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Nov 14

U.S.-India Engagement: Laying the Foundations for a New Asian Security Architecture

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The Heritage Foundation is pleased to host a timely discussion on U.S.-India relations prior to the Sixth Annual East Asia Summit to be held November 17-19 in Indonesia. Our program will be led by one of India’s foremost security affairs experts and former member of India’s National Security Advisory Board, Professor Bharat Karnad. Professor Karnad will be joined by a panel of experts to assess India’s growing role in Asia and how the U.S. and India can work more closely to promote mutual interests in the region. Our speakers will examine the opportunities and constraints to furthering U.S.-India cooperation in the Indo-Pacific region, especially in maintaining freedom of navigation on the open seas and shaping the future security architecture in the region.

More About the Speakers

Bharat Karnad
Research Professor, National Security Studies, Center for Policy Research, New Delhi

With Panelists
Dr. Daniel Twining
Senior Fellow for Asia, The German Marshall Fund of the United States

Lisa Curtis
Senior Research Fellow, Asian Studies Center, The Heritage Foundation

Hosted By

Walter Lohman Walter Lohman

Director, Asian Studies Center Read More