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  • Gunjan Singh

    Research Assistant
    +91 11 2671 7983
    Archive data: Person was Research Assistant at IDSA from June 2008 to December 2016

    Joined IDSA

    January 2008

    Research Interest

    Non-Military Threats and Strategic Technologies


    Doctoral Candidate at the School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi


    She has completed her MPhil from the School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University

    Other Publications

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    • If freedom of expression was the issue then other American internet service companies like Microsoft and Yahoo! should have also exited China along with Google.

      April 05, 2010
      IDSA Comments
    • China has to accept that the long term solution to Tibetan discontent lies in granting greater autonomy to Tibetans instead of pursuing assimilation oriented policies.

      March 12, 2010
      IDSA Comments
    • There is a contradiction between the CCP methodology which is based on loyalty to the authoritarian ideology and the information age which recognizes the importance of the individual as a critical entity.

      January 28, 2010
      IDSA Comments
    • Strategic Analysis
    • Democracy came to Taiwan under the leadership of Chiang Ching-Kuo, which brought an end to almost four decades of one-party dictatorship. Chiang Kai‐Shek had harboured the dream of overtaking the whole of China and establishing the rule of Kuomintang (KMT). But with the passage of time and a shift in the international political scenario, he realized that this would not be possible.

      Strategic Analysis
    • Strategic Analysis
    • It is obvious today that realpolitik is shaping the relationship between the world powers and China. There was hardly any debate on the Tiananmen Square Incident barring a few newspaper articles. It appears is that the world order has accepted the way China behaves and is also ready to make concessions on the Human Rights issues as seen during the Tibetan Uprising last year. The question is why is the world ready to make so many compromises when it comes to China?

      June 19, 2009
      IDSA Comments
    • Sri Lanka has achieved military victory over Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE). This fight against the LTTE has had different connotations for both India and China. In the current scenario India had to be neutral as this definitely would have had repercussions on Indian soil. The involvement of Tamil’s had put to test the Indian internal security. And thus the Indian government had to decide not to supply arms and ammunitions to the Sri Lankan government in its fight against the LTTE.

      June 08, 2009
      IDSA Comments
    • Prior to the Democrats coming to power the Chinese Communist Party believed that the Barack Obama administration will push harder on Human Rights and other sensitive issues. The stability in relations between Washington and Beijing during the Bush era appeared to be on test given that both Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton were quite critical of China during their election campaigns.

      March 05, 2009
      IDSA Comments
    • Strategic Analysis