Webinar – July 19, 2020
Time : 5:00 P.M. (IST)

India has found itself in a tangled web with China as the standoff continues while tensions on border escalate.
These disputes have given birth to recent twitter trend of boycotting Chinese products and has taken entire nation by the storm with visuals of people breaking and burning Chinese appliances to support and adopt the largely vocal cause of going “Swadeshi/local”.
Lately, An app that informed the user about the availability of Chinese apps in their devices with more than 5 million downloads in India got de-listed by Google play for the proliferation of anti-china sentiment that mounts in this country.

A panel discussion on
“India-china skirmishes in 2020: can India leverage on growing anti sentiments”

The panel which includes eminent dignitaries with long-standing expertise on India-China ties shall talk about the dark hour that asks for a re-evaluation of beliefs and policies between the two countries whilst analyzing the changing narrative of China’s approach to current global and economic crises.
As public outrage creates a room for maneuvering the government to negotiate against Chinese technological intrusions, it brings in light the assertive and aggressive dominating tactics of China to distract the world from the pandemic.
India needs to tackle Long term challenges harboring on its border with China and adopt policy change that ensures the sacrifice on LAC is for nothing.


Mr. Mahendra L. Kumawat, IPS

Ex-Special Home Secretary, Government of India. Former Director General Border Security Force & Vice-Chancellor of Sardar Patel University of Police, Security, and Criminal Justice.

Amb. Gurjit Singh

Professor – IIT Indore

Former Ambassador to Germany, Indonesia, Ethiopia, Republic of Djibouti.
Former Representative of India to the African Union, UNECA, IGAD, UNEP, and UN-Habitat

Dr. Maximilian von Laer

Program Manager – Asia & Africa
Bertelsmann Stiftung

Dr. Vishnu Ramdeo

Co-Chairman of the Executive Committee, IGYLF
Founder – Cultural Bridge

Successfully held on 19th July 2020

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