Mrittika Guha Sarkar is a research scholar at the Centre for East Asian Studies, School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi. Her research areas are India-China relations, East Asia’s geopolitics and security studies focusing on regional affairs of China, Japan and Korea. She writes for several journals, newspapers and magazines such as Business Today, East Asia Military Monitor, World Focus, Defense and Security Alert (DSA) and The Pioneer. Her recent publications include “The Big Picture: US Ban on Huawei”, “Shifting Sino-US Military Relations”, “Changing Trends between India and Nepal”, “Dalai Lama Holding Tongue on Doklam?” and “India-Vietnam Outreach: Strengthened Ties”. She has been a project assistant and an intern with the East Asia Centre at the Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses (IDSA), New Delhi. She is also an editorial assistant for Routledge Studies on Think Asia.
Since the advent of the internet era, different countries have adopted diverse approaches for the regulation and governance of the cyberspace. These approaches have often been divergent as well as contradictory to each other, causing an unresolved debate for an ideal framework for cyber laws.
India-China relations, East Asia’s geopolitics and security studies focusing on regional affairs of China, Japan and Korea
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