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    Rushali Saha

    Rushali Saha is a final year postgraduate student of Political Science, with specialisation in International Relations at Jadavpur University, India. She has published some of her works with The Geopolitics and Kalinga Institute of Indo-Pacific studies. Her research interests include South Asian politics, Asia Pacifc affairs, trends in Indian foreign policy, India-China relations etc.

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  • India’s options in responding to the China problem in Nepal0

    by Rushali Saha     18 January 2021 Prime Minister K.P Oli’s “sudden” dissolution of Nepal’s parliament’s lower house, albeit unprecedented, should not come as a surprise to those following Nepal’s domestic politics— which has been marred by a power tussle for a long time now. In its 2018 electoral victory, K.P. Oli’s government—formed out of

  • The ‘anti-neighbour’ rhetoric inherent in CAA will cost India dearly0

    by Rushali Saha 3 February 2020 The status quo of strategic stability between India and Pakistan has been threatened in recent times following a series of historic lows in bilateral ties, the most recent one being India’s decision to abrogate Article 370 which granted the disputed territory of Jammu and Kashmir special status. Nevertheless if

  • Kartarpur Corridor: Undoing Historical Wrong0

    by Rushali Saha 1 September 2019 The recent statement by Pakistan that it is committed to complete the Kartarpur Corridor despite tense ties with India is a welcome move. Although it might be intended to paint India’s international image as the aggressor and Pakistan as the patron of peace in the region, India should not


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