Shriya Mishra

The author is a final year Master's student in International Relations at the Amity Institute of International Studies, Amity University, India.

Bhutan: Inconveniently Landlocked

Bhutan is a nation landlocked between two nuclear powers, China and India. In 1939, Mao Zedong for the first time made claims on Bhutanese...

The Limits of Pakistan’s Balancing Act

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