Publications

A.  Chapter in Edited Books:

 

1. “Perception and Reality in the Changing International Order” in Srikanth Kondapalli and Priyanka Pandit (eds.) China and the BRICS: Setting up a Different Kitchen (2016), New Delhi: Pentagon Press, pp. 57-79, (ISBN: 978-81-8274-927-6).

2. “China’s 21st Century Maritime Silk Road: Strategy for Security” in R. Sidda Goud and Manisha Mookherjee (eds.) Sino-Indian Relations: Contemporary Perspective (2016), New Delhi: Allied Publishers, pp. 90-104, (ISBN: 978-93-85926-22-8).

3. “China, United States and the Changing Balance of Power in the Asia-Pacific” in Sanjay Pulipaka & Saranya Sircar (eds.) East Asian Security: Changing Contours (2016), East Asia Research Program- Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations, New Delhi, pp. 17-19 (ISBN: 978-81925828-7).

4. “The Rising Tide of China in the Indian Ocean Region and India: Strategic Interests and Security Concerns” in R. Sidda Goud and Manisha Mookherjee (eds.) China in Indian Ocean Region(2015), New Delhi: Allied Publishers, , Price- Rs. 850, pp. 253-266, (ISBN: 978-81-8424-977-4).



B.  Conference Volumes:


 1.  “Cognition and Perception of Mao Zedong in Shaping China’s Foreign Policy” (2013), Research Conference & Publications Division, IIM Kozhikode, pp. 499-511, (ISBN: 978-81-926239-3-1).

2. “The China Factor in redefining India-ROK relations” (2016), Research Association for the Studies of Korea (RASK), New Delhi, pp. 92-112. 

C.  Articles in Peer Reviewed Journals:

1. US-India-Japan Partnership, STRATEGIC VISION, Centre for Security Studies, Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University, Taiwan, Volume 5, Issue No. 30, December 2016, pp.  14-17 ( ISSN 2227-3646).

2. Book Review of “China’s Transition Under Xi Jinping” Edited by Jagannath P. Panda, The Book Review, The Book Review Literary Trust, Volume Xl, Number 12, December 2016, pp. 8-9 (ISSN: 0970-4175).

3. “China, Japan and the Evolving Risks in the East China Sea: Implications and Policies to Avert Risks”, USI Journal, The United Service Institution of India, New Delhi, Volume CXLVI, No. 605, July –September 2016, pp. 327-335 (ISSN 0041-770X).

4. “Sino-Japanese Ties and the Burden of History”, STRATEGIC VISION, Centre for Security Studies, Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University, Taiwan, Volume 5, Issue 26, April 2016, pp.  9-12 (ISSN 2227-3646).

5.  Book Review on “India’s ocean: the story of India’s bid for regional leadership” by David Brewster, STRATEGIC ANALYSIS, Routledge, Volume 39, Issue 4, pp. 466-467, July/August 2015, DOI: 10.1080/09700161.2015.1047224(ISSN 0970-0161 (Print), 1754-0054 (Online).

6. “The Dynamics of “Congagement” in India-China Relations: Political Rivalry versus Economic Engagement”, REVIEW OF GLOBAL POLITICS, Graduate Institute of International Politics, National Chung Hsing University, Special Volume. 002, May 2015, pp. 17-37 (ISSN 1726-3786).


7. “De-Coding the “Beijing Consensus”: Is it an Alternative Growth Model?”, YONSEI JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL STUDIES- PAPERS, ESSAYS AND REVIEWS, Yonsei University Press, Vol. VI, Issue 2, Fall/Winter 2014, pp. 334-343, (ISSN 2005-9809).


8.  “China in India’s ‘Look East’- Myanmar: Strategic Interests and Security Concerns”, INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH JOURNAL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES, International Science Congress Association, Vol. 3, No. 6,  June 2014, pp. 54-57, (ISSN 2319-3565).


9.  Book Review of “On China” by Henry Kissinger, CHINA REPORT, Sage Publications, Vol. 50, No. 2, May 2014, pp. 164-166, doi: 10.1177/0009445514523641, (ISSN: 0009-4455, eISSN: 0973-063X).

 

D.  Print /Online Journals:

 

1.“China’s Footprints in the Gulf: Quest for Oil Security”, in "Global Politics of Oil in West and Central Asia", WORLD FOCUS, Vol. XXXVII, No. 1, January 2016, pp. 82-86, U.S. Library of Congress No.: 80910345 (ISSN 2230-8458).

2. “The Optics of China-Japan Relations from the Politics of ‘Historical Memories’”, SYNERGY: THE JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY ASIAN STUDIES, Asian Institute- Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto, Vol. 1, Issue 2, January 2015 (ISSN 2369-8217). Available at: http://utsynergyjournal.org/2016/01/08/the-optics-of-china-japan-relations-from-the-politics-of-historical-memories/.

3. Is China’s Rise Changing the Balance of Power in East Asia?”, in India and East Asia, FPRC Journal, No. 22, 2015, pp. 162-168, (ISSN 2277-2464). Available at: http://www.fprc.in/india-and-east-asia-web.pdf.


4.“India's ASEAN Policy and the 'China Factor': From 'Look East' to 'Engaging with the East’”, in “Regional Diplomacy: SAARC, ASEAN and BRICS”, WORLD FOCUS, Vol.  XXXVI, No. 09, September 2015, pp. 104-110, U.S. Library of Congress No.: 80910345, (ISSN 2230-8458).


5.“India’s Policy Towards China: From Dilemma to Engagement”, in India’s  neighbourhood policy post-2014, FPRC Journal, No. 21, 2015, pp. 121-131, (ISSN 2277-2464). Available at: http://fprc.in/India's-neighbourhood-policy.pdf

 

6. “Central Asia- The New Geopolitical Hotspot of China’s Oil & Gas Politics”, in India and her Odyssey of Oil Diplomacy in Central Asia & West Asia, WORLD FOCUS, Vol. XXXVI , No. 01, January 2015, pp. 107-112 , U.S. Library of Congress No.: 80910345, (ISSN 2230-8458).

 

7. “China as an ‘Observer’ to SAARC: Strategic Interests of China and Concerns for India”, in India’s New Foreign Policy: A Change in Perspective (SAARC in Focus), WORLD FOCUS, Vol. XXXV, No. 11, November 2014, pp. 130-134, U.S. Library of Congress No.: 80910345, (ISSN 2230-8458).

 

8. “India’s ‘Hot Economics & Cold Politics’ with its Eastern Neighbour- China”, in India & Neighbours- From UPA to NDA, Spreading the Fragrance of Diplomacy and Development: The New NDA Governments Neighbourhood Mantra, WORLD FOCUS, Vol. XXXV, No. 9, September 2014, pp. 130-135, U.S. Library of Congress No.: 80910345, (ISSN 2230-8458).

 

9. “Xi Jinping’s ‘Chinese Dream’ and its Implications for India”,in China in a Changing World: An Ascendant Global Player? Burgeoning India-China Relations, WORLD FOCUS, Vol. XXXV, No. 3, March 2014, pp. 7-11, U.S. Library of Congress No.: 80910345, (ISSN 2230-8458).

 

D.  Study Projects:

 

 1.  “China in the Indian Ocean: Strategic Interests and Policies”, in China’s Foreign Policy in 21st Century, Country Specific Study Project- Studies on China (CSS China), Edited by Dr. Mahendra Gaur, Foreign Policy Research Centre, New Delhi, Vol. 3, January 2015, pp. 116-128.


E.  Articles in Political, Economic and Security Discussion Forums:

 

1.  “Interpreting the Great Chinese Dream” (Cover Story), India-China Chronicle, India China Economic and Cultural Council, Volume I, Issue 8, January 2014, pp. 22-29, New Delhi-India. Available at www.icec-council.org.

2.  “Cinemascope in China’s Soft Power Strategy”, India-China Chronicle, India China Economic and Cultural Council, Volume 4, Issue 2, March 2014, pp. 54-57, New Delhi-India. Available at www.icec-council.org.

3.  “China in troubled waters with Japan: Rising tensions in the East China Sea”, Australian Security Magazine (ASM), August/September 2014, pp. 8-9, Australia, 13 August 2014.  Available at: http://issuu.com/apsm/docs/asm_emag_august_september_2014_fina/11?e=9108448/8898102#.


4.  “India’s China Policy: Need for a Proactive Diplomacy”, Pragati- Economics, Politics and Social Sciences Interest Group, Vol. 2, No. 2, October 2014, pp. 38-41, IIM Kozhikode. Available at: https://www.iimk.ac.in/stdaffairs/EPSMagazine.php.


5.  “BCIM CORRIDOR: Connecting the Diplomatic Dots”, India-China Chronicle, India China Economic and Cultural Council, Volume 5, Issue 1, January-February 2015, pp. 24-26, New Delhi-India. Available at: www.icec-council.org.


6.  “China: Shifting Energies to Central Asia”, India-China Chronicle, India China Economic and Cultural Council, Volume 5, Issue 2, March-April 2015, pp. 28-31, New Delhi-India. Available at: www.icec-council.org.


7.  “‘All-Weather Friendship’ Between China and Pakistan: Implications for India”, India-China Chronicle, India China Economic and Cultural Council, Volume 5, Issue 3, May-June 2015, pp. 29-31, New Delhi-India. Available at: www.icec-council.org.

 

F.  Discussion Forums- Online Publications:

1.  “China’s Ambivalence over the Ukraine Crisis”, DSA Dialogue, Defence and Security Alert, New Delhi, India, 23 May 2014. Available at: http://www.dsalert.org/dialogue/2014/05/chinas-ambivalence-over-the-ukraine-crisis/.


2.  “Will China and India Walk the Diplomatic Talk”, IITM CSCArticle# 74, IIT Madras China Studies Centre, Chennai, India, 13 June 2014. Available at: http://www.csc.iitm.ac.in/?q=node/492#overlay-context=node/491%3Fq%3Dnode/491.

3.  “China’s Relations With Japan Goes Down Memory Lane”, China Focus- 21st Century China, School of International Relations and Pacific Studies, University of California, San Diego (UCSD), U.S.A., 19 June 2014. Available at: http://chinafocus.us/2014/06/19/chinas-relations-japan-goes-memory-lane/.


4.  “Xinjiang- The door to Global Jihad in China”, DSA Dialogue, Defence and Security Alert, New Delhi, India, 16 July 2014. Available at: http://www.dsalert.org/dialogue/2014/07/xinjiang-the-door-to-global-jihad-in-china/.

5.  “Is China Looking the "Mahanian Way": The Quest for a Blue-Water Navy”, China Focus- 21st Century China, School of International Relations and Pacific Studies, University of California, San Diego (UCSD), U.S.A., 14 July 2014. Available at: http://chinafocus.us/2014/07/14/china-looking-mahanian-way-quest-blue-water-navy/

6.  “The Sino-Indian Border Talks and its Implications for Bilateral Relations”, Science Technology and Security Forum (STSF), Manipal University, Manipal, India, 11 August 2014. Available at: http://stsfor.org/content/sino-indian-border-talks-and-its-implications-bilateralrelations.

7.  “Is BRICS the New “Game of Thrones” for India and China?”, China Focus- 21st Century China, School of International Relations and Pacific Studies, University of California, San Diego (UCSD), U.S.A., 10 September 2014. Available at: http://chinafocus.us/2014/09/10/brics-new-game-thrones-india-china/

8.  “China still haunted by Japan”, Asia Times Online (Greater China), Hong Kong, China, 19 September 2014. Available at: http://www.atimes.com/atimes/China/CHIN-01-190914.html.

9.  “Xi Jinping’s Serendipity with India: Expectations of Greater Engagement”, Nickled and Dimed (Category- Foreign Policy and Politics & Institutions), Centre for International Economic Studies, Jindal School of International Affairs, O. P. Jindal University, India, 25 September 2014. Available at: http://ciesjsia.blogspot.in/.

 

10.  “Modi-Xi Entente Cordiale: A new ‘Honeymoon Phase’ in India-China Relations”,China Focus-21st Century China, School of International Relations and Pacific Studies, University of California, San Diego (UCSD), U.S.A., 30 September 2014. Available at: http://chinafocus.us/2014/09/30/modi-xi-entente-cordiale-new-honeymoon-phase-india-china-relations/.

11.  “Hong Kong Protests”, IITM CSCArticle #80, IIT Madras China Studies Centre, Chennai, India, 14 October 2014. Available at: http://www.csc.iitm.ac.in/?q=node/522#overlay-context=login%3Fq%3Dlogin.

12.  “ ‘Indian Ocean’- The 21st Century ‘Security Dilemma’ between China and India”, Nickled and Dimed (Category- Foreign Policy and Politics & Institutions), Centre for International Economic Studies, Jindal School of International Affairs, O. P. Jindal University, India, 15 November 2014. Available at: http://ciesjsia.blogspot.com/.

 

13.  “China-Japan Talk the CBM Way to Settle the Diaoyu/Senkaku Crisis”, IITM CSCArticle# 83, IIT Madras China Studies Centre, Chennai, India, 31 January 2015. Available at: http://csc.iitm.ac.in/?q=node/537#overlay-context=login%3Fq%3Dlogin.

14.  “Sushma Swaraj’s China Visit: Proactive Diplomacy at Play”, Indus Research  Centre,  New Delhi, India, 24 February 2015. Available at: http://www.indusresearch.org/swaraj-china-visit/.

15.  “China’s ‘artificial Islands’ in South China Sea”, Asia Times Online(Greater China), Hong Kong, China, 5 March 2015. Available at: http://www.atimes.com/atimes/China/CHIN-01-050315.html.

16.  “China’s parade a warning to Japan”, Asia Times Online (Greater China), Hong Kong, China, 11 March 2015. Available at: http://www.atimes.com/atimes/China/CHIN-01-110315.html

17.  “Xi Jinping’s “Four Comprehensives””,IITM CSC Article# 85, IIT Madras China Studies Centre, Chennai, India, 16 March 2015. Available at: http://www.csc.iitm.ac.in/?q=node/557#overlay-context=login%3Fq%3Dlogin

18.  “Is South China Sea to be the New Hotspot of China-Japan Rivalry?”, DSA Dialogue, Defence and Security Alert, New Delhi, India, 19 March 2015. Available at: http://www.dsalert.org/dialogue/2015/03/is-south-china-sea-to-be-the-new-hotspot-of-china-japan-rivalry-3/

19.  “PM’s Visit: Making Strategic Moves in Indian Ocean”, Indus Research  Centre,  New Delhi, India, 28 March 2015. Available at: http://www.indusresearch.org/indian-ocean/

20.  “Modi’s Arunachal Visit Brings Sino-India Ties Back to Ground Zero”, China Focus-21st Century China, School of International Relations and Pacific Studies, University of California, San Diego (UCSD), U.S.A., 9 April 2015. Available at: http://chinafocus.us/2015/04/09/modis-arunachal-visit-brings-sino-india-ties-back-to-ground-zero/

21.  “Will Modi’s China Sojourn Cause a New High: Checks and Balances”, IndraStra, New York, U.S.A., 12 May 2015. Available at: http://www.indrastra.com/2015/05/OPINION-Will-Modis-China-Sojourn-Cause-a-New-High-Checks-and-Balances-by-Amrita-Jash.html.

22.  “India and the South China Sea”, Gateway House, Mumbai-India, 11 June 2015. Available at: http://www.gatewayhouse.in/india-china-and-the-south-china-sea/

23. “China’s Japan Policy: History Overrules Realpolitik”, IndraStra Global, New York-U.S.A., 9 September 2015, ISSN 2381-3652. Available at: http://www.indrastra.com/2015/09/OPINION-China-Japan-Policy-History-OveRrules-Realpolitik-by-Amrita-Jash-206.html


24. “China’s Militarisation of the “South China Sea”: A Compellence Strategy”, IndraStra Global, New York: U.S.A., 17 September 2015, ISSN 2381-3652. Available at: http://www.indrastra.com/2015/09/FEATURED-China-Militarization-of-South-China-Sea-by-Amrita-Jash-217.html.


25. “China’s “Victory Day Parade”: Symbolism and Significance”, International Affairs Forum, Centre for International Relations, Virginia: U.S.A., 21 September 2015. Available at: http://www.ia-forum.org/Content/ViewInternalDocument.cfm?ContentID=8418


26. “Will Xi Jinping’s US Visit Make a Breakthrough?”, IndraStra Global, Featured, New York- U.S.A., 22 September 2015, ISSN 2381-3652. Available at: http://www.indrastra.com/2015/09/FEATURED-Will-Xi-Jinpings-US-Visit-Make-Breakthrough-by-Amrita-Jash-238.html.


27. “China and the ‘Thucydides Trap’”, E-International Relations, Bristol-U.K., 16 October 2015, ISSN 2053-8626. Available at: http://www.e-ir.info/2015/10/16/china-and-the-thucydides-trap/.


28. “China, United States and the Changing Balance of Power in the Asia Pacific”, East Asia Research Programme, ICRIER, New Delhi- India, 17 October 2015. Available at: http://earp.in/en/china-united-states-and-the-changing-balance-of-power-in-the-asia-pacific/


29. “China and Japan: Two Tigers on the Same Mountain ”, IndraStra Global, Featured, New York- U.S.A., 22 October 2015, AIDN: 001-10-2015-0335, ISSN 2381-3652. Available at: http://www.indrastra.com/2015/10/FEATURED-China-and-Japan-Two-Tigers-on-Same-Mountain-by-Amrita-Jash-0335.html.


30. “Xi-Ma Summit: More Symbolic than Significant”, IndraStra Global, Opinion, New York- U.S.A., 9 October 2015, AIDN: 001-11-2015-0407, ISSN 2381-3652. Available at: http://www.indrastra.com/2015/11/OPINION-Xi-Ma-Summit-More-Symbolic-than-Significant-by-Amrita-Jash-0407.html .


31. “China’s Food Security: Challenges & Policies”, IndraStra Global, The Paper, New York- U.S.A., 13 November 2015, AIDN: 001-11-2015-0421, ISSN 2381-3652. Available at: https://www.indrastra.com/2015/11/PAPER-China-Quest-for-Food-Security-Challenges-and-Policies-by-Amrita-Jash-0421.html .


32. “Understanding the Parallels of 2015 BRICS/SCO Summit”, The BRICS Institute, New Delhi- India, 16 November 2015. Available at: http://bricsonline.org/index.php/2015-09-04-11-20-43/latest-articles/item/21-understanding-the-parallels-of-2015-brics-sco-summit#sthash.3kNwAsUw.dpbs .


33. “The ‘Boundary Settlement’ between India and China: A Dilemma”, South Asia Democratic Forum (SADF), Comment, No. 11, Brussels- Belgium, ISSN 2406-5617. Available at: http://sadf.eu/new/blog/comment-nr-11-the-boundary-settlement-between-india-and-china-a-dilemma/ .


34. “Chinese Construct of Sovereignty”, IndraStra Global, New York- U.S.A., 19 November 2015, AIDN: 001-11-2015-0448, ISSN 2381-3652. Available at: https://www.indrastra.com/2015/11/FEATURED-Chinese-Construct-of-Sovereignty-by-Amrita-Jash-0448.html


35. “Cognitive Analysis of Sino-U.S. Rapprochement”, IndraStra Global, The Paper, New York-U.S.A., 26 November 2015, AIDN: 001-11-2015-0479, ISSN 2381-3652. Available at: https://www.indrastra.com/2015/11/PAPER-Cognitive-Analysis-of-Sino-US-Rapprochement-by-Amrita-Jash-0479.html.

36. “What Happens When India takes the BRICS Chairmanship 2016”, The BRICS Institute, New Delhi- India, 1 December 2015. Available at: http://bricsonline.org/index.php/2015-09-04-11-20-43/latest-articles/item/22-what-happens-when-india-takes-the-brics-chairmanship-2016#sthash.bbr59C6Y.dpbs.

37. “India and Japan: From a ‘Trusted Friendship’ to a ‘Special Strategic & Global Partnership’”, IndraStra Global, Featured, New York-U.S.A., 13 December 2015, AIDN: 001-12-2015-0538, ISSN 2381-3652. Available at: https://www.indrastra.com/2015/12/FEAURED-India-Japan-from-Trusted-friendship-to-Strategic-Global-Partnership-0538.html.

38. "China in Djibouti : Setting the Strategic Foot in Indian Ocean Region", IndraStra Global, New York- U.S.A, 17 December 2015, AIDN: 001-12-2015-0548., ISSN 2381-3652, Available at: https://www.indrastra.com/2015/12/OPINION-China-in-Djibouti-Setting-Strategic-Foot-Indian-Ocean-Region-0548.html


39. “Decoding China's Defense Strategy”, IndraStra Global, New York - U.S.A.,22 December 2015,AIDN 001-12-2015-0564, ISSN 2381 3652 Available athttps://www.indrastra.com/2015/12/FEATURED-Decoding-China-Defense-Strategy-by-Amrita-Jash-0564.html


40. “Diaoyu/Senkaku islands dispute: identity versus territory”, Policy Forum, Crawford School of Public Policy- Australian National University, Australia, 12 January 2016. Available at: http://www.policyforum.net/diaoyusenkaku-islands-dispute-identity-versus-territory/

41. “China’s membership in SAARC: An anxiety for India”, South Asia Democratic Forum (SADF), SADF Comment, No. 16, Brussels-Belgium, ISSN 2406-5617. Available at: http://sadf.eu/new/blog/comment-nr-16-india-china-saarc-regional-cooperation/.

42. “China’s ‘Yuan’ in IMF: A Boon or a Bane?”, IndraStra Global, Opinion, New York-U.S.A., 18 January 2016, AIDN: 002-01-2016-0056, ISSN 2381-3652. Available at.http://www.indrastra.com/2016/01/OPINION-China-Yuan-in-IMF-002-01-2016-0056.html. Doi: https://dx.doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.2064468

 

43. “China’s Response to Counter-Terrorism under the BRICS Framework, BRICS International Forum, New Delhi-India, 28 January 2016. Available at: http://bricsforum.in/news/01/.

 

44. “China’s ‘One Belt, One Road’: A Roadmap to ‘Chinese Dream’?”, IndraStra Global, Opinion, New York-U.S.A., 10 February 2016, AIDN: 002-02-2016-0030, ISSN 2381-3652, Doi: https://dx.doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.2247448. Available at: http://www.indrastra.com/2016/02/OPINION-Chinas-One-Belt-One-Road-Roadmap-to-Chinese-Dream-002-02-2016-0030.html

45. “DPP in Taiwan and its implications on China-Japan Relations”, iAffairs, Norman Paterson School of International Studies, Carleton University, Canada, 15 February 2016. Available at: http://www.iaffairscanada.com/2016/4503

 

46. “Democracy, Taiwan and an uncertain future”, Asia and the Pacific Policy Society, APPS Policy Forum, Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University, Australia, 15 February 2015. Available at: http://www.policyforum.net/democracy-taiwan-and-an-uncertain-future/

47. “The Legitimacy of India’s South China Sea Concerns”, China-India Brief # 68, Centre on Asia and Globalisation, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, Singapore, 16 February 2016. Available at: http://lkyspp.nus.edu.sg/cag/publication/china-india-brief/china-india-brief-68#.VsK1Tic_kKs.facebook

 

48. “With Japan, China Still Walks in the Shadow of the Past: Memory, Identity and Politics”, Research, Sigma Iota Rho Journal of International Relations (Online), University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia- U.S.A., 12 April 2016. Available at: http://www.sirjournal.org/research/2016/4/12/with-japan-china-still-walks-in-the-shadow-of-the-past-memory-identity-and-politics

 

49. “On the Rocks: China-Japan Tensions Deteriorate over Diaoyu/Senkaku”, ISDP Voices, Institute for Security & Development Policy, Stockholm- Sweden, 10 May 2016. Available at: http://isdp.eu/rocks-china-japan-tensions-deteriorate-diaoyusenkaku/

 

50. “South China Sea: A Test Case of China’s ‘State Sovereignty and Territorial Integrity’?, China-India Brief # 75, Centre on Asia and Globalisation, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, Singapore, 31 May 2016. Available at: http://lkyspp.nus.edu.sg/cag/publication/china-india-brief/china-india-brief-75

 

51. “Is South China Sea the New ‘Inalienable’ Part of China?”, IndraStra Global (Featured), Vol. 002, Issue No: 06, AIDN-0022, New York-U.S.A, 13 June 2016, ISSN 2381-3652,

doi: https://dx.doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.3435908. Available ta: http://www.indrastra.com/2016/06/FEATURED-Is-SCS-the-new-Inalienable-Part-of-China-002-06-2016-0022.html

 

52. “When China Decides for India- NSG & SCO?”, IndraStra Global (Opinion), Vol. 002, Issue No: 06 (2016) AIDN-0042, New York-USA, 24 June 2016, ISSN 2381-3652. Available at: http://www.indrastra.com/2016/06/OPINION-When-China-Decides-for-India-002-06-2016-0042.html.

 

53. China and Japan Embroiled in East China Sea Dispute: Risk of Clash Boosted?”, Synergy: Journal of Contemporary Asian Studies (Op-Ed), 8 July 2016, Asian Institute, Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto, Ontario-Canada. Available at: http://utsynergyjournal.org/2016/07/08/china-and-japan-embroiled-in-east-china-sea-dispute-risk-of-clash-boosted/.

 

54. “China’s South China Sea Conundrum- No Easier Pass”, IndraStra Global (Opinion), Vol. 002, Issue No: 07 (2016) AIDN-0025, New York-USA, 17 July 2016, doi:  https://dx.doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.3490208, ISSN 2381-3652. Available at: http://www.indrastra.com/2016/07/OPINION-China-s-South-China-Sea-Conundrum-No-Easier-Pass-002-07-2016-0026.html

 

55. “East China Sea Dispute Getting Worse not Better”, CogitASIA, Asia Program, Center for Strategic & International Studies (CSIS), 18 July 2016. Available at: http://cogitasia.com/east-china-sea-dispute-is-getting-worse-not-better/

 

56.China, Japan and the East China Sea Conundrum”,  IndraStra Global (Featured), Vol. 002, Issue No: 08, AIDN-0031, New York-USA, 19 August 2016, doi: https://dx.doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.3704790, ISSN 2381-3652. Available at: http://www.indrastra.com/2016/08/FEATURED-China-Japan-and-East-China-Sea-Conundrum-002-08-2016-0031.html.

 

57.At G20, Xi Jinping-Shinzo Abe Talks Will Interest the World”, The Quint, 30 August 2016. Available at: https://www.thequint.com/blogs/2016/08/30/at-g20-china-xi-jinping-japan-shinzo-abe-talks-will-interest-the-world

 

58. “With Tensions Rising In East China Sea, Xi-Abe Talks At G20 Are Critical”, The Huffington Post (India), 31 August 2016. Available at: http://www.huffingtonpost.in/amrita-jash/with-tensions-rising-in-east-china-sea-xi-abe-talks-at-g20-are/

 

59. “Brexit and China: An opportunity for Canada?” in Canada-China Relations Special Feature, Policy Options, Institute for Research on Public Policy, Montreal-Canada, 6 September 2016. Available at: http://policyoptions.irpp.org/magazines/september-2016/brexit-and-china-an-opportunity-for-canada/

 

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