Himanil Raina




  Designation: Research Associate



Education:
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

Publications/Presentations:
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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