East of India, South of China: Sino-Indian Encounters in Southeast Asia

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When: Nov 16 2017 - 12:00pm until Nov 16 2017 - 1:30pm
Where: 1819 L St NW, Sixth Floor Conference Room, Washington DC, 20036
What:

East of India, South of China: Sino-Indian Encounters in Southeast Asia

Book Launch and Discussion

An Asia Pacific Foreign Policy and Defense Seminar featuring:

Amitav Acharya
Distinguished Professor of International Relations and the UNESCO Chair in Transnational Challenges
and Governance, School of International Service, American University

Dr.Satu Limaye (Discussant)
Director, East-West Center in Washington

East of India, South of China: Sino-Indian Encounters in Southeast Asia Book Launch and Discussion from East-West Center on Vimeo.


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East of India, South of China is an incisive analysis of the ebbs and flows of the geopolitical fortunes of India and China-the two Asian giants-in Southeast Asia. Amitav Acharya charts the key events and turning points in the triangular relationship between India, China, and Southeast Asia since the times of Jawaharlal Nehru, and unravels its importance in the construction of the Asian and global strategic order.

This talk was based on the author’s recent book, East of India, South of China: Sino-Indian Encounters in Southeast Asia (Oxford 2017) https://global.oup.com/academic/product/east-of-india-south-of-china-9780199461141?cc=us&lang=en&

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Amitav Acharya is Distinguished Professor of International Relations and the UNESCO Chair in Transnational Challenges and Governance at the School of International Service, American University, Washington, DC. During 2016-17 he was the inaugural Boeing Company Chair in International Relations at the Schwarzman Scholars Program, Tsinghua University, Beijing. His books include: The End of American World Order (Polity 2014, and Oxford India 2015); The Making of Southeast Asia: The International Relations of a Region (Cornell 2013); and Whose Ideas Matter? Agency and Power in Asian Regionalism (Cornell 2009).

Dr. Satu Limaye is Director, East West Center in Washington and the creator of the Asia Matters for America/America Matters for Asia initiative. He is also Senior Advisor, CNA Corporation. Earlier, Dr Limaye served on the research staff of the Strategy, Forces & Resources Division at the Institute for Defense Analyses (IDA) and Director of Research & Publications at the Asia Pacific Center for Security Studies. His India-related publications include: Weighted West, Focused on the Indian Ocean and Cooperating Across the Indo-Pacific: India’s New Maritime Strategy, Capabilities and Diplomacy (2017); The Future of U.S.-India Naval Relations (2017); The Middle Riparian’s Quandaries: India and the Brahmaputra River Basin in Water Resource Competition in the Brahmaputra River Basin (2016); U.S.-India Security Burden-Sharing? The Potential for Coordinated Capacity-Building in the Indian Ocean (2013); and U.S.-Indian Relations: The Pursuit of Accommodation (Westview Press). Dr. Limaye also writes the annual analysis of India-East Asia and U.S.-India relations for the Pacific Forum CSIS journal Comparative Connections. He is a magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Georgetown University and received his doctorate from Oxford University (Magdalen College) where he was a George C. Marshall Scholar.


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