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Indian ambassador visits Universidad del Pacífico
January 13 , 2017

This visit to Universidad del Pacífico was the result of the meeting between Dr. Santa Gadea and Ambassador Rao at the gathering of alumni between Fellows of the Waterhead Center for International Affairs of Harvard University in November 2016.


Universidad del Pacífico was visited by Ambassador Nirupama Rao, a retired diplomat from India, who is currently engaged in the academic world as a professor and researcher. 

Ambassador Rao was received by the Vice President for Research, Dr. Cynthia Sanborn, and the Director of the Center for Peru-China Studies, Dr. Rosario Santa Gadea, to hold working meetings to discuss the possibilities for joint academic activities, such as research or teaching classes at UP as a visiting professor. Ambassador Rao has nearly 40 years of experience as a diplomat. During her career, she served as Secretary of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of India between 2009 and 2011 and also as her country's ambassador to Peru (1995-1998), China (2006-2009), and the United States (2011-2013), among others. She is currently writing a book on "The Politics of History: India and China, 1949 to 1962", which deals with the diplomatic and political history of India-China relations in the crucial decade that led to the brief 1962 border conflict. 

This visit to Universidad del Pacífico was the result of the meeting between Dr. Santa Gadea and Ambassador Rao at the gathering of alumni between Fellows of the Waterhead Center for International Affairs of Harvard University in November 2016.

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