Following our earlier event on closer Indo-Pacific collaboration between the UK and India in the Quad, we engage stakeholders from across the world to discuss the importance of the Quad.
In the Indo-Pacific geopolitical security order, the Quad has entered a critical phase. Sceptics question its relevance. However, in the years to come, the Quad will undoubtedly play a critical role in the regional and global order. It will do by defining the Indo-Pacific region’s geopolitics and nurturing a new regional normative order based on equity, respect for territorial integrity, and sustaining democratic values.
- Dr Arvind Gupta, India’s former Deputy National Security Advisor and Director, Vivekananda International Foundation
- Prof Madhav Nalapat, Editorial Director, Sunday Guardian & NewsX, Member, Usanas Advisory Board
- Bradley Bowman, Senior Director, Center for Military and Political Power at Foundation for Defense of Democracies
- Cleo Pascal, Associate Fellow, Chatham House
- Dr Fred C. Smith, Lecturer of Intelligence and Strategic Security Studies, Macquarie University
- Dr Srikanth Kondapalli, Former Chairman, Center for East Asian Studies, JNU, and Member, Usanas Advisory Board
- Dr Satoru Nagao, Non-Resident Fellow, Hudson Institute
- Abhinav Pandya, Founder & CEO, Usanas Foundation (moderator)
- Amb. Anil Trigunayat, former Indian Envoy to Libya, Malta and Jordan, and Member, Usanas Advisory Board (Vote of thanks)