As India expands its engagement with East Asia, the need for the deeper study of the Indian subcontinent has grown, says the new director of the Institute of South Asian Studies (ISAS) C. Raja Mohan.
And he plans to make ISAS one of the key centres in the world for research and debate on the future of what has become one of the fastest growing sub-regions in the world.
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