"Rise of India and China: Implications for International Relations in Asia" conference - 17th June

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On 17 June 2013, at 67 Nowy Świat street, a conference was organised by Institute of International Relations (University of Warsaw) and Centre for Contemporary India Research and Studies. The conference was entitled: Rise of India and China: Implications for International Relations in AsiaDistinguished panelists delivered their speeches in two panels:  

 

I Panel: India and China in security system in Asia-Pacific region

 

  1. Prof. Baladas Ghoshal, former JNU Professor,Visiting Professor in the Department of International Relations at the Russian State University of Humanities, Moscow
    Rise of China and the Indian Response
  2. Prof. Krzysztof Dębnicki, Collegium Civitas, University of Warsaw,
    Pakistan factor in India-China relations
  3.  Dr Agnieszka Kuszewska, Poland-Asia Research Center, University of Social Sciences and Humanities
    Kashmir in India-China relations

Moderator: dr Bogusław Zaleski, Institute of International Relations

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II Panel: India and China in the period of globalization: implications for world order

 

  1.  Dr Dominik Mierzejewski, University of Lodz
    China’s economic reforms: challenge for India?
  2.  Dr Karina Jędrzejowska, Institute of International Relations, University of Warsaw
    India's and China's financial systems - opportunities and challenges in times of crisis
  3. Dr Bogusław Zaleski, Institute of International Relations, University of Warsaw
    Great Game in Asia-Pacific region: India-China-US

Moderator: Aleksandra Jaskólska, Institute of International Relations 

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