On January 21st, Grandview Institution (Beijing) held a video conference under the framework of Dialogue Series on China-India relations, with the theme of Current Challenges and Policy Imperatives.
The panellists are:
Dr. Rong Ying, Vice President and Senior Research Fellow, China Institute of International Studies
Dr. Jabin T. Jacob, Associate Professor at the Department of International Relations and Governance Studies at the Shiv Nadar University
Dr. Ma Jiali, Director of Centre of Strategic Studies, China Reform Forum
Dr. Rajeev Ranjan Chaturvedy, Associate Professor, the School of Historical Studies and the School of International Studies at Nalanda University
Dr. Ouyang Wei,Vice Chairman of Academic Committee of Grandview Institution as well as the Director of Center for Borderland Studies
Dr. Li Mingjiang, Associate Professor and Provost’s Chair in International Relations, RSIS, NTU, Singapore
Proposed Guiding Questions for Panelists:
1. How does China see the current challenges in relations with India? What are China’s long-term strategies towards India?
2. What are India’s main concerns about its relations with China? Where does India place China in Indian foreign relations?
3. What lessons could be learned from the past experiences of resolving crises in China-India relations? What could China possibly do to help bring the current bilateral ties back to the normal track?
4. What constraints does India face in improving relations with China now? Is there any policy room for India to navigate for the mitigation of tensions between the two countries?