In 1995, Mr C Gunasingham set up The Indo- Pacific Institute of Studies with the intention to create awareness that the Indo-Pacific Rim is an international region, one that was then emerging within a hegemonic bi-polar centred world system. The second objective of the 1995 institute was to help develop, promote and speed private enterprise-led business links and relations between the industrialised and industrialising countries of the Pacific Rim and the developing and less developing countries of the Indo-Pacific Rim.
We endeavour that the Indo-Pacific Centre will act as a revival of Mr. C. Gunasingham’s vision, to facilitate existing and potential linkages in the trade, economic and security arenas of the Indo-Pacific region. Click below to read more on his research and policy documents.
- Cooperation for Growth and Development in the Indo-Pacific Rim
- Forum Opening Address of Mr. C Gunasingham
- The Indo-Pacific Institute of Studies