Please mark your calendars for 4pm on Thursday, 29th October, when Georgetown's Asian Studies Program and the student-run Georgetown-India Dialogue are proud to welcome the Honorable Smt. Poonam Mahajan to campus to provide an inside look on the BJP's government's development agenda.
The Georgetown-India Dialogue and the Asian Studies Program at Georgetown University’s Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service are pleased to host The Honorable Omar Abdullah, former Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir and former Minister of State for External Affairs, Government of India.
Please join us on April 14, 2015 for a series of important panel discussions on the Kashmir dispute led by experts in the field of South Asian affairs, including Mr. Abdullah. The conference will conclude with Mr. Abdullah’s keynote speech in the historic Gaston Hall.
Georgetown University is honored to host Mr. Shiv Khemka, Vice Chairman SUN Group and Executive Chairman of The Global Education and Leadership Foundation. Mr. Khemka will be addressing a very small audience for an invitation-only event on "Leadership from Social Change" in light of the work his foundation, The Global Education and Leadership Foundation, is doing to provide mentorship and growth opportunities for young people around the world.
"Manoj Mitta’s book reminds us once again that court acquittals are not always the last word and questioning them – especially in the face of such huge contrary evidence – is only the right thing to do. And before the BJP and their allies accuse Mitta of whitewashing the 1984 riots and being a Congress agent, they should check out his previous book which took the Congress to task for its role in that episode of violence."
Newsweek best described Jairam Ramesh’s contribution towards combatting Climate Change when it wrote, “If you had to name a most valuable player of December’s climate summit in Cancún, hands down the award would go to Jairam Ramesh... In Cancún Ramesh proved himself an international power broker, a star among the world’s climate warriors.”
The US-India partnership has been described as the defining partnership of the 21st century. Will new developments occur in U.S.-India relations with the new Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi? PM Modi's visit to Washington D.C. has been anticipated by many and will be carefully scrutinized. Please join us in a conversation with Mahroof Raza (Commentator on TImes Now and Ex-Army) and Milan Vaishnav (Associate at Carnegie Endowment) to better understand the future of U.S.-India relations.