Mar 8, 2022

The Silver Lining Leading To The Brighter Future

Karnika Jain

Karnika Jain

Jawaharlal Nehru University

Fellowship received in January, 2021
Academic supervisor: Prof. Sanjay K. Bhardwaj
Current affiliation: Centre for South Asian Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University

Academic Achievements: One-Semester Fellowship Programme at Sichuan University, China under the “Belt and Road Initiative” (February-July 2019)

 Academic Qualifications: B.A. Hons (Political Science), University of Delhi, India; Masters in Political Science, University of Delhi, India; M.Phil in South Asian Studies, Centre for South Asian Studies, School of International Studies JNU (2016-2018)

TITLE OF M.PHIL DISSERTATION: Rise of Islamic Fundamentalism in Bangladesh Since 2001: A Study of Political, Social and Economic Implications. 

Pursuing PhD, Centre for South Asian Studies, School of International Studies, JNU (2018- Present)

TITLE OF PhD THESIS- Counter-Terrorism Strategies in Bangladesh: Assessing Response of State and Civil Society, 2001-2020.

Publications: Journal Article
India-Bangladesh Defence Cooperation: Assessing Drivers and Challenges in Inclusive, An International Journal of Kolkata Centre for Contemporary Studies (KCCS), Vol. II, No. 20, Dec 21-Jan 22, pp. 13-23

Mistakes on Repeat Mode: Pakistan’s Civil-Military Debacle in Journal of Defence Studies, Manohar Parrikar Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses (IDSA), Vol. 15, No. 4, October–December 2021, pp. 321–342

Chapter in Edited books:
Counter-Terrorism Measures in Bay of Bengal: Assessing Opportunities and Challenges in a volume ‘New Futures of BIMSTEC: Connectivity, Commerce and Security’ by Routledge, London. ISBN 9781032137490

Bangladesh’s Recent Economic Performance: Hopes for a Peaceful Future Ahead? in a volume ‘Emerging Conflicts and Regional Security in South Asia, ISBN : 978-81-87393-68-9, 2019, pp. 116-140.

Online Brief Opinions:
Understanding the Youth Radicalization in South Asia, brief opinion published by Nepal Institute for International Cooperation and Engagement (NIICE), July 2020

Virus or Terrorism: Which is deadlier?, brief opinion published by The Kootneeti, June 2020

International relations, Human security, Global Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism, and Regional security and politics of South Asia

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