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Great Powers and Global Peace: Different Perspectives

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The U.S. is the superpower; India is the largest democracy in the world; China is the second largest economy and most populous country. What these three countries do now and in the future will have a huge impact on peace and prosperity in the world.

How can Delhi, Washington, and Beijing work together in sustaining peace and prosperity?Will differences in the political system and values make it impossible for such grand collaboration to take place? What lessons can be drawn from a recent border dispute between China and India? How should the U.S. approach the proliferation issue in the Korean Peninsula?

These are the questions that will be addressed by Ambassador Arun Singh, former Indian Ambassador to the U.S. and Hank Levine, former American Consul General in Shanghai.

*Light refreshments will be served*

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Ambassador Arun Singh

Former Indian Ambassador to the U.S. and Halle Distinguished Fellow

Hank Levine

Senior Advisor at the Albright Stonebridge Group, former Consul General at the U.S. Consulate in Shanghai


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