Introductory Presentations

Introduction of the High Commissioner of India to the UK.
Professor Matthew McCarthey, Director of the Contemporary South Asian Studies Programme, SIAS and Wolfson College, University of Oxford.

 

 

India's Global Role
H.E. Mr Ranjan Mathai. High Commissioner of India to the United Kingdom.

 

Why "World Perspectives on India's Global Role"?
Dr Kate Sullivan, Contemporary South Asian Studies Programme, SIAS, University of Oxford

 

Status and Security: Chinese Views of a Nuclear India from the 1998 Tests to the 2008 NSG Waiver
Dr Nicola Horsburgh, University of Oxford

 

Status and Security: Chinese Views of a Nuclear India from the 1998 Tests to the 2008 NSG Waiver
Discussant: Professor Rosemary Foot, Department of Politics and International Relations and St. Antony's College, Oxford

 

India in Climate Change: The View from Tokyo
Dr Yuka Kobayashi, SOAS

 

India in Climate Change: The View from Tokyo
Discussant: Professor Wilhelm Vosse, Academic Visitor, St. Antony's College, Oxford and International Christian University, Japan

 

The Eastern Brother: Brazil's View of India as a Diplomatic Partner in World Trade
Discussant: Dr Timothy Power, Latin American Centre, SIAS and St. Cross College, Oxford

 

 

'The Other Pacifist' : Mexican Views on India's Quest for Great Power Status
Gilberto Estrada-Harris, University of Oxford

 

'The Other Pacifist' : Mexican Views on India's Quest for Great Power Status
Discussant: Dr Halbert Jones, Latin American Centre, SIAS and St. Antony's College, Oxford

Views of India from the Conflicting Parties in Syria
Discussant: Dr Louise Fawcett, DPIR and St. Catherine's College, Oxford

 

Russian Views of India in the Context of Afghanistan
Discussant: Dr Roy Allison, Russian and East European Studies, SIAS and St. Antony's College, Oxford

 

Partners and Adversaries: South African Views of India during and after the Cold War
Discussant: 
Professor William Beinart, Rhodes Professor of Race Relations, SIAS and St Antony’s College, Oxford

 

What does 'Development Cooperation' mean? Perceptions from Africa and India
Discussant: Professor Matthew McCartney, Contemporary South Asian Studies Programme, SIAS and Wolfson College, Oxford