Initially, America was silent for a few days before it pledged support to India, which stirred some misgivings in the Indian media and public. Rahul Mishra, a senior lecturer at the University of Malaya, described the U.S. delay as “one rough patch” that wouldn’t affect the long-term U.S.-India relationship.
Edited By Sameer Kumar, Nurliana Kamaruddin & Azirah Hashim, this book presents nine conference proceedings articles selected from a series of webinars on EU and ASEAN Socio-cultural Cooperation held between July and December 2020. E-book is available.
Edited By Rahul Mishra, Azirah Hashim & Anthony Milner, this book presents key implications of the changing politico-security dynamics in the two regions from the perspectives of both Asian and European scholars and theoretical traditions. A must-read for scholars of International Relations with a focus on relations between Asia and Europe.
By Rahul Mishra
The massive humanitarian crisis engendered by the Feb 1 coup in Myanmar has rattled the 10-member ASEAN. Over the past few weeks, ASEAN has tried hard to find a way out of the crisis. To deliberate upon the issue, a special summit of ASEAN is scheduled to be held on April 24 in Jakarta.
The special ASEAN Leaders Meeting in Jakarta on Saturday has taken centre stage with the international community waiting to see if the 10-member regional grouping can emerge with a tangible outcome for the crisis in Myanmar.
20 April 2021 @ 10:30am MYT • Platform: Zoom • Speakers: H.E. Gunn Jorid Roset, Ambassador of Norway to Malaysia & H.E. Dag Juhlin-Dannfelt, Ambassador of Sweden to Malaysia. Moderator: Dr Rahul Mishra.
The MoU aims to build and further strengthen the collaboration between both parties in the field of digital technology and telecommunications through various means such as academic events, seminars, cross-sharing of experts and industry-relevant insights; and research collaboration.
Myanmar’s ethnic minorities might hold the key to breaking the country’s political impasse, says Rahul Mishra.