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Ravi Bhoothalingam: is Founder and Chairman of Manas Advisory, a consultancy practice focusing on leadership coaching as well as on business and cultural relations with China, Myanmar and Mongolia. Previously he has served in important positions while working with Oberoi Group of HotelsItc Limited, VST Industries and BAT Plc (London).

He is a fellow of the Royal Geographical Society, London and on the Governing Council of the Institute of Chinese Studies, India. He is in the editorial boards of World Affairs and China Report.


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Ravi Bhoothalingam
Distinguished Fellow
sush.ravi@gmail.com
PUBLICATIONS

Articles:

216, May 2013,China and its Peripheries: Beijing and the BCIM

March 2012, Sino-Indian Economic Dialogue: Global Business Plan for an Asian Century

  External Publications

Security Scan- National Security & Business Leaders, Rajya Sabha TV, 23 March 2017

Statecraft vs. Surgical Strikes: What Kautilya Tells Us About India-Pakistan Relations, The Wire, 05 November 2016

One-Belt-One-Road to Join or Not to Join?, The Wire, 14 June 2016

 

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