Himanil Raina

  Designation: Research Associate

B.A., LL.B. (Hons.), NALSAR University of Law; Gold Medalist – Political Science & International Relations; Taught International Relations as a Teaching Assistant for 2 semesters at the NALSAR University of Law (2016-17)

Areas of Interest:
International Order, Military Theory, Maritime Strategy, Force Structure, Joint Operations, Irregular Warfare, International law

Himanil’s publications have been cited in the Economics and Security Committee of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly, publications by the Carnegie Endowment, Routledge Global Security Studies, the Joint Advanced Warfighting School: Joint Forces Staff College, the Asian Journal of Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies, Strategic Analyses, the Minnesota Journal of International Law, the Cardozo Journal of International & Comparative Law and a number of non-English publications amongst other places.

(2018) The Diplomat - How Can India Reform its Civil Service

(2016) Indian Defence Review - India: A Continental & Maritime Power & India Needs to Augment its Maritime Power

(2015) National Maritime Foundation- China's Military Strategy White Paper 2014: Far Seas Operations & the Indian Ocean Region

(2015) Observer Research Foundation- The Dance of the Elephant & the Dragon: The Promise & Peril of Sino-Indian Relations

(2015) Centre for Land Warfare Studies- Air Sea Battle Redesignation & The Role of Landpower in the Asia Pacific

(2015) The Diplomat - Surface Warfare Assets Have a Bright Future Indeed

(2014) International Affairs Review - India Must Clarify its Strategic Doctrine to Avoid Miscalculation With Pakistan

(2014) Georgetown Journal of International Affairs (Matters Military) - Vexed Neighbours: India & China's Evolving Relationship

(2014) International Strategic & Security Studies Program - Russian Intervention in Crimea & Geopolitical Consequences: Legal Perspectives

(2014) Harvard International Review - Implications of the Ukrainian Crisis for the Asia Pacific

(2014) The Strategist, Australian Strategic Policy Institute - An Indian View of Seapower

Email: researchassociate7.nmf@gmail.com

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