Krzysztof Iwanek

The author is the head of the Asia Research Centre at the War Studies University in Warsaw. He writes for The Diplomat and occasionally for The Interpreter. His main area of interest is contemporary Indian politics and political ideologies. He holds two MA degrees: in History and in South Asian Studies, and a Ph.D. in Cultural Studies. From 2014 to 2016 Krzysztof taught Hindi at the Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Republic of Korea.  He also teaches the history of India at Warsaw University and co-authored a book on a history of that country in Polish.

Of Half-Elephants. The Beijing Xiangshan Forum and China-US Relations

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