Kashif Anwar is working as a Research Associate at the Centre for Air Power Studies (CAPS). His prime area of research and interest is Indo-Pacific Region, with a focus on India, the US, China, the QUAD and apropos and relevant geopolitical and geo-economic developments in the region. Further, his other interests are development in Air Power, Space Power, Military Technology, and Historical Events from geopolitical and great power politics perspectives. He is also a part of the monthly newsletter Indo-Pacific Newsletter group.
He cleared UGC-NET in International and Area Studies in 2016. Further, he completed his M.Phil in International Studies from Jamia Millia Islamia, Delhi. He also has a Master and Bachelor’s degree in History from the University of Delhi. He is currently studying Mandarin and wishes to pursue PhD in Security Issues in the Indo-Pacific Region.