Assessing India and Australia’s strategic partnership
A live recording of the Asia Rising podcast from La Trobe Asia as part of India Week
- Tuesday 27 October 2020 04:00 pm until Tuesday 27 October 2020 05:00 pm (Add to calendar)
- La Trobe Asia
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- La Trobe Asia
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- Public Lecture; Public
Over the past five years India and Australia’s bilateral relations appear to be deepening. Both states agree that the future security challenges are likely to occur in the world’s oceans, and other common domains such as space. As a response to rising regional contestation, India and Australia have both expanded defence cooperation activities, including through the development of multiparty initiatives such as the Quadrilateral Security Dialogue (the ‘Quad’) and the new India, France and Australia trilateral grouping. Yet, differences in strategic outlook and trade relations remain that may hinder closer cooperation.
Are Australia and India’s strategic interests closely aligned? How does India’s leadership define its core national security interests, and seek to manage relationships with rising China and the US? And what practical steps can India and Australia take to further strengthen bilateral and regional cooperation?
A live recording of the Asia Rising podcast as part of the Australia India Institute’s 'India Week' via zoom.
Guest: Dr Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan (Distinguished Fellow and Head of the Nuclear and Space Policy Initiative, Observer Research Foundation, New Delhi)
Host: Dr Bec Strating
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