11 Nov 2022
India-US relations, India’s foreign policy, climate and defence planning
Fergus Hanson speaks to Rick Rossow about the trajectory of the US-India relationship and lessons for Canberra in how Washington and New Delhi have approached their relationship. They also discuss India’s domestic and foreign policy priorities, including on data security.
Staying on the theme of India’s foreign policy, Baani Grewal speaks to Akriti Vasudeva and Dr Teesta Prakash. Their conversation covers the US-India relationship, India-Australia ties, the potential of the Quad and the priorities for these relationships given the rapidly changing strategic environment.
With COP27 under way, climate policies and addressing climate challenges are again in focus for governments around the world. Dr Robert Glasser speaks to Professor Joshua Busby about climate and security, how the US Department of Defense is factoring climate change into their planning, and lessons learned for the Australian government.
Guests (in order of appearance):
Fergus Hanson: www.aspi.org.au/bio/fergus-hanson
Rick Rossow: www.csis.org/people/richard-m-rossow
Baani Grewal: www.aspi.org.au/bio/baani-grewal
Akriti Vasudeva: www.stimson.org/ppl/vasudeva/
Dr Teesta Prakash: twitter.com/Teesta_P
Dr Robert Glasser: www.aspi.org.au/bio/robert-glasser
Professor Joshua Busby: sites.utexas.edu/busby/
Music: "eclipse-6" by Michikawa, via TribeOfNoise: prosearch.tribeofnoise.com/artists/show/24793