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The China Challenge Discussion Series

The China Challenge Discussion Series

Aparna Pande

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Hudson Institute and the Takshashila Institution hosted The China Challenge online discussion series over six weeks between August 28, 2020, and October 2, 2020. The fundamental question underpinning these discussions was how India and the US should respond to China’s increasing assertiveness and growing global ambitions. This event summary is a compilation of the ideas and arguments made during these discussions, and quotations have been edited lightly for clarity and grammar.

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