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Conference on The Aftermath of 1/6: ‘’Geo-Strategic Implications of Political Polarisation in the United States of|| 14 January 2021

Conference on The Aftermath of 1/6: ‘’Geo-Strategic Implications of Political Polarisation in the United States of America’’

14 January 2021

Global Counter-Terrorism Council organized a special talk on geostrategic implications of polarization in America. The session was lit up by prominent speakers such as Amb. Anil Wadhwa, Andry Kortunov, Col. D.P.K Pillay, and speaker Meera Shankar said “U. S president Donald trump’s continuous effort to change the result of the election took a bloody turn on that day” I don’t see any significant change in US India ties during Biden’s presidency. India’s importance will continue to be recognized” said former IAS officer Kanwal Sibal.

Prof. Madhav Nalpat said” we would see a change in the thinking of the USA with our trans-pacific partnership. America is going to be helpful”, “I have always been optimistic about Joe Biden. “The US now needs to build good humans, not institutions to save their nation!” – We have got to come to a new level of human security realism to deal with the current paradigm of security – The diaspora relationship between India and America is largely apolitical. –said Krishan Verma.

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