Has Narendra Modi Finally Reached His Peak? - The 2024 Indian Election - Hosted by the AIIA Queensland


Join us in-person or online with Professor of International Relations at Griffith University, Ian Hall, who will speak on the recent general elections in India and what the results mean for the Indo-Pacific.


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Over the past twenty years, India has emerged as a major economy and a pivotal power in the Indo-Pacific. At the same time, India has undergone a political revolution, as Narendra Modi's Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP - Indian People's Party) has established itself as the dominant force in the nation. This event will look back at the 2024 election campaign and look forward to what India's new government will likely do at home and abroad. It will analyse the reasons for the rise of the BJP and of Modi himself, the Hindu Right's domestic and foreign policy agenda, and exactly how much Modi's BJP actually suffered a real set back in the elections. It will also examine the prospects for India to successful consolidate a position as a major power in a contested and multipolar Indo-Pacific.

Agenda

Presentation by Professor Ian Hall
  • Ian Hall (Professor of International Relations at Griffith University)

    Ian Hall

    Professor of International Relations at Griffith University

    Ian Hall is a Professor of International Relations at Griffith University and a member of the Griffith Asia Institute. He is also an honorary fellow of the Australia India Institute. His research focuses on India's international relations and Indo-Pacific security. He has published widely on both topics, including a book on Modi and the Reinvention of Indian Foreign Policy (2019). He is currently working on a short monograph on India's Indo-Pacific grand strategy.

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Online and In-person Questions from the Audience
Ian Hall
  • Ian Hall (Professor of International Relations at Griffith University)

    Ian Hall

    Professor of International Relations at Griffith University

    Ian Hall is a Professor of International Relations at Griffith University and a member of the Griffith Asia Institute. He is also an honorary fellow of the Australia India Institute. His research focuses on India's international relations and Indo-Pacific security. He has published widely on both topics, including a book on Modi and the Reinvention of Indian Foreign Policy (2019). He is currently working on a short monograph on India's Indo-Pacific grand strategy.

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Location

Holding Redlich
Level 1, 300 Queen Street, Brisbane, 4000
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

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