India, China, and Russia are all set to play a major role on the global stage throughout the rest of the twenty-first century. The relationships between the three nations are complex, however, with opportunities for cooperation in areas of convergent interests often being hamstrung by long-standing disputes and rivalries. This half-day conference explored how New Delhi, Beijing, and Moscow are likely to cooperate—or clash—on major questions of international order, including energy security, defense cooperation, and regional dynamics. It also considered the likely implications for the West.
Welcome and Introduction
The Quest for Global Power Status
Convergences and Conflicts of Interests
This event was co-sponsored by the American Foreign Policy Council
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