Prarthana Basu is a Research Assistant at Institute of Chinese Studies (ICS) Delhi. She recently completed her M.A. in Geopolitics and International Relations from Manipal Academy of Higher Education, Manipal. As a part of her master's curriculum, she worked on a dissertation titled 'China's Rise in the Emerging Global Order and its Implications'. She completed her B.A.(H) in History from Miranda House, University of Delhi. She has interned under Prof. Srikanth Kondapalli in Jawaharlal Nehru University and written an extensive research paper on the Chinese Naval Modernisation and its implications in the Indo-Pacific Region, which is publised online. Her research interests are China's role in environmental geopolitics, China's development in S&T, China's military modernization and India's foreign policy towards China.
The Pulwama attack has once again drawn attention to China’s equivocal stance on Pakistan-based terror outfits.
Beijing’s capacity – and willingness – to lead on climate change are being tested.
Prarthana Basu argues that the island countries of the region can use their strategic positioning for international bargaining on climate change
The focus of attention of geopolitics now lie greatly in the Indo-Pacific region, especially the South Pacific islands, which have gained prominence over the years due to varied reasons.
China's role in environmental geopolitics, China's development in S&T, China's military modernization and India's foreign policy towards China.
Research Assistant at ICS
Research Intern, Centre for East Asian Studies, JNU
B.A.(H) in History, Miranda House, University of Delhi
M.A. in Geopolitics and International Relations, Manipal Academy of Higher Education
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