Breakfast with Sadanand Dhume: Resident Fellow, American Enterprise Institute
During this interactive and off-the-record discussion, Sadanand Dhume discusses India's economic slowdown and its implications for bilateral relations with the U.S., based on the new report "Falling Short: How Bad Economic Choices Threaten the US-India Relationship and India's Rise."
Sadanand Dhume is Resident Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute. He writes about South Asian political economy, foreign policy, business and society, with a focus on India and Pakistan. He is also a South Asia columnist for the Wall Street Journal. He has worked as a foreign correspondent for the Far Eastern Economic Review in India and Indonesia and was a Bernard Schwartz Fellow at the Asia Society in Washington, D.C. His political travelogue about the rise of radical Islam in Indonesia, My Friend the Fanatic: Travels with a Radical Islamist, has been published in four countries.
R.S.V.P. for this event is by invite-only.
This programme is part of our BASIC (Breakfast at Asia Society India Centre) Series, which brings eminent speakers from the fields of Asian business, arts, culture and policy to Asia Society Members and Patrons, and provides a senior-level platform for discussion on issues of current interest affecting Asia and the world.