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 
Myanmar Round Up: October 2019 The irony of the democratic process in the ‘imperfect’ democracy that is Myanmar, is the military attempting to use the democratic mechanisms to elbow out the modicum of civilian control that exists! Slowly, but surely, the upcoming ele...

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...

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