SIS is organising Pandit Hridya Nath Kunzru Memorial Lecture Series

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Monday, 11 September 2017
Event End Date: 
Friday, 15 September 2017
Event Title: 
SIS is organising Pandit Hridya Nath Kunzru Memorial Lecture Series
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Jawaharlal Nehru University
Pandit Hridya Nath Kunzru Memorial Lecture Series


11-15 SEPTEMBER, 2017  


Theme - Global and Regional Orders: Crises and Contestations  
Venue- Room No. 229, School of International Studies-II


DAY ONE: 11th September  
3:30-4:30 pm- Inaugural Programme
Welcome - Dean, SIS
Chair - Prof.  Srikanth Kondapalli, Chairperson, CEAS,SIS
Keynote Address - Prof. Chintamani Mahapatra, Rector, JNU
U.S. and the Current Turbulence in the Global Order  
Vote of Thanks - Dr. Ritu Agarwal
Prof.Rajesh Rajagopalan, Emerging Contours of Asian Regional International Politics
Prof.Yeshi Choedon, U.N.and the Global Order: Does U.N. Still Matter ?


DAY TWO: 12th September   
3:30-6 Panel Discussion on Global Order: Crises and Contestations  

Chair- Prof. D. Varaprasad Sekhar
Prof. A.K. Ramakrishnan - Contemporary Challenges to the Westphalian Order
Dr. Siddhartha M.  - The  Crisis  of  Western  Liberalism:  Implications  for  the  Study  of  International Relations


DAY THREE: 13th September  
3:30- 6:00
Panel Discussion on Regional Responses to Global Order  

Chair- Prof. Srikanth Kondapalli
Prof. Sanjay Pandey - Russia and the Emerging Global and Regional Order
Prof.   Alka   Acharya - Stakeholder   or   Challenger?   China   in   the   New   Phase   of Globalization
Dr. Jamal Moosa - African Responses to the Global Order
Dr.  Priti  Singh - Latin  American  Initiatives  and  the  Current  Convulsions  in  the  International Order
Dr. Shubhamitra Das - India’s “Indo-Pacific” Strategy    


DAY FOUR: 14th September  
Panel   Discussion   on   Non-Traditional   Issues   in   Global   Order:   Energy, Environment and Migration

Chair - Prof. Sangeeta Thapliyal  
Prof.    Girijesh    Pant:    Global    Energy    Order:    Contestation,    Disruption    and Transformation
Dr. Nanda Kumar - Reshaping Energy Security Strategies
Prof. Aparna Sawhney - Energy and Environment
Prof. Bhaswati Sarkar - Migration, Borders and States


DAY FIVE: 15TH September  
Panel Discussion on Recent Trends in Global Political Economy: Implications for Asia  

Chair- Prof. Manoj Pant  
Prof. Amita Batra - The Dynamics of China and India in the Regional Economic Order.
Dr. Jitendra Uttam - Varieties of Capitalism in Asia  
Prof. Srabani Roy Choudhury - India-Japan Relations: Beyond Economic Partnership
Prof. Gulshan Sachdeva - European Integration: Achievements and Challenges  
6:00-7:00 Prof. Nivedita Menon -Thinking the Global South