Ms Simran Walia
Simran Walia is an Associate Fellow (Indo-Pacific group) at the Centre for Air Power Studies (CAPS). Her research interest focuses on Japanese politics and Foreign Policy, Indo-Pacific and East Asian foreign policy and strategic security. Before Joining CAPS, she worked as a Research Assistant in Observer Research Foundation (ORF). She has published several articles in magazines, websites and Journals like the Diplomat, 9 Dashline, Indian Defence Review, Global Policy Journal, etc. She has also presented her papers at national and international conferences.
She has done her M.Phil in Japanese Studies and Masters in International relations from Jawaharlal Nehru University.
How Does Japan’s Aging Society Affect Its Economy?, November 2019, https://thediplomat.com/2019/11/how-does-japans-aging-society-affect-its-economy/
Japan’s take on the escalating US-Iran tensions? January 2020, http://www.indiandefencereview.com/news/japans-take-on-the-escalating-us-iran-tensions/
Securing peace in Afghanistan: A primer on Japan’s role, March 2020 https://www.orfonline.org/research/securing-peace-in-afghanistan-a-primer-on-japans-role-63634/?amp
China-Japan: New tensions over the Senkaku Islands, June 2020 https://www.9dashline.com/article/china-japan-new-tensions-over-the-senkaku-islands
What a China+1 Policy Might Look Like for Japan? September 2020 https://www.globalpolicyjournal.com/blog/30/09/2020/what-china1-policy-might-look-japan
Evolving Australia-Japan Defense Ties, August 2021 https://redlanternanalytica.com/evolving-australia-japan-defense-ties/
India-Japan-US trilateralism: Shaping the Indo-Pacific and its challenges, September 2021 https://orcasia.org/india-japan-us-trilateralism-shaping-the-indo-pacific-and-its-challenges-2/