Mr. Amit Kumar is a postgraduate student pursuing Masters in Diplomacy, Law and Business at JSIA, O.P. Jindal Global University. He completed his Bachelors in Political Science from Ram Lal Anand College, University of Delhi. Prior to completion of his graduation, he was an under-trainee Officer Cadet (Ex-GC) at Officers Training Academy (OTA), Gaya. His research interests include Chinese politics, Chinese Foreign Policy, Sino-India relations, East Asia and South Asia. Currently, he is a research assistant at the Centre for Security Studies (CSS), JSIA.

Contributions 
Taiwan’s Evolving Security Concerns and Prospects of Cross-Strait Unification The ‘Century of Humiliation’ occupies a special place in the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) ruled People’s Republic of China (PRC) in driving the ruling narrative in the country. It has gained a renewed emphasis under the leadership of General S...

The Two Tales of Pakistan’s Geography Pakistan’s location, for long, has been a source of attraction in America’s foreign policy. However, Pakistan has leveraged its geography to continuously venture into strategic adventures that have endangered global peace and security. ...

VIF Papers 
How has the Growing Rift in Oceania enabled China’s Rise in the Region? This paper seeks to investigate the factors that allowed China to emerge as a major player in the Oceania. The paper argues that the traditional powers in the region, the ANZUS, have viewed the region predominantly through the geostrategic lens and i...

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