Jindal Journal of International Affairs

International Editorial Board

  • Professor Toshiya Hoshino of Osaka School of International Public Policy (OSIPP), Osaka University, Japan.
  • Dr. Daniel Green, University of Delaware, USA.
  • Prof. Kosuke Shimizu, Ryukoku University, Japan.
  • Dr. Hugo Slim, Center for Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict, University of Oxford.
  • Dr. Walter Andersen, School of Advanced International Studies/Johns Hopkins University.
  • Professor Toshiya Hoshino of Osaka School of International Public Policy (OSIPP), Osaka University, Japan.
  • Dr. Daniel Green, University of Delaware, USA.
  • Prof. Kosuke Shimizu, Ryukoku University, Japan.
  • Dr. Hugo Slim, Center for Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict, University of Oxford.
  • Dr. Walter Andersen, School of Advanced International Studies/Johns Hopkins University.

Editors-in-Chief

  • C. Raj Kumar, Professor and Vice Chancellor, O.P. Jindal Global University 
  • R. Sudarshan, Profesor and Dean, Jindal School of Government and Public Policy

Executive Editors

  • Aseem Prakash, Assistant Professor & Assistant Dean, Jindal School of Government and Public Policy  
  • Swagato Sarkar, Associate Professor & Assistant Dean, Jindal School of Government and Public Policy

Editorial Advisory Board

  • Daniel Bach, Professor & Directeur de recherche du CNRS Centre Emile Durkheim – Science Politique et Sociologie comparatives, Sciences, Université de Bordeaux, France 
  • Seyla Benhabib, Eugene Meyer Professor of Political Science and Philosophy, Yale University, USA 
  • Sarah Cook, Director, United Nations Research Institute for Social Development, Switzerland  
  • Leela Fernades, Professor of Women’s Studies and Political Science, University of Chicago, USA 
  • Alfredo Saad Filho, Professor of Development Studies, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, UK 
  • Jean-Louis Halpérin, Professor of Law and Public Policy, Ecole Normale Superieure, France 
  • Robert Jenkins, Professor of Political Science, Hunter College & The Graduate Center, City University of New York, USA 
  • Amitabh Mattoo, Professor & Director, Australia India Institute, University of Melbourne, Australia 
  • Prachi Mishra, Senior Economist, International Monetary Fund, USA 
  • Mick Moore, Professorial Fellow, Institute of Development Studies, UK 
  • Peter Newell, Professor of International Relations, University of Sussex, UK 
  • Ifeanyi Prinuel ONYEONORU, Professor and Director, Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies, University of Ibadan, Nigeria 
  • Aseem Prakash, Professor of Political Science, Walker Family Professor for the College of Arts and Sciences, University of Washington, USA 
  • Gustav Ranis, Frank Altschul Professor Emeritus of International Economics, Yale University, USA 
  • Sanjay G. Reddy, Associate Professor, The New School for Social Research, USA 
  • Dani Rodrik, Professor of International Political Economy, Harvard University, USA 
  • Gita Sen, Professor, Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore, India 
  • Ian Shapiro, Sterling Professor of Political Science and Henry R. Luce Director, The Whitney and Betty MacMillan Center for International and Area Studies, Yale University, USA 
  • T.N. Srinivasan, Professor Emeritus in Economics, Yale University, USA 
  • Frances Stewart, Professor Emeritus in Development Economics, University of Oxford, UK 
  • Arvind Virmani, Executive Director, International Monetary Fund, USA

Correspondence Address

The Executive Editor 

Jindal School of International Affairs (JSIA) 
O. P. Jindal Global University
Sonipat Narela Road
Near Jagdishpur Village
Sonipat, Haryana – 131001
NCR of Delhi, India

 
 

Jindal School of International Affairs (JSIA) publishes the annual Jindal Journal of International Affairs (JJIA), which serves as a hallmark of quality research and analysis on the world’s most pressing issues. This journal bears testament to the strong culture of research on international issues that is being promoted along with world class teaching at JSIA. The journal features contributions of serious scholars as well as practitioners who wish to make crucial interventions about international current affairs, float new ideas, and provide solutions to burning contemporary problems. It brings critical insights to major issue areas such as war and peace, diplomatic practice, foreign policy analysis, comparative politics, international political economy, international organisations, humanitarian practice, human rights and contemporary world history. 

The unique aspect of JJIA is its global coverage of issues and events. Although JSIA is located in India, the breadth of its academic interests and knowledge-dissemination is global. The articles in this journal cover the most pressing international problems from various regions of the world, including North Africa, Central Asia, Europe, Southeast Asia and the wider Middle East. 

JJIA enjoys endorsement from some of the world’s most renowned scholars and practitioners of international politics. JJIA will enter the must-read category for post-graduate students of international affairs schools, personnel of international organisations, diplomats, business analysts, strategic affairs think tanks, and governmental foreign policy brains trusts.  

 
 

Jindal School of International Affairs (JSIA) publishes the annual Jindal Journal of International Affairs (JJIA), which serves as a hallmark of quality research and analysis on the world’s most pressing issues. This journal bears testament to the strong culture of research on international issues that is being promoted along with world class teaching at JSIA. The journal features contributions of serious scholars as well as practitioners who wish to make crucial interventions about international current affairs, float new ideas, and provide solutions to burning contemporary problems. It brings critical insights to major issue areas such as war and peace, diplomatic practice, foreign policy analysis, comparative politics, international political economy, international organisations, humanitarian practice, human rights and contemporary world history.

The unique aspect of JJIA is its global coverage of issues and events. Although JSIA is located in India, the breadth of its academic interests and knowledge-dissemination is global. The articles in this journal cover the most pressing international problems from various regions of the world, including North Africa, Central Asia, Europe, Southeast Asia and the wider Middle East.

JJIA enjoys endorsement from some of the world’s most renowned scholars and practitioners of international politics. JJIA will enter the must-read category for post-graduate students of international affairs schools, personnel of international organisations, diplomats, business analysts, strategic affairs think tanks, and governmental foreign policy brains trusts.

Special Issue – China

Articles

China Planning on Border Infastructure : Post 1996 CBM Period – Bijoy Das

The Making of Bangladesh – China Relations – Amit Ranjan

Rise of China and Ethnic Minority in Xinjiang : A Case of Development and Security – Chittaranjan Senapati  

Is Chinese Military Modernization A Threat to New World? – Raghunandan MC and Poonam Jindal   

China Factor in Japan India Security Cooperation – Dr. Satoru Nagao   

India, Pakistan and China : An Assessment of Connectivity through China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) – Dr. Dhrubajyoti Bhattacharjee  

 
 
 
 

Jindal School of International Affairs (JSIA) publishes the annual Jindal Journal of International Affairs (JJIA), which serves as a hallmark of quality research and analysis on the world’s most pressing issues. This journal bears testament to the strong culture of research on international issues that is being promoted along with world class teaching at JSIA. The journal features contributions of serious scholars as well as practitioners who wish to make crucial interventions about international current affairs, float new ideas, and provide solutions to burning contemporary problems. It brings critical insights to major issue areas such as war and peace, diplomatic practice, foreign policy analysis, comparative politics, international political economy, international organisations, humanitarian practice, human rights and contemporary world history. 

The unique aspect of JJIA is its global coverage of issues and events. Although JSIA is located in India, the breadth of its academic interests and knowledge-dissemination is global. The articles in this journal cover the most pressing international problems from various regions of the world, including North Africa, Central Asia, Europe, Southeast Asia and the wider Middle East. 

JJIA enjoys endorsement from some of the world’s most renowned scholars and practitioners of international politics. JJIA will enter the must-read category for post-graduate students of international affairs schools, personnel of international organisations, diplomats, business analysts, strategic affairs think tanks, and governmental foreign policy brains trusts.  

Volume 3

 
 
 
 

Jindal School of International Affairs (JSIA) publishes the annual Jindal Journal of International Affairs (JJIA), which serves as a hallmark of quality research and analysis on the world’s most pressing issues. This journal bears testament to the strong culture of research on international issues that is being promoted along with world class teaching at JSIA. The journal features contributions of serious scholars as well as practitioners who wish to make crucial interventions about international current affairs, float new ideas, and provide solutions to burning contemporary problems. It brings critical insights to major issue areas such as war and peace, diplomatic practice, foreign policy analysis, comparative politics, international political economy, international organisations, humanitarian practice, human rights and contemporary world history. 

The unique aspect of JJIA is its global coverage of issues and events. Although JSIA is located in India, the breadth of its academic interests and knowledge-dissemination is global. The articles in this journal cover the most pressing international problems from various regions of the world, including North Africa, Central Asia, Europe, Southeast Asia and the wider Middle East. 

JJIA enjoys endorsement from some of the world’s most renowned scholars and practitioners of international politics. JJIA will enter the must-read category for post-graduate students of international affairs schools, personnel of international organisations, diplomats, business analysts, strategic affairs think tanks, and governmental foreign policy brains trusts.  

Volume 2

 
 
 
 

Jindal School of International Affairs (JSIA) publishes the annual Jindal Journal of International Affairs (JJIA), which serves as a hallmark of quality research and analysis on the world’s most pressing issues. This journal bears testament to the strong culture of research on international issues that is being promoted along with world class teaching at JSIA. The journal features contributions of serious scholars as well as practitioners who wish to make crucial interventions about international current affairs, float new ideas, and provide solutions to burning contemporary problems. It brings critical insights to major issue areas such as war and peace, diplomatic practice, foreign policy analysis, comparative politics, international political economy, international organisations, humanitarian practice, human rights and contemporary world history. 

The unique aspect of JJIA is its global coverage of issues and events. Although JSIA is located in India, the breadth of its academic interests and knowledge-dissemination is global. The articles in this journal cover the most pressing international problems from various regions of the world, including North Africa, Central Asia, Europe, Southeast Asia and the wider Middle East. 

JJIA enjoys endorsement from some of the world’s most renowned scholars and practitioners of international politics. JJIA will enter the must-read category for post-graduate students of international affairs schools, personnel of international organisations, diplomats, business analysts, strategic affairs think tanks, and governmental foreign policy brains trusts.

Volume 1

 
 
 

Jindal School of International Affairs (JSIA) publishes the annual Jindal Journal of International Affairs (JJIA), which serves as a hallmark of quality research and analysis on the world’s most pressing issues. This journal bears testament to the strong culture of research on international issues that is being promoted along with world class teaching at JSIA. The journal features contributions of serious scholars as well as practitioners who wish to make crucial interventions about international current affairs, float new ideas, and provide solutions to burning contemporary problems. It brings critical insights to major issue areas such as war and peace, diplomatic practice, foreign policy analysis, comparative politics, international political economy, international organisations, humanitarian practice, human rights and contemporary world history. 

The unique aspect of JJIA is its global coverage of issues and events. Although JSIA is located in India, the breadth of its academic interests and knowledge-dissemination is global. The articles in this journal cover the most pressing international problems from various regions of the world, including North Africa, Central Asia, Europe, Southeast Asia and the wider Middle East. 

JJIA enjoys endorsement from some of the world’s most renowned scholars and practitioners of international politics. JJIA will enter the must-read category for post-graduate students of international affairs schools, personnel of international organisations, diplomats, business analysts, strategic affairs think tanks, and governmental foreign policy brains trusts.

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Additional Information
Hardcover
258 Pages
Publisher
Jindal
ISBN
458522