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Section: Coexisting with the Dragon: India's Security and Economic Conundrum | Category: Management Series

Coexisting with the Dragon: India's Security and Economic Conundrum

Date: 2020-09-21 | Duration: 0:57:40

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.


Speakers: Mr. Pranjal Sharma, Economic Analyst, Advisor and Writer & Author-India Automated interacts with Ms. Nirupama Rao, Former Foreign Secretary and Ambassador of India to China, USA & Sri Lanka ; Mr. Claude Smadja, Chairman, Smadja & Smadja Strategic Advisory Inc and Mr. Harry G. Broadman, Partner & Practice Chair, Berkeley Research Group LLC; Johns Hopkins University Faculty; Author, Africa?s Silk Road: China and India?s New Economic Frontier


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