[VIDEO] Asia and Dissent in a Time of Strongman Leaders

[VIDEO] Asia and Dissent in a Time of Strongman Leaders

In February, Dissent and the India-China Institute co-hosted a panel on “Asia and Dissent in a Time of Strongman Leaders” at the New School, with Alexis Dudden speaking on Japan’s Shinzo Abe, Nina Khrushcheva on Russia’s Vladimir Putin, Ross Perlin on China’s Xi Jinping, and Sanjay Ruparelia on India’s Narendra Modi. The panel was moderated by Dissent editorial board member Jeffrey Wasserstrom.

On Thursday, February 26, Dissent and the India-China Institute co-hosted a panel on “Asia and Dissent in a Time of Strongman Leaders” at the New School in New York. Speaking on the panel were Alexis Dudden (University of Connecticut historian and Dissent contributor), Nina Khrushcheva (Associate Professor and Associate Dean at Milano School of International Affairs, Management and Urban Policy, The New School), Ross Perlin (author and Dissent contributor), and Sanjay Ruparelia (Assistant Professor of Politics, The New School for Social Research). The panel was moderated by Dissent editorial board member Jeffrey Wasserstrom and introduced by Mark Frazier, co-academic director at the India-China Institute.

Video of the full discussion courtesy of the India-China Institute.


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