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"India is now the epicenter of the global pandemic. We have about 25 million cases of coronavirus-infected people. Officially, there are nearly 260,000 people who have died. According to statistics, we have about 350,000 new cases of infection daily and close to 4,000 deaths a day," Professor Gulshan Sachdeva, who teaches economics in New Delhi, describes the picture in India.
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Bengaluru: India must endorse regional trade agreements (RTA), as international trade negotiations are becoming dynamic in nature, a global economist advised India at an International Conference on Emerging Trends in International Trade Law (2021) organized by the CMR University School of Legal Studies.
“India should endorse regional trade agreements (RTA) and actively participate in them. India has been reluctant to join RTA where China plays dominating role,” said Prof Raj Bhala, Brenneisen Distinguished Professor at the University of Kansas, School of Law, U.S.
BENGALURU: An international virtual conference on emerging trends in International Trade Law will be held at 5.30pm on April 9.
The conference is organised by the School of Legal Studies of CMR University, Bengaluru.
The conference will be addressed by field experts like Prof Peter L H Van den Bossche, Director of Studies and Professor of International Economic Law, World Trade Institute, University of Bern, and Prof Raj Bhala, Brenneisen Distinguished Professor at The University of Kansa, School of Law.
Think a free trade agreement between America and Taiwan is about one large country (America) trying to reconcile its awkward relationship with a small island (Taiwan), with sure-bet howls from China, and no implications for India?
The U.S.-China stand-off that started in 1949, when Chiang Kai-Shek’s Nationalist Kuomintang Party lost the civil war on the Mainland to Mao’s Chinese Communist Party and fled to Formosa, need not cause Armageddon as the outcome of a ‘great powers competition’.
A conference explores energy justice, and emerging issue in the transition to renewable energy sources.
The rapid acceleration of climate change will soon force states to collaborate to combat it, Katie Dykes, commissioner of the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection, told a large virtual audience at a UConn Law conference on April 16, 2021.
“We can no longer just put on our blinders and say we don’t care what’s happening outside of Connecticut,” Dykes said. “The recent winter storms and power grid failures in Texas illustrate that.”
Professor Raj Bhala presented the keynote address at an international conference on Emerging Trends in International Trade Law 2021, which was hosted by School of Legal Studies CMR University in Bangalore. Professor Bhala is on screen from 6:50 - 23:10 minutes.