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Ms. Gunjan Singh is an Associate Fellow at the VIF since February 2018. Previously she has worked with the Indian Pugwash Society and with Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses (IDSA), New Delhi. Her research interests include Chinese Domestic Politics, China's Foreign Policy, Mainland-Taiwan Relations, media and civil society in China, Gender issues in China, Asian Discourse on Space Security. She is Assistant Editor of the CBW Magazine, published by the IDSA, is co-editor of Space Security and Global Cooperation, and has published in Strategic Analysis, International Affairs Review, Harvard Asia Quarterly, World Affairs: A Journal of International Issues and The Book Review.

Contributions 
कोरियाई उपमहाद्वीप में नए अंत का आरंभ उत्तर कोरिया में प्योंगचांग शीतकालीन ओलिंपिक खेलों से पहले लगभग साढ़े तीन महीने की उच्चस्तरीय ...

Beginning of a New End in the Korean Peninsula After almost three and a half months of high-powered diplomacy leading up to the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics in North Korea, the first meeting between a sitting United States and a North Korean leader took place on 12 June 2018 in Singapore. The mee...

Modi Xi-Summit: All About ‘Feel Good’! The informal meeting between the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping on April 27-28, 2018, has raised a lot of hope that there may be a new policy direction to improve the bilateral relations. Both the leaders showed ...

Commentary : Xi Secures his Wish List for the ‘New Era’ The past month has witnessed significant political developments in China which have altered the structure of the Chinese domestic political system and may lead to an acute concentration of power and Mao-style personality cult. The developments have a...

Book Reviews 
‘China’s Future’, by David Shambaugh, Cambridge: Polity Press, 2016, Pages: 203, Price: $ 19.95, ISBN: 978-15095-0714-6 The path which China will pursue in the coming future is one of the most debated and discussed topic among the current academic and policy making circle. The direction which Chinese politics, society and economy adopt almost directly impacts a large ...

Issue Briefs 
Evolution of China-Sri Lanka Relations Over the last ten years China has been paying renewed attention to its ties with Sri Lanka. There has been a large rise in Chinese investments in various projects in Sri Lanka. Beijing has also diplomatically supported Colombo on various issues, espe...

Xi Jinping Continues China’s Repressive Policies in Xinjiang … The CCP has adopted harsh repressive measures towards Xinjiang since the very beginning … has been pushing policies to change the basic religious and cultural fabric of Xinjiang as it wants a more ‘tailor made’ Uighur population, which will...

Xi's Tightening Control over the Media ... The Chinese media has successfully invented novel ways to bypass the authority of the state since 1978. But after Xi Jinping came to power in 2012, the balance has shifted heavily in favour of the government. Xi has adopted a host of new methods ...

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