Ms Neha Mishra
Ms Neha Mishra is an Associate Fellow (Indo-Pacific Group) at the Centre for Air Power Studies (CAPS). Her research interest focuses on India-China Geo-economic Engagement or Competition, Role of Energy or Resource Strategy in International Politics, and China’s Resource Diplomacy. Before joining CAPS, she worked as research intern at Institute of Chinese Studies (ICS) and then in the Indian Council of World Affairs (ICWA).
Neha has a M. Phil and Master’s degree in Political Science from the Department of Political Science, University of Delhi. She is doing her PhD from the University of Delhi on ‘India-China Geo-economic Engagement’.
‘China’s Overtures to Afghanistan: Prospective Rare-Earth Mining’ InFocus, 3 September 2021. https://capsindia.org/files/documents/b3d0be32-3f97-4584-b954-afaadeab5c6e.pdf.
‘Significance of Rare Earth Elements in the Health Diplomacy During COVID-19 Pandemic’ Issue Brief, 13 August 2021. https://capsindia.org/files/documents/b5259b6e-dc40-42c3-afa0-2b3740cc4926.pdf.
‘Eroding Chinese Investment in the CPEC Corridor: Affecting the All-Weather Friendship’, Issue Brief, 12 July 2021. https://www.icwa.in/show_content.php?lang=1&level=3&ls_id=6166&lid=4232.
‘China’s Railway Network: A roadmap to change Iran’s status quo in the Gulf’ – ICS Blog https://icsin.org/blogs/2020/09/05/chinas-railway-network-a-roadmap-to-change-irans-status-quo-in-the-gulf/
‘Abating India-China Chabahar ties: Leverage for China?’- ICS Research Analysis- https://www.icsin.org/publications/abating-india-iran-chabahar-partnership-prospective-leverage-for-china