17 November 2020, 05:00 pm
A Foreign Policy Agenda for President-Elect Biden
Programme Type
Discussions, Webcasts

Panelists: Amb. T.P. Sreenivasan, formerly Permanent Representative  of India to the United Nations, Vienna,  and Governor for India of the International Atomic Energy Agency, Vienna and former Ambassador to Austria and Slovenia; Amb. Meera Shankar, former Indian Ambassador to USA and Germany; and Prof. Devesh Kapur, Director, Asia Program, Starr Foundation Professor of South Asian Studies, Paul Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, John Hopkins UniversityModerator: Amb. K.P. Fabian, Professor, Indian Society of International law and Distinguished Fellow, Symbiosis University

Although voting for the presidential election in U.S. was completed by 3rd November, the formal results are yet to be announced. It is clear that Vice-President Joseph Biden and Senator Kamala Harris have won with 279 Electoral College votes, given that 270 is enough to win. However, President Donald Trump has till now refused to accept defeat. Nevertheless, it is appropriate to discuss a foreign policy agenda for President-Elect Biden