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Devayani (she/her), a final year student from Kochi, is pursuing her B.A. Hons. in Global Affairs from Jindal School of International Affairs. Opinionated, her areas of interest include intersectional feminism, queer theory, and LGBTQIA+ politics, sustainable development, and social justice. She firmly believes in the power of articulation through media to instigate a positive social change and hopes to the Bulletin that for every unbiased opinion.
Sangeeth Sylesh is a sophomore studying international relations at Jindal school of international affairs. He is a voracious reader and takes a keen interest in discussing and writing on topics from all niches. His areas of interest include Geopolitics, global political economy, warfare, and international security. He is also a part of the SGRC drafting committee. He is friendly, approachable, and up for a chat any time of the day.
Anushka Saxena is a student of Diplomacy, Law, and Business (Masters) at the Jindal School of International Affairs, and is serving as an Academic Editor with the Bulletin. She completed her Bachelors in History from Lady Shri Ram College for Women, Delhi University. Her research interests include India’s Diplomatic Engagements, Maritime Geopolitics, Cross-Strait relations, and Regional Security. She has previously worked with various Indian, Nepalese, and Australian think tanks in a research capacity, and has also spearheaded youth-led research and editorial projects in the country.
B.S Ashish is a second-year undergraduate student from the Jindal School of International Affairs. He is working as the Research Assistant in Centre for Security Studies (CSS) and Centre for Intelligence Research and Analyses (CIRA); while working as a Research Intern at the Centre for Northeast Asian Studies (CNEAS) and as an Editor at the Nehginpao Kipgen Centre for Southeast Asian Studies (NKCSEAS). Ashish is associated with other organizations and think tanks such as the Global Youth. He has published many pieces on China and the Middle East. He also writes passionately about domestic politics.
Tanvi Dani is a final year undergraduate student pursuing B.A. Hons Global Affairs at the Jindal School of International Affairs. Her interest areas include international security, counter-terrorism, politics of the MENA, and sustainable peacebuilding. She is also a keen learner of foreign languages and is currently learning Spanish and Arabic.
Piyush Singh is a final-year student pursuing masters in international relations at Jindal School of International Affairs. He is passionate about security studies and risk analysis. His areas of interest include contemporary geopolitics, cross-strait relations, and China affairs. He is also intrigued by issues pertaining to international borders and sovereignty across the globe.
Aakrith Harikumar is a second-year International Relations student at the Jindal School of International Affairs. He is from Mysore, Karnataka. His interest areas include Indian Foreign Policy, Diplomacy, Economic Development, and International Security. He loves talking to and learning from people with different ideologies and worldviews. He is always up for deep and meaningful conversations about life, the universe, and everything.
Akhilesh Balaji is from Hyderabad, Telangana. He is a second-year student pursuing his B. A (Hons.) in Political Science at the Jindal School of International Affairs (JSIA). His areas of interest include International Relations, Indian Foreign Policy, Sustainable development, and Maritime Security. He firmly believes in the power of young students to bring about positive social change in society.
Somansh, a final year student pursuing Bachelors in International Relations at Jindal School of International Affairs. He is passionate about research and analytical writing. His areas of interest are foreign policy, diplomacy, and international law. He strives towards inspiring and educating others in this realm to advocate positive socio-political change.
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Nirvani Rana is a final year B.A Hons Global Affairs student at the Jindal School of International Affairs. Her areas of interest lie in public policy, human rights, sustainable development, and international law. She also has an inquisitive mind and is takes a keen interest in being a part of creative projects.
Aditya Singh is the Technical Head at The JSIA Bulletin. After four years of working in Digital Marketing, Aditya has renewed his passion for Public Policy and International Affairs as a student at JSIA. Previously, as Head of Digital Marketing, Aditya conceptualized and executed marketing plans for PepsiCo, Hackett London, British Council and Sweden Embassy among others.