SouthAsiaSourceSep 22, 2021
Experts react: The September 2021 White House QUAD meeting
By Atlantic Council
US President Joe Biden is set to host a first in-person Quad meeting on September 24, 2021, with Australia, India, and Japan present. South Asia Center experts react to the meeting and offer insight into what to expect.
Anand Raghuraman is a nonresident fellow at the South Asia Center and a vice president at The Asia Group, where he advises clients operating in South Asia across the internet, e-commerce, social media, fintech, and financial services sectors. Using his deep regional and sectoral expertise, he supports clients looking to navigate India’s complex policy environment, advance tailored market expansion strategies, and develop high-impact corporate citizenship initiatives.
Throughout his time at The Asia Group, Anand has played a critical role in expanding the firm’s partnerships in India. In 2019, he worked concurrently in New Delhi as a visiting fellow at the Observer Research Foundation, one of India’s leading think tanks. In this capacity, he helped operationalize a joint research partnership between The Asia Group and the Observer Research Foundation, examining critical topics in U.S.-India defense relations and cooperation in cyberspace.
Prior to joining The Asia Group, Anand was a Brent Scowcroft Award Fellow at the Aspen Strategy Group, where he supported the planning and execution of the Aspen Strategy Group Summer Workshop and the inaugural Aspen European Strategy Group Dialogue. He also provided speechwriting and business development support to the Aspen Ministers Forum.
Previously, Anand was a Fulbright ETA grantee in Turkey, where he served as an English lecturer at Afyon Kocatepe University.
Anand is a graduate of Duke University. He is proficient in Tamil and conversational in Turkish.