This episode of the The Subcontinental podcast features guest Dr. Manoj Joshi. Joshi had a three-decade career in journalism with stints at The Times of India, The Hindustan Times, India Today, Mail Today, The Financial Express, and The Hindu. He was most recently a member of the Task Force on National Security chaired by Naresh Chandra to propose reforms in the security apparatus of the country and previously served on the National Security Advisory Board. Joshi is a graduate from St Stephen’s College, Delhi University and a PhD from the School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University. He is one of the preeminent strategic thinkers and the author of two books on Kashmir.
Joshi joins Host Dr. Sameer Lalwani on the podcast to discuss current events in South Asia including: implications of the U.S. elections for the subcontinent, tension in South Asia after the Uri attack, the role of China in the region, and the tense situation in Kashmir.
To hear more discussion from Joshi and Lalwani, watch the Stimson Center’s video below of a public event at the Stimson Center on 21 November, 2016: “Crisis Management, Strategic Partnerships, and the Next Four Years of U.S. Engagement in South Asia: A Luncheon Conversation with Manoj Joshi”.