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Visiting Faculty

  • Chen Jinying

  • Sui Xinmin

  • Jojin V John

  • Irene Pang

  • Ouyang Guoxing

  • Huang Yinghong

  • Zeng Xiangyu

  • Atul Kumar

  • Avinash Kolhe

Chen Jinying

Dr. Chen Jinying is Associate Professor at the School of International Relations and Public Affairs, Shanghai International Studies University, P.R.China. She received her PhD in Political Science from Fudan University. She was an exchange scholar under the “China-Canada Exchange Scholar Program” at Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto (2013-2014). She is currently researching on Indian labor politics.

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Sui Xinmin

Dr. Sui Xinmin is the dean of School of Politics & Law, concurrently the director of Center for South Asia Studies of Zhongyuan University of Technology (Zhengzhou-based), and a professor at China National Collaborative Innovation Center of Territorial Sovereignty and Maritime Rights (NCICTSMR). He served China Foreign Affairs University as an associate professor. 

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Jojin V John

John Jojin has recently submitted PhD thesis at Centre for East Asian Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University. His previous positions include, Korea Foundation Fellow at Center for International Studies, Seoul National University, 2012 and Research Fellow at the Academy of Korean Studies, Seoul during 2010-11. Currently he is engaged in a project on the 'New Dimensions of South Korean Foreign Policy'.

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Irene Pang

Irene Pang is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Sociology and a trainee under the Graduate Program in Development at Brown University, USA. She studies how processes of capitalist transformation affect the understanding, expressions, and negotiations of citizenship. Her dissertation project looks comparatively at India and China, and focuses on the citizenship experience of internal migrants, particularly construction workers in Delhi and Beijing. 

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Ouyang Guoxing

Ouyang Guoxing has being working as an associate researcher at Hainan Institute for World Watch (HIWW) since 2012. He is an MA in International Relations from Institute of South Asian Studies (ISAS), Sichuan University. Some of his select publication are India-ASEAN Free Trade Area: Analysis, Influence and Countermeasures, Comparative Studies in Sino-Indian Security Concepts under the Era of Globalization and The influence of Political Culture on India’ Practices in International Law. He was associated with ICS from December 2014- February 2015.

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Huang Yinghong

Dr. Huang Yinghong is Assistant Professor at the School of Asia-Pacific Studies, Sun Yat-sen University, China. He received his Ph.D. in political science from Sun Yat-sen University. He was a visiting scholar at the Department of East Asian Studies, Delhi University in 2008 and 2011 respectively, and a postdoctoral research fellow at the Department of History, Sun Yat-sen University between 2010 and 2012. His research interests include political transformations in India and China, Gandhian Satyagraha, and Sino-Indian relationship from the perspective of nation building in the two countries. His recent publications include a book titled Politics of Converting Opponents: A Case Study on Mahatma Gandhi’s Satyagraha Fasting (Chinese), “Socialism, Revolution, and Non-violence: A Comparison of Mahatma Gandhi and Sun Yat-sen’s Responses to Socialism and the Russian Revolution in 1917” (English), and several articles in Chinese.

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Zeng Xiangyu

Atul Kumar

Atul Kumar has done his PhD on ‘China’s Joint Warfare Doctrine and its implementation’ from Monash University in Australia. In addition, he has taught international relations at Monash University and the University of Queensland. As part of his research, Atul has conducted extensive field works in China, India, Singapore and Australia. In addition, he has worked as a consultant to the Indian government. His current research interests include the PLA’s emergent expeditionary capabilities, higher command reforms in China, Sino-Indian border areas and Chinese foreign and security policies. He was associated with ICS from March 2016-August 2016.

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Avinash Kolhe

Prof. Avinash Kolhe is a visiting Associate Fellow at the Institute of Chinese Studies, New Delhi. He teaches Political Science at D G Ruparel College, Mumbai. He is pursuing his Ph.D. in Mumbai University on ‘Separatist tendencies among the Muslims of Xinjiang Province of China’. Avinash has visited US and Austria for academic assignments and presented a research paper in an international conference held in April 2004 in Tehran, Iran. He has done field work in Tripura state to study the functioning of Marxist government led by Mr. Manik Sarkar.

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