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Japan's Strategic Trajectory: Implications for India
21 July 2015,1400 to 1530 Hrs

Panel discussion with Nicholas Szechenyi, Deputy Director, Japan Chair, CSIS

On 21 July 2015, the Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies (IPCS) held a panel discussion, titled 'Japan’s Strategic Trajectory: Implications for India'. The event was a panel discussion with Mr. Nicholas Szecheny, Deputy Director and Senior Fellow, Japan Chair; Asia Programme, CSIS, Washington, DC. Maj Gen (Retd) Dipankar Banerjee, Co-founder and Mentor, IPCS, chaired and moderated this robust and frank conversation between the panelists and the distinguished participants in the audience. 
The presentation was comprehensive and the discussion took an interactive form, thereby resulting in a wide range of issues germane to the theme being discussed.

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