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RANGOLI MITRA

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RANGOLI MITRA

Rangoli Mitra is a Research Assistant at the Institute of Chinese Studies, New Delhi. She has completed her M.A. in Conflict Analysis and Peacebuilding from Jamia Millia Islamia. Her master's dissertation was titled, 'The Women, Peace and Security Agenda: A Theoretical Analysis of the Absence of a Gender Perspective in Peacebuilding'. She has completed her B.A. from Miranda House in Political Science Honours. Rangoli has previously worked with the Women's Regional Network and interned with the Nepal Institute for International Cooperation and Engagement and the National Maritime Foundation.

Her research interests include India's foreign policy, Indo-China relations, Security issues in South Asia, analyzing China's engagements in the maritime domain, particularly the Indo- Pacific and assessing the growth of the PLA.



The China-India Cold War in Maldives
19 Jan 2022

The significance of Maldives, one of the most geographically dispersed countries in the world, is steadily increasing. The island nation, which comprises 26 atolls

China in the World Order: A Critical Examination
12 Jan 2022

In 1967, A.F.K. Organski in his book ‘World Politics’, first propounded the power transition theory and predicted the rise of China, and subsequently, the decline of the West. The power transition theory

Areas of interest

India's Foreign Policy, Indo-China relations, Security issues in South Asia, analyzing China's engagements in the maritime domain, particularly the Indo- Pacific and assessing the growth of the PLA.

Experience

Current Positions

    Research Assistant, Institute of Chinese Studies

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