Pranjal Sharma, Economic Analyst, Advisor and Writer & Author-India Automated; Nirupama Rao, Former Foreign Secretary and Ambassador of India to China, USA & Sri Lanka; Claude Smadja, Chairman, Smadja & Smadja Strategic Advisory Inc and Harry Broadman, Partner & Practice Chair, Berkeley Research Group LLC; Johns Hopkins University Faculty; Author, Africa's Silk Road: China and Indias New Economic Frontier discuss how India has to find ways to solve its security and economic conundrum as it coexists with its neighbour China.
Shyam Saran, Former Foreign Secretary & Former Chairman of the National Security Advisory Board and Sanjay Kirloskar, then President AIMA discussing how India today has to find ways to protect its national interest without painting itself into the corner.
General J J Singh, Former Chief of the Army and Governor of Arunachal Pradesh and Sanjay Kirloskar, then President, AIMA and Chairman & Managing Director, Kirloskar Brothers Limited discussing the need for leaders of India and China to come together to help resolve the current situation rather than the military officers trying to resolve it.
Dr. Harry G. Broadman, Partner and Managing Director, Chair, Emerging Markets Practice, Berkeley Research Group LLC shares his thoughts on Indian and Chinese corporates in international markets.
Dr Harry G Broadman, Partner and Managing Director, Chair, Emerging Markets Practice, Berkeley Research and Sanjay Kirloskar, then President, AIMA and Chairman & Managing Director, Kirloskar Brothers Limited feel that India has all the ingredients to compete with China but it has plenty of work to do.
Mr Shyam Saran, Former Foreign Secretary & Former Chairman of the National Security Advisory Board deliberating on Locating India's Space in a Congested Geopolitical Terrain.
Gen V P Malik, Former Chief of Army Staff & Mr Sanjay Kirloskar, President, AIMA discussing that the need of the hour is to reset and re-collaborate relations with China.
Opening session on Reimagining US-India ties of AIMA's US India Conference 2019, where the speakers discuss how the relations between India and the USA are important not only to the two nations, but also to the Indo-Pacific region and the rest of the world.