CRF, Aspen Center Held Fifth India-China Strategic Dialogue in New Delhi
Release Time:2014-11-06

China Reform Forum and Aspen Center held the fifth India-China strategic dialogue in New Delhi on November 1-5, 2014.

CRF vice chairman Zhou Hong, member of the Academic Divisions of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, and a delegation of CRF senior advisers, including Ma Zhengang, former Chinese ambassador to Britain, Zhou Gang, former Chinese ambassador to India, Pakistan and Indonesia, and Pan Zhenqiang, former director of Strategy Institute at China's National Defense University, were invited to visit India, and met with India's National Security Advisor Ajit Doval during the dialogue.

CRF vice chairman Zhou Hong and India's former special envoy to Afghanistan S K Lambah gave their speeches, and more than 30 scholars from China and India attented this meeting.

Lectures included aspects of economic rise in India and China; political, diplomatic and security factors in Sino-India relations; regional security situation and progress on counterterrorism; and the bilateral and multilateral relationship between China and India.

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