Kochi, Jan 21 (UNI) Deliberations at the three-day international conference on economic and strategic relations among India, China and the US will be kicked off tomorrow with a paper on'India-China-US Triangle' by Professor John Garver of Georgia Tech University in the US, at SCMS Campus near here.
The conference, which would be formally inaugurated with a banquet this evening, has been convened by Centre for National Renaissance (CNR), New Delhi in association with Fairbank Centre, Harvard University in the US and the Centre for China in the World Economy, Tsinghua University in China.
The meeting will deliberate on four important questions-- Will India and China continue to grow economically and militarily or are there obstacles for such growth? Will Indo-Sino relations be an opportunity or threat for the US? Will the US be able to strategically partner with India or China or both for a new world order ? Will India and China be politically stable in the future? Eminent speakers at the conference include Former Union External Affairs Minister Jaswant Singh, (Rtd) Air Chief Marshal S K Krishnaswamy, Media Advisor to the PM Sanjaya Baru, Former World Bank Vice-President S J Burki, Former Foreign Secretary Salman Haider and Janata Party Leader and CNR Chairman Subramanian Swamy.
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