Changing US Foreign Policy toward India
- Carina van de Wetering
- 17 May 2017
2511 DP The Hague
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About the lecture
- Introductory remarks by Prof. Madeleine Hosli, Professor of International Relations at Leiden University
- Presentation by Dr. Carina van de Wetering, author of “Changing US Foreign Policy toward India: US-India Relations since the Cold War”
- Comment by Dr. Nicolas Blarel, Assistant Professor at Leiden University
- Comment by Dr. Jeff Bridoux, Assistant Professor at Aberystwyth University
- Comment by Dr. Santimo Regilme, Assistant Professor at Leiden University
- Questions and discussion
About the speaker
Carina van de Wetering obtained her PhD in Politics with a specialization in IR (unconditional passing) at the University of Bristol, UK, in 2014. She took her BA and MA degrees in both history and political science at Leiden University. Her fields of expertise includes International Relations (IR), foreign policy analysis, security studies, and critical constructivism. More specifically, she is interested in US security policy, discourse analysis, American politics and history, India’s representation, Indian diaspora, rising and declining powers debate, knowledge communities, and think tanks. Currently, she is working on an edited book project on Trust and Mistrust in International Relations.
About the seminars
Diplomacy and Global Affairs (DGA) Research Seminar Series is a series launched by the Research Group on Diplomacy and Global Affairs at the Institute of Security and Global Affairs. The seminars of internationally acknowledged guest researchers and faculty members deal with current research topics in diplomacy, international relations, global affairs, and political economy broadly conceived and target a broad audience through their interdisciplinary focus.
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