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Seminar On “Maritime Security Challenges: Peninsular Perspective”
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August 19, 2017 C.P.Ramaswamy Aiyar Foundation Seminar On "Maritime Security Challenges: Peninsular Perspective"
Interaction meeting on ‘Emerging Consumption Tide in Small & Medium Cities in China and the Challenge for Japanese Industries’
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August 18, 2017 Savera Hotel Interaction meeting on 'Emerging Consumption Tide in Small & Medium Cities in China and the Challenge for Japanese Industries'
Event Report: Nuclear Dimensions and Strategic Competition in the Asian Region
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August 2, 2017 C3S, Athena Infonomics Building Lecture-discussion on “Nuclear Dimensions and Strategic Competition in the Asian Region.” Read More
July 22nd 2017 C3S, Athena Infonomics Building Lecture-Discussion: Search and Rescue Challenges in the Pacific Read More
June 2017 Discussion “Role of China’s State-Owned-Enterprises in OBOR: An Economic View”
June 2017 Digital Video Conference with Prof.Carl Thayer, The University of New South Wales, “India-China-ASEAN Equations”
19th May 2017 Stella Maris College Panel Discussion “OBOR- Dream or Reality” Read More
14 March 2007 University of Madras CCCS- University of Madras Joint Colloquium on China. Key Note address by Mr. K. Subramanian, Joint Secretary (Retd), Ministry of Finance, Government of India on “Stock Market: The Chinese Puzzle”.
23 March 2007 University of Madras CCCS – University of Madras Joint Seminar on “Ethnic Conflict in Sri Lanka: China, Japan and India factors” Key Note address by Prof. Santhasilan Kadirgamar, Formerly of University of Jaffna.
14 May 2007 University of Madras Inauguration of the website of the Chennai Centre for China Studies, by Vice-Admiral RP Suthan, organised jointly with the Centre of South and South-east Asian Studies, University of Madras. Mr.B.Raman, Additional Secretary Retd, Cabinet Secretariat, Government of India, who is also a member of the CCCS, presided. The Welcome Address was given by Prof.V.K.Padmanabhan, Director, Centre for South and Southeast Asian Studies, University of Madras.
28 May, 2007 University of Madras Talk by Mr.C.V.Ranganathan, former Indian Ambassador to China and France, on ‘Contemporary Chinese Foreign Policy and Prospects for India-China Relations’. Lt.Gen S.Pattabhiraman, former Vice-Chief of Army Staff, kindly presided.
Thursday, 19 July, 2007 Stella Maris College (Autonomous), Chennai – 86 Interaction on “Emerging India-China-Myanmar Relations” Jointly organised by CCCS and Stella Maris College. Mr.B.Raman, Additional Secretary (retd.) Cabinet Secretariat, Government of India, chaired the interaction; Col. R.Hariharan, Intelligence Analyst, delivered the keynote address
7 – 9 August, 2007 University of Madras Seminar on India – China Cultural Exchanges Organised jointly by the University of Madras and Fu Dan University, Shanghai with participation by CCCS scholars.
11 February 2008 Stella Maris College (Autonomous), 17, Cathedral Road, Chennai – 86 CCCS-Stella Maris College Department of International Studies Joint Interaction on India – China Relations. 1. Address by Mr.Sathya Moorthy, Chairman, Sino-Indian Education and Technology Alliance (P) Ltd., Beijing on “China – Views of a Long-time Indian Resident in Beijing”.2. Address by Mr.B.Raman, former Additional Secretary, Cabinet Secretariat and a Founder-Member of the CCCS on “Sino-Indian Economic Ties”.
24 February 2008 YMIA, 54 – 57, V.M.Street, Royapettah High Road, Mylapore, Chennai – 600 004 CCCS Interaction: Address by Mr.G.V.Ramakrishna IAS (retd), on “Arunachal – Options for India”
20 March 2008 ORF-Chennai Conference Hall, Second Floor, Maalavika Centre, 144-145, Kodambakkam High Road, Chennai 600 034 Joint Interaction of the Chennai Centre for China Studies (CCCS) and the Observer Research Foundation (Chennai Chapter) on “Tibet Issue: Options for China and Implications for India”.Lt Gen Madan Gopal (retd), former Director-General of Military Operations, initiated the proceedings
25 April 2008 University of Madras, Director in charge, Academic Staff College Interaction with Mr.Nigel Casey, Political counsellor and Ms.Victoria Whiteford, FS, British HC, New Delhi
14 July 2008 11.00 hrs University of Madras, Hall F7, Centenary Building, Chepauk, Chenna Joint Interaction of the CCCS and University of Madras (School of Political Science and International Studies with Dr.Surjit Mansingh , Formerly of IFS, former Professor of Political Science and International Relations, JNU, New Delhi and presently Adjunct Professor in the School of International Service, American University, Washington, USA.Topic: Sino-US Relations and its Implications for India 16 May 2008 Ms Jennifer Harbison, Political and Security Risk Analyst, Control Risks, London
31 July 2008 CCCS, Chennai visitor- Mr Kazuo Nagata, Bureau Chief, Yomiuri Shimbun,New Delhi
1 August 2008 10.00 hrs 13.00 hrs Hotel Savera Joint Interaction of the CCCS and FICCI with visiting delegation from Taiwan
Friday 26 September 2008 11.00 hrs to 12.30 hrs F-7 Centenary building, University of Madras, Chepauk, Chenna Joint Interaction of Chennai Centre for China Studies(CCCS) and the School of Political Science and International Studies of the University of Madras with visiting two Hongkong-based journalists: Ms Hong Ki Lam, Reporter, International News, Mingbao daily, Hongkong and Ms Hung Suet Yee Zoe, Senior Reporter, Hongkong Economic Times.
Monday 29 September 2008 10.00 hrs to 12.30 hrs Helene de Chappotin Centre, Stella Maris College, 17 Cathedral Road, Chennai 600086 The Chennai Centre for China Studies, jointly with the Department of International Studies, Stella Maris College ,Chennai, organised a public lecture, delivered by a well-known China expert from Taiwan, Professor Shih Chih-Yu, Department of Political Science, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan, and also associated with Harvard University
Tuesday 23 December 2008 ORF Chennai Chapter The Chennai Centre for China Studies(CCCS), jointly with the Observer Research Foundation (ORF), Chennai Chapter, held an interaction with Mr Aftab Seth, IFS-Retd, Former Ambassador of India to Japan Topic: India-Japan Relations: a Regional and Global Perspective. Shri R.Swaminathan, Former Special Secretary and Director-General(Security), Govt of India and now Vice-President of the CCCS, presided and moderated the discussions.
Friday, 20 February 2009 University of Madras Interaction with visiting Taiwan journalists
10 September 2009 University of Madras Interaction with Mr.Wenchyi Wong, Representative, Taiwan Trade and Cultural Office, New Delhi
3 PM, Monday, 12 October 2009 Stella Maris College Interaction with Mr.Claude Arpi, China analyst based in Pondicherry. Mr.B.S.Raghavan, Patron, CCCS, chaired the interaction
11 AM, Monday, 19 October 2009 University of Madras Joint Interaction of CCCS and Department of Politics and Public Administration, University of Madras with Prof. Wang Dehua and Prof. Admand Lee, from the Institute of South and Central Asia Studies, under Shanghai Centre for International Studies. Topic: China’s India policy and Sino-Indian relations.Mr.R.Swaminathan, IPS (retd), presided.
11 AM – 1 PM, Friday, 22 January 2010 Hall N0.F-7, First Floor, Centenary Building, University of Madras, Chepauk, Chennai Joint Interaction of CCCS and Department of Politics and Public Administration, University of Madras. Guest Speaker: Mr.Ravi Bhoothalingam, well-known Sinologist, Fellow, Royal Geographic Society, London; Chairman Manas Advisory focussing on India-China business relations; alumnus of Cambridge and Harvard Universities and Convenor of Tourism Task Force for the Bangladesh-China-India-Myanmar Forum (Kunming Initiative), who has travelled extensively in China, Mongolia, covering the Silk Route.Topic: “Unravelling the Mind of China”Mr.B.S.Raghavan, IAS (retired), Patron, CCCS, kindly presided
3 PM – 5 PM, Monday, 08 March 2010 ORF premises, Conference Hall, 5th Floor, Kothari Buildings (housing Deutsche Bank), 115 Nungambakkam High Road, Chennai 600 034 Joint Interaction of CCCS and ORF Chennai Chapter Guest Speaker: Professor Swaran Singh, School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New DelhiTopic: Limitations to China-India Economic engagement3 – 5 PM – presentation and discussions Attendance by invitation