‘The Question Answered or Answers Questioned’

The Chinese legal spectrum since COVID-19 has been undergoing a lot of change, where it has become very progressive in promoting its own interests, while sacrificing the interests of others. Its role in the COVID-19 and its spread of pandemic is well-known and since then its legal demarches against Taiwan, Hong Kong, Vietnam and India is well-known and pose a challenge to the entire world. The webinar would be focusing on different aspects of Chinese foreign policy Vis-a Vis its aggressive stance and open violation of rule of law and its manifestation under International relations and politics in the coming days.


Anirudha Choudhury,

Assistant Professor,
KIIT Law School, Bhubaneshwar


Anirudha Choudhury, Assistant Professor, KIIT Law School, Bhubaneswar

Anirudha Choudhury joined as Assistant Professor in March, 2016. He has graduated from Hidayatullah National Law University, Raipur in 2008. After completing graduation, he has done his MA in International Law and Settlement of Disputes from Department of International Law and Human Rights, UN Mandated University of Peace, San Jose, Costa Rica in 2015. He has been an International debater and mooter during his time in HNLU, Raipur, and has a rich and diverse experience of working in Corporate, Litigation and Test-Prep sector for the last 7 years. He has participated and presented papers in National and International seminars, and is also an avid quizzer and political analyst, with specific reference to International events and affairs. His major areas of specialization are Public International Law, International Criminal Law, International Law and Relations, WTO, Trade and Investment Law. He has taught subjects like International Humanitarian Law, Law of International Organizations, International Criminal Law, Law of Torts and Land Laws.

Topics of Discussion

International Political Spectrum of China
Impact of COVID 19 on International Relations
Was China’s response towards COVID 19 appropriate?
China’s relation with its neighbours
Legal contrast on the COVID 19 issue

Who should attend the webinar?

Students of Law and International Relation
Professionals (engaged in International Relation Operations)
Students and Professional in field of Journalism
Anyone interested in understanding the topic
Students preparing for Competitive Exams like UPSC, PCS, PCS-J, etc

Fees : Rs. 50 Only.

Date : 14 June 2020.

Time : 5:00PM Onwards.

Duration : 90 Min

Platform : Google Meet

'Certificate of Participation' will be provided to all the Registered Participants.