Alakh Ranjan has completed his Masters in Politics and International Relations from Jamia Millia Islamia University. He has a keen interest in media and international relations. He has presented papers on these topics at various national and international conferences. His area of research interest are postcolonial studies, South-Asia and Indian foreign policy. He has earlier worked as Research Intern at Centre for Vietnam Studies and India Policy Foundation, New Delhi.

Contributions 
Sheikh Hasina Visit to India: Fostering Development, Connectivity and Security India and Bangladesh are emerging economies with a combined GDP of 3000 US billion dollars (2018).1 These two big economies have forged a very strong relationship in recent years and the ties between both the countries have been on an upsw...

Myanmar Round Up: September 2019 “…it is clear that China will never be an honest broker capable of mediating a peace process that can bring lasting peace to Myanmar. Rather, China conducts a peace process guided by its own interests—one that goes nowhere.” - Joe Kumbun...

Neighbourhood First: India’s Policy towards Nepal The Mothihari-Amlekhgunj pipeline was jointly inaugurated on 10th September 2019 by Prime Ministers of both nations through a video link. The 69 km pipeline multiproduct pipeline is a government to government (G2G) project. It is built jointly by sta...

Education and Technology: The New Frontier of Indo-Bhutan Relationship India and Bhutan share a very close relationship not only in terms of geography but also in terms of history, traditions, culture and spirituality. The relationship between India-Bhutan runs very deep and there are regular high-level visits between b...

भारत-भूटान संबंधों के बदलते आयाम भूटान महत्वपूर्ण पड़ोसी है और भारत के नए विदेश मंत्री एस जयशंकर ने पहले द्विपक्षीय दौरे पर दो द...

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