ChayanikaSaxena is a President Graduate Scholar and a PhD candidate at the Department of Geography, National University of Singapore (Singapore). Her doctoral thesis looks at the interaction between spaces and political subjectivities of Afghan diaspora in the cities of Delhi, Kolkata and parts of Kashmir. With more than six years of experience of researching on matters concerning Afghanistan, she has published and presents on related matters nationally and internationally. She maintains linguistic proficiency in Hindi, Urdu and has working knowledge of Farsi. She can be reached at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Founded in 2011, South Asia Journal (SAJ) is a policy magazine focused on issues relating to South Asia. Bearing no political affiliation, the journal’s goal is to provide discerning, critical perspectives on the South Asian sub-continent and its evolving relationship to the broader world. SAJ aims to highlight emerging regional trends, especially issues which call for more emphasis among decision makers and policy framers.