Watch live streaming of #CPPRWebinar on ‘US Presidential Election 2020: Charting the Future of US-India Ties’

Watch live streaming of webinar organised by the CPPR-Centre for Strategic Studies shall explore the future of US-India ties in the context of the US Presidential elections 2020. The upcoming elections stand crucial for all nations as the new President who takes over the world’s most powerful office will set the tone of international relations. Our renowned speakers will address how election results will impact trade policies and the geopolitics between India and the US.

Posted by Centre for Public Policy Research on Thursday, October 22, 2020

Watch live streaming of webinar organised by the CPPR-Centre for Strategic Studies to explore the future of US-India ties in the context of the US Presidential elections 2020. The upcoming elections stand crucial for all nations as the new President who takes over the world’s most powerful office will set the tone of international relations. Our renowned speakers will address how election results will impact trade policies and the geopolitics between India and the US.


Speakers

Richard M. Rossow

Richard M. Rossow holds Wadhwani Chair in U.S. India Policy Studies at The Center for Strategic and International Studies, Washington. As CSIS’ resident India scholar, Rossow helps frame and shape policies to promote greater business and economic engagement between the two countries and has also formerly served as the deputy director of the US-India Business Council.Prof G GopakumarProf Dr G Gopkaumar is former Vice Chancellor of the Central University of Kerala and former Head, Department of Political Science, Kerala University. A leading political scientist and psephologist, he specialises in the areas of International Relations, Comparative Politics and Indian Politics. He is also advisor to CPPR and has been one of the pioneers in the area of electoral studies in India.

Moderator
Dr D Dhanuraj Dr D Dhanuraj is the Chairman of Centre for Public Policy Research, India. A PhD holder in Science and Humanities and has worked extensively with the development sector in the capacity of public policy researcher. His areas of interest include; urbanisation, urban transport & infrastructure, education, health, livelihood, law, and election analysis.

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