Amb. Sujan R. Chinoy is the Director General of the Manohar Parrikar Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses, New Delhi. A career diplomat of the Indian Foreign Service from 1981-2018, he was India’s Ambassador to Japan and Mexico. A specialist with over 25 years of experience on China, East Asia and the Asia-Pacific, he also served in Indian Missions in Hong Kong, Beijing, Riyadh, Shanghai and Sydney. He was India’s representative to the First Committee at the United Nations in New York. At Headquarters, he served as Director (China) as well as Head of the Expert Group of Diplomatic & Military Officials tasked with CBMs and boundary-related issues with China. On deputation for four years with the National Security Council Secretariat under the Prime Minister’s Office, Amb. Sujan Chinoy worked on internal and external national security policy and anchored strategic dialogues with key interlocutors around the world. He is fluent in English and Chinese (Mandarin), and conversant in French, Spanish, German, Japanese, Arabic, Urdu and French-Creole
US-China tensions can broadly be classified into four major areas: Trade, Technology, Territorial issues (such as Hong Kong, Xinjiang, Tibet, Taiwan, the South China Sea, and Regional Connectivity) and Tenets, which allude to values, ideology and the advocacy of particular systems of political and economic governance (T4).
China, East Asia and the Asia-Pacific
Director General of the Manohar Parrikar Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses, New Delhi
Diplomat of the Indian Foreign Service
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