Off The Cuff with Francis Fukuyama

16 July, 2020 5:53 pm IST

Francis Fukuyama, political scientist, author, and Senior Fellow at Stanford’s Freeman Spogli Institute, was the guest at ThePrint’s Off the Cuff. Fukuyama talked about how China is using the pandemic as an opportunity to push boundaries in its neighbourhood. He mentioned how the social policies adopted by Prime Minister Narendra Modi were taking India down the wrong path, and social harmony is necessary for any country that wants a strong foreign policy. He also talked about what US’s foreign policy could look like under former Vice President Joe Biden as opposed to President Donald Trump.

 

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