Faculty Roundtable: "India-China Relations: A Source of Rising Concern?"
November 17, 12:00pm - 1:30pm
Mānoa Campus, Zoom
Recent deadly clashes along the India-China border prompted concern for many regional security analysts. The 2020 skirmish, which left dozens of Indian and Chinese soldiers dead, was the first deadly clash between the two countries since 1975. As both India and China compete for regional (and global) influence in the 21st century, the likelihood for confrontation will only increase. This panel will examine India and China’s policies toward one another and the sources of potential instability and conflict.
Andrea Malji, Department of History and International Studies at Hawai‘i Pacific University.
Yong Jae Kim, Department of History and International Studies at Hawai‘i Pacific University.
Anna Stirr, Department of Asian Studies Department. Director of Center for South Asian Studies, UHM.
Co-sponsored by HPU Department of History and International Studies and UHM Asian Studies Department, Center for South Asian Studies.
Register for this webinar: https://hawaii.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_SmmyPQfmS-WaIrlYYo-cDQ
UHM Asian Studies Department, Center for South Asian Studies, Mānoa Campus