Association of Asia Scholars in collaboration with Ministry of External Affairs, Govt. of India is organising a three day International Conference themed on, “Connecting East: Confluence of IPOI and AOIP Visions” on September 1-3, 2022 (Thursday~Saturday).
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Association of Asia Scholars cordially invites you to register (free) and join the upcoming book discussion on “Reverse Subsidies in Global Monopsony Capitalism” @ https://rb.gy/1udpcj on 22 April 2022, 5:30 PM (IST).
Prof. Darko Trifunovic (Director, Institute for National and International Security, Republic of Serbia and Editor, Security Science Journal) addressed AAS Webinar on the theme, “Europe and Asian Security: Strategic and Geopolitical Dilemmas” on 21st July 2021.
Prof Taniguchi Tomohiko (former Advisor to Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, currently Professor at Keio University Graduate School of System Design and management, Tokyo) addressed AAS Webinar on the theme, “QUAD: Genesis and Future Trajectories” on 16 June 2021.
Asanga Abeyagoonasekera (Senior Advisor to Opposition Leader of Sri Lanka and former Director-General of Institute of National Security Studies, Ministry of Defence, Sri Lanka) addressed AAS Webinar on the theme “Sri Lanka’s Geopolitical Challenges: Past and Present” on 5th May 2021.
Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed between Association of Asia Scholars, New Delhi and University of Science & Technology (USTM), Meghalaya, on May 13, 2022.
AAS Monthly Newsletter
A wonderful international conference on “Revisiting Gandhi” organised by The Association of Asia Scholars, which increasingly is providing a valuable platform for scholars and practitioners to discuss and share perspectives on domestic and global issues of importance. I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate Prof Swaran Singh and Prof Reena Marwah and their team for organising excellent events with exemplary enthusiasm and hardwork.
I owe my sincere gratitude to AAS that offers me an opportunity to participate in its webinar series amid the Covid-19 pandemic and a global power transition, Nelson Mandela said, and I quote, “A good head and good heart are always a formidable combination. But when you add to that a literate tongue or pen, then you have something very special.” Indian Society in general and AAS in particular have many good hearts and good heads to make a better world for everyone through literate tongue and pen at the UN Security Council.
I congratulate Prof. Swaran Singh, Dr. Reena Marwah and the AAS team for taking the initiative to organise weekly webinars by distinguished experts of global repute. These contribute towards enhancing critical thinking among scholars and policymakers on contemporary issues and have kept the academic spirit alive. I have attended many AAS webinars and find them quite engaging and enriching. One of the most positive points of these webinars is that each participant is given a chance to interact with the speakers.
Brilliant and versatile are the two words to best describe AAS Wednesday Webinars. They present a platform for topical themes to be debated among experts from various parts of India and the world. Kudos and many thanks to AAS for the opportunity of sharing my ideas with old and newfound online friends.