Lecture by Dr. Thomas J. Ward, University of Bridgeport, Connecticut USA on the topic Role of India in the future United Nations held on February 24, 2016

Dr. Thomas Ward is Dean of the College of Public and International Affairs (CPIA) and Vice President for Internationalization at the University of Bridgeport. He teaches graduate courses in International Conflict and Negotiation and in Political and Economic Integration for the CPIA graduate program in Global Development & Peace and in its graduate program in East Asian and Pacific Rim Studies.

Dr. Ward was at the College to deliver a talk on Role of India in the future United Nations. He spoke on length on India’s growing clout in the economic scene in the world and responsible role of India in world politics. He analyzed the importance of South Asia in the United Nations and how India being the world’s largest democracy has a pro-active role to play in leading the nations to peace and development. He also spoke in support of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s farsightedness and a successful diplomacy.
A good number of students attended the talk and also asked a number of questions.