NIAS Wednesday Discussion-Prof. Suba Chandran will speak on “Emerging World Order: Between Status Quo, Transition and Transformation”

NIAS Wednesday Discussion

  

  

Topic:              “Emerging World Order:  

Between Status Quo, Transition and Transformation”                    

  

Speaker:          D. Suba Chandran 

                        Professor & Dean, School of Conflict and Security Studies, NIAS 

subachandran@nias.res.in

                                    

Chairperson:    Rajaram Nagappa

                        Visiting Professor, School of Conflict and Security Studies, NIAS 

r.nagappa@nias.res.in

                         

Date:               9 June  2021 

  

Time:               4.00 PM 

  

Meeting Link  Click here to join the meeting

 

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Abstract: Since the 1990s, a new world order has been emerging, described as either unipolar or multipolar. A status quo was getting in place; however, during recent years, one could see a challenge to this status quo. While the US and Europe are trying to maintain the status quo, China is trying to question it. From the One Belt One Road to Indo-Pacific, there are new strategies to challenge/maintain the status quo. 

 

The lecture tries to answer the following: What is the nature of global politics today? What is likely to be the world order in the 2020s and 2030s? Will the status quo continue? Will there be a transformation? Or, will the next two decades remain in transition? 

 

About the speaker: D. Suba Chandran is a Professor and Dean of the School of Conflict and Security Studies, at the National Institute of Advanced Studies (NIAS). He teaches a course at the Institute on Global Politics. He edits "The World This Week" and "NIAS Quarterly on Contemporary World Affairs" published as a part of his Course activities. 

  

 

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For further info, please contact Prof Anindya Sinha [asinha@nias.res.in] or Shri K S Rama Krishna [ksr@nias.res.in], Coordinators of the NIAS Wednesday Discussion Meetings. 

  

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Date: 
Wednesday, June 9, 2021