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Regional Security and Japan’s Foreign Policy

Regional Security and Japan’s Foreign Policy An Interaction with Mr. Yukio Okamoto   Tuesday, October 27, 2015 (10.50 hrs to 12.15 hrs) at ICRIER Conference Room, India Habitat Center, New Delhi     10:50 – 11:00                       Registration 11:00 – 11:05                       Welcome Remarks, Mr. Sanjay Pulipaka, ICRIER 11:05 – 11:35                       Remarks by Mr. Yukio Okamoto 11:35 – 12:15                       Discussions 12:15                                     Lunch

Panel Discussion on Regionalism in Asia-Pacific Conference Hall, ICRIER, New Delhi October 08, 2015

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Panel Discussion on Changing Balance of Power in Asia-Pacific Conference Hall, ICRIER, New Delhi, September 28, 2015

India-Myanmar Relations : Looking From The Border,” Burma Centre Delhi, 28-29 September, 2015

Assessing Xi Jinping’s Visit to the United States
—Graham Palmer

— ---Graham Palmer

In the past two weeks, much of the American political conversation has centered on Pope Francis’ sensational visit, John Boehner’s surprise resignation, and Russia’s initiation of airstrikes in Syria. While all of these events were historic, they overshadowed an equally important foreign visit – that of Xi Jinping, the President of China. While turmoil in Syria, disarray in the U.S. Congress, and changes in the Catholic Church are crucial to the state of international affairs, the relationship between the U.S. and China remains the most crucial factor shaping developments on the broader global stage. Great power relations, and the state of the international system, hinge on relations between the world’s […]

Panel Discussion on Regionalism in Asia-Pacific

East Asia Research Programme  Panel Discussion on Regionalism in Asia-Pacific Conference Hall, ICRIER, New Delhi October 08, 2015 (Thursday) 2.15 pm – 2.30 pm Registration (Tea and Snacks) 2.30 pm – 2.40 pm Welcome Remarks Mr. Sanjay Pulipaka Consultant ICRIER 2.40 pm – 2.55 pm Triangulating Prosperity: China, India and Japan in 21 Century Prof. Masazumi Wakatabe School of Political Science and Economics Waseda University   2.55 pm – 3.10 pm Japan’s New Role in Regional Security in Asia-Pacific: U.S. Japan Alliance, Multilateralism, and Cooperation with Southeast Asia Prof. Mie Oba Tokyo University of Science 3.10 pm – 3.25 pm China and Regionalism in the Asia-Pacific Dr. Monika Chansoria Senior […]


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Panel Discussion on Changing Balance of Power in Asia-Pacific

On September 28, 2015 (Monday), East Asia Research Programme is organizing its first panel discussion on “Changing Balance of Power in Asia-Pacific” at ICRIER. Noted scholars such as Dr. Sanjaya Baru, Director for Geo-economics and Strategy, International Institute for Strategic Studies, and Prof. Katsuyuki Yakushiji, Professor, Toyo University, will be participating in the panel discussion. Dr. Rajesh Rajagopalan, Professor, Jawaharlal Nehru University; Dr. Pankaj Jha, Director (Research), Indian Council of World Affairs (ICWA); Dr. Jagannath Panda Research Fellow, Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses (IDSA); Ms. Amrita Jash, Editor-in Chief IndraStra Global and Doctoral Candidate, Jawaharlal Nehru University will be speaking during the panel discussion. The discussion will also witness […]