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Shaping the Security Architecture in Southeast Asia: Indo-Pacific as Look East 3.0
10 September 2013,11 September 2013
Organised by the IPCS in collaboration with St. Joseph's College and National Institute of Advanced Studies (NIAS).

Venue: Bangalore
Day01: 10 September 2013

Welcome Remarks and Introduction by Father Dr. Praveen Martis SJ, Prof S Chandrashekar and D. Suba Chandran

US, China and the Contemporary Developments in East and Southeast Asia
Chair: Amb Eric Gonsalves 
“American Objectives and Strategies in the Asia Pacific: An Overview” (Prof . Chintamani Mahapatra)
“China’s Objectives and Strategies in the Asia Pacific: An Overview” ( Mr. Jayadeva Ranade)
“New Leadership in China” (Amb. CV Ranganathan)

Strategic Dialogue in East Asia (India, Japan, South Korea and Australia)
Chair: Lt Gen Ramesh Halgali
“An Indian Strategy towards Korea and Japan” (Amb Skand Tayal)
“India's response to the American pivot and rebalancing: A Review” (Prof MJ Vinod)
“Post 2014: Forecasting American Strategy towards the Region and an Indian Response” (PR Chari)

11 September 2013

India and ASEAN: Deepening the Dialogue
Chair: Amb Skand Tayal
“Lookeast 3.0” (Amb Leela Ponappa) 
“India and ASEAN: Energizing the Existing Approach” (Amb Ravi Neelakantan)
“Engaging India: Southeast Asian Perspectives” (D. Suba Chandran)

Special Focus: India and Myanmar
Chair: Mr Hormis Tharakan
“Evolving Internal and External Interests in Myanmar” (Amb. Ranjit Gupta)
“India’s Objectives and Strategies in Myanmar” (Amb. Rajiv Bhatia)
“Northeast and Myanmar” (Mr. Pratap Heblikar)

Indian Ocean as India's Ocean: Maritime Interests
Chair: Vice Admiral RN Ganesh
“India’s Strategic Vision of Indian Ocean” (Adm. Vijay Shankar)
“India's Maritime Interest and Challenges in the Indian Ocean” (Dr. M. Mayilvaganan &  Ms. Aditi Malhotra)
“India's Economic Engagement with Eastern Ocean countries” (Dr. Nabeel Mancheri)

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