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  • M. S. Prathibha

    Associate Fellow
    Email: 
    prathibha.idsa@gmail.com
    Phone: 
    +91 11 2671 7983

    Dr M. S. Prathibha is an Associate Fellow at the East Asia Centre in IDSA. Her research interests include China’s Nuclear Policy, Strategic Force Modernisation, Chinese Views on War and Strategy, Chinese Foreign Relations and Chinese Civilisation and Philosophy. Currently, she is working on Missile Defence and China.

    Dr Prathibha is a Member of the Editorial Board of Strategic Analysis (Routledge). She has published in journals in Strategic Analysis (Routledge), China Report (Sage), and various international publications. She had received the Human Resource Development (India) and China Government Scholarship and completed her fellowship at the School of Political Science and International Studies, Beijing Normal University from 2009-2011. She had also conducted field trips to China in 2015 and 2016. Dr Prathibha had completed her PhD at the Chinese Studies Division of East Asia Centre in School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University. Dr Prathibha did her Masters in International Studies at Stella Maris College, Chennai. She won the Best Dissertation Award in her Masters. She did her Bachelors in Mathematics at Ethiraj College for Women, Chennai.

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    • Associate Fellow, IDSA, Dr MS Pratibha’s chapter on CPEC titled ‘China-Pakistan Economic Corridor’ was published in ‘One Belt One Road: China's Global Outreach’, edited by Srikanth Kondapalli and Hu Xiaowen.

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      September 19, 2017
      IDSA News
    • The strategic dialogue should focus on the fundamentals of shared beliefs and political culture, and be supported by widespread engagement at the provincial, governmental and academic levels.

      March 29, 2017
      IDSA Comments
    • The leadership transition in the Rocket Forces shows that the service is not only integrating with other services but that its officials are increasingly called upon to other services to facilitate joint training and exercises.

      June 06, 2016
      Special Feature
    • Strategic Analysis
    • Even if China has not stated that it cannot settle the border question with India in the immediate future, its actions certainly hint at its preference for border peace and control over an early resolution.

      July 14, 2015
      IDSA Comments
    • Associate Fellow, IDSA, Dr M S Pratibha wrote a chapter on India in the book ‘Global Expectations for Korean Unification’ by Kyuryoon Kim et al. The book was published in December 2014.

      May 06, 2014
      IDSA News
    • Following on Xi Jinping vision of ‘fight war, win war’, the Chinese military spending is shifting towards higher technology weapons and equipment and training and also illustrates its aim to institute reforms related to troop’s operational commands, organisation and training.

      April 21, 2014
      IDSA Comments
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