Tibeto-Burman region (Northeast India)
Georgia State University students and their (2) invited guests.
BILATERAL RELATIONS BETWEEN TWO OF THE WORLD’S LARGEST DEMOCRACIES: A lucid overview of the Indo-American relationship over the decades. What’s in store for it in the face of Trump’s “America First” reorientation of American foreign policy? The post-Cold War thaw in U.S.-India relations progressed, guided by principles of mutual benefit and shared democratic values. India’s foreign policy, buoyed by growing economic clout, is more muscular than before. India is poised to continue its assertive foreign policy, but much depends on its continued economic success, domestic stability, and positioning vis-à-vis the rest of the world’s actors and powers. There are problems of poverty, inequality, infrastructural breakdown, and healthcare challenges. Yet large portions of its population have come out of destitution. If India can go from strength to strength in the domestic realm, its foreign policy power will increase accordingly and it will have the strength to negotiate its bilateral relationships from a position of confidence. Read more »
“I FELT UNCERTAIN OF MY PLACE IN THIS GREAT COUNTRY.” South Asian women activists, Atlanta's Aisha Yaqoob (Policy Director, AAAJ-Atl) and Sri Das, on why they marched in the nationwide Women’s March. Read more »
This contentious time for the country has brought political discussion to the workplace--a challenge for management, affecting productivity, employee rights, morale, and company culture. Read more »
Emory's co-ed, nationally ranked, Indian Garba-Raas dance team, competes in 4-5 cities annually. On February 4, 2017 they placed 3rd in Garba-Raas at the A-Town Showdown in Atlanta. Read more »
WHO, WHAT, WHERE, WHEN, & WHY / FRUIT AND TREE GIRLS / MAYORS, NOW AND THEN / MADAME’S AND MOTHER’S MUSEUMS / LITTLE INDIA OR LITTLE SOUTH ASIA? / BOOKS Read more »