Speaker - Kishan Rana

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Kishan Rana is a public policy scholar of the Asia Program at Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. His project is a study of the Asian diplomatic process that examines the diplomatic structures, methods, and styles of China, Japan, India, Singapore, and Thailand. He is also a senior fellow of DiploFoundation. He also is a professor emeritus of the Foreign Service Institute of New Delhi. He served for many years in the Indian diplomatic corps; his previous positions include Ambassador/High Commissioner to Algeria, Czechoslovakia, Kenya, Mauritius, Germany, and consul-general in San Francisco.

3 Programs

Robert Kaplan on India's Influence Over Its Neighbors

07.05.08 | 00:09:04 min | 1 comment

India's Relationship with Pakistan and China

07.05.08 | 00:09:30 min | 1 comment

Robert Kaplan on a United States of South Asia

07.05.08 | 00:01:45 min | 0 comments