In this episode, Yogendra Kumar joins Deep Pal to analyze the state of the international order. The conclusion of the Cold War in 1991 heralded a new age of peace and prosperity under the leadership of Western powers. Yet, there remain several problems that plague the international system. What can be done to stem the decay of the international order and its constituent multilateral organizations?
Yogendra Kumar is a former Indian ambassador to the Tajikistan (also handled Afghanistan), Namibia, and the Philippines. Also, non-resident ambassador to Palau, Micronesia, and the Marshall Islands. He is the author of books and commentator on geopolitics, strategic affairs, including maritime.
Deep Pal is a visiting fellow at the Asia Program at Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. He is also affiliated with the National Bureau of Asian Research (NBR) as a non-resident fellow. His research and publications focus on the Indo-Pacific, Indian foreign policy in its immediate and greater neighborhood, and regional security of South Asia, with particular emphasis on China.
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