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The Indo-Pacific “Quad:” Key Concepts and Prospects for the Region

February 08, 2022



The quadrilateral coalition of India, Australia, Japan, and the United States, often dubbed “The Quad” of the Indo-Pacific region, met at the White House in September 2021 for their first in-person discussions. Brookings Institution India Project Director, Dr. Tanvi Madan will join CCWA in February to discuss the purpose and prospects of this alliance, with a focus on  India’s interest in the Quad, and its implications for the future of the region.

This Forum is the annual Dr. Raj and Karen Aggarwal Forum. Established in 2020, the annual Dr. Raj and Karen Aggarwal Forum is an endowed speaker program that supports the organization of an annual public lecture program that will address in alternate years a topic related to the Republic of India and one related to International Business. The Cleveland Council on World Affairs makes this annual program open to the public as part of its Foreign Policy Forum series.


6:00 PM Program begins

6:45 PM Q&A

7:15 PM Program concludes

Admission: This webinar is free, but advance registration is required.

Location: Due to Brookings Institution travel restrictions, this forum will be conducted via Zoom Webinar.

Registration: Registration for this event is now closed. With questions, please contact Amy Moniot (amoniot@ccwa.org).

CCWA’s 2021-2022 Foreign Policy Forum is supported by funding from FUJIFILM Healthcare Americas Corporation.



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