C3S Occasional Paper V: China’s Growing Stature and Inherent Conflict: Tracing Chinese Strategic Tho
Updated: Feb 24
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C3S Occasional Paper: 05/2021
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About the Author
(Abhishek Verma is a Ph.D. scholar at the School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU). He is currently a student of Diplomacy and Disarmament (DAD) division of the Centre for International Politics, Organisation and Disarmament (CIPOD), SIS, JNU. His research experience includes working at the international relations magazine ‘The Kootneeti’ and ‘Foreign Policy Research Centre’ (FPRC) a New Delhi based think tank and as a core member of India Futures, a New Delhi based independent media organisation focusing on Indian foreign policy and diplomatic review. The views expressed in this occasional paper are the author’s own and does not reflect the views of C3S)