8:00 pm IST - 9:30 pm IST

Past Event

What Asians Think About Indian Power

Tuesday, September 05, 2017

8:00 pm - 9:30 pm IST

Brookings Institution India Center
Kamalnayan Bajaj Auditorium

No. 6, Second Floor
New Delhi

Content from the Brookings Institution India Center is now archived. After seven years of an impactful partnership, as of September 11, 2020, Brookings India is now the Centre for Social and Economic Progress, an independent public policy institution based in India.

In May 2017, a network of Asian think tanks led by the Perth US-Asia Centre released a six-country survey on attitudes towards the changing Asian and international order. Publics in China, Japan, South Korea, Australia, Indonesia, and India were asked questions about competition and cooperation between the United State, China, India, and others, as well as their views on those countries’ power, the future of trade and investment, and attitudes towards democracy.

To discuss the survey results, and in particular how the likes of China, Japan, and Australia perceive India’s role in the Indo-Pacific, Brookings India hosted a panel discussion featuring Stephen Smith, Australia’s former Foreign and Defense Minister, Gordon Flake, CEO at Perth USAsia Centre, and P.S. Raghavan, Chairman of India’s National Security Advisory Board.

The discussion was public and on-the-record.

Media coverage: ‘Indians rate themselves high about their global influence’, in The Print, September 6, 2017