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Please join us on Thursday December 1st to discuss a recently released report by scholars from the Heritage Foundation, Australian think tank Lowy Institute, and Indian think tank Observer Research Foundation titled, “Shared Goals, Converging Interests: A Plan for U.S.-Australia-India Cooperation in the Indo-Pacific.” The report recommends instituting a trilateral dialogue and closer cooperation among the three democratic powers to promote maritime security, nonproliferation, counterterrorism and other important regional goals with any an eye to encouraging a more stable and predictable order in the Asia-Pacific region. Following launches of the report in Sydney and New Delhi in early November, the Australian Prime Minister announced last week her intention to reverse the ban on uranium sales to India. Come hear panelists discuss what this major development means for Australia-India relations and the broader concept of a trilateral dialogue with the U.S.
More About the Speakers
Deputy Chief of Mission, Australian Embassy, Washington, DC
Director, Observer Research Foundation, New Delhi
Senior Research Fellow, Asian Studies Center, The Heritage Foundation
Director, Asian Studies Center