A discussion with
Shashank Joshi
Research Fellow
Royal United Services Institute

Introduced and moderated by
Bharath Gopalaswamy
Deputy Director, South Asia Center
Atlantic Council

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As a rising power, India intends to play an increasing role on the international stage. But its coalition government is limping towards the end of its second term, faced with a subdued growth rate and an uncertain regional environment after the drawdown of Western forces from Afghanistan in 2014.

Shashank Joshi, research fellow at the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) in London, will explore the mixed legacy of the outgoing Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s foreign policy, its impact on Asia, and implications for the United States.

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