This session examines the complex relations of India, Pakistan, and China’s geopolitical dynamics and nuclear strategies from multiple perspectives. Panelists seek to address these questions: How will the US-China strategic rivalry influence India and Pakistan? Are there multilateral solutions available to this thorny multilateral problem? How can international organizations such as the UN play a role in safeguarding the peace in the region? Are arms control agreements between the three nations plausible, and if so, what actions can be taken to seek them?
- Ramesh Thakur, Emeritus Professor of the Australian National University (Moderator)
- Tong Zhao, Senior Fellow, Carnegie-Tsinghua Center for Global Policy
- Manpreet Sethi, Distinguished Fellow, Centre for Air Power Studies
- Feroz Khan, Retired Pakistani Army General
- Sang-hyun Lee, Senior Research Fellow at the Sejong Institute and President of the Korea Nuclear Policy Society (KNPS)