15 Minutes in Canberra
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to work in foreign policy? Canberra is buzzing with seasoned foreign affairs and strategic policy experts, but for newcomers and mid-tier professionals, the ‘Canberra bubble’ can be tricky to navigate.
Join host Hayley Channer on the ground as she speaks with colleagues from government, academia, and the private sector, to bring you their unique policy insights and career advice in a neat 15 minutes.
Based in Canberra, Australia, Hayley Channer is a Senior Policy Fellow at the Perth USAsia Centre.
What’s India thinking and how’s it relating to its region?
For a brief time only, 15 Minutes in Canberra is going international as host Hayley Channer relocates to the United States to undertake a Fulbright Scholarship at the Hudson Institute in Washington DC.
India-China tensions remain high and, despite holding regular military negotiations to resolve the territorial dispute on their shared border, the two countries appear to be at a stalemate. Although both sides are willing to keep lines of communication open, that seems to be where their similarities stop.
In this episode of 15 Minutes in Washington DC, hear Hayley Channer interview Akriti Vasudeva, Fellow with the South Asia Program at the Stimson Center. Hayley and Akriti discuss India-China relations as well as India-Australia relations, the Quad, and India and China’s responses to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.