Anushka Saraswat is pursuing her Bachelor's in Global Affairs at O.P. Jindal Global University. She is the recipient of Best Students Research Award at the Jindal School of International Affairs. She serves as a Research Assistant at the Centre for Comparative and Global Education under the aegis of International Institute for Higher Education Research & Capacity Building. She serves as a Research Analyst at the Jindal Centre for the Global South. She also serves as a Research Associate at the Digital Future, a research forum on Law and Technology Policy. In the past, she has served as a Research Assistant at the Centre for Afghanistan Studies, JGU. She is also a former Research Intern of Centre for Land Warfare Studies, a New Delhi based Army think tank. Anushka's areas of research and interest include Information Warfare, Chinese Foreign Policy, Indo-Sino Relations, National and International Security.

Contributions 
Afghanistan's Uncertain Future and Its Implications for China-Pakistan Relations The U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan will have a profound impact on Asian geopolitics and international relations at large. China-Pakistan relations are also undergoing steady change as both seek to maximise their influence, security and economic int...

The Social Media Dilemma: From Capitalism to National Security Introduction The emergence of social media has challenged modern democracies on multiple fronts-be it enticing violence or communal hatred or concerns of privacy and fake news, making it a new playground of battle. Platforms like Facebook...

Event Reports 
Report on the Virtual Book Discussion “The Janajatis of Nepal” On 21st February 2022 Vivekananda International Foundation organised a virtual book discussion on “The Janajatis of Nepal” authored by Professor Hari Bansh Jha. The welcome address was delivered Dr. Arvind Gupta, Director, Vivekananda Internation...

Sri Lanka Integrated Country Strategy On 27th January 2022, Vivekananda International Foundation organised a discussion on Integrated Country Strategy: From Sri Lanka Diplomatic Missions in India (2021/2023). In the last few months, India-Sri Lanka Relations have seen significant ...

India’s Engagement with Human Rights The Vivekananda International Foundation hosted a discussion on India’s Engagement with Human Rights on 27th January 2022. In 2021, India got elected to the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) for the second term (2022-24) to strengthen its commitment ...

50 Years of Bangladesh and its Evolving Ties with India On 31st January 2022, Vivekananda International Foundation organised a talk on "50 years of Bangladesh and its Evolving Ties with India". 2021 marked the Golden Jubilee of the Liberation War and 50 years of India-Bangladesh ties. It also marked the 1...

Shared Buddhist Heritage between India and Russia Speakers from Russian side: Prof. Tatiana Shaumyan, Professor for Indian Studies, Institute of Oriental Studies, Scholar from Kalmykia Region, Telo Rinpoche (Honorary Representative of His Holiness for the Dalai Lama in Russia, Mong...

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