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Published on Apr 7, 2016
In this public lecture, the panelist look at the contours of the China-India bilateral relationship in the context of new global challenges. These challenges include climate change mitigation, global terrorism in the aftermath of the rise of ISIS (Islamic state of Iraq and the Levant), and the South China Sea conflict. The global financial sector is also set to undergo a sea change. China and India are actively working together in establishing a new financial institution that would cater to developing countries -- the New Development Bank. China's Road and Belt Initiative may also change the trajectory of regional cooperation and trade within South and Southeast Asia.
This public session is part of the 5th Regional Security roundtable. Held at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, the Roundtable brings together eminent scholars and policymakers from China and India to discuss the challenges and avenues of cooperation within the China-India bilateral relationship.
The panelist consists of Prof Kishore Mahbubani, Ambassador Jayant Prasad, and Major-Gen Dr Yao Yunzhu.