat, Government of India & President, Centre for China Analysis and Strategy

Moderator

Dr. Aparna Pande

Research Fellow and Director, Initiative on the Future of India and South Asia, Hudson Institute

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