Rising Sea Levels: Perspective from India and Bangladesh

   

Joint Research Collaboration 

CLAWS (New Delhi) – Bangladesh Institute of Peace  and Security Studies (BIPSS) (Bangladesh)


 

Click Here ⇒ Indian Perspective on Rising Sea Levels as Existential Threats: Tough Times Call for Tough Measures- Dr. Manjari Singh

Click Here ⇒ Security Implications of Sea Level Rise: A Bangladesh Perspective  — Maj Gen Muniruzzaman


The articles were first published by BIPSS – https://bit.ly/2ACtvEA 

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Dr. Manjari Singh is an Associate Fellow at Centre for Land Warfare Studies (CLAWS) and she obtained her doctorate from the Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi for her thesis on Sustainable Development in Jordan: A Study of Social, Economic and Environmental Dimensions. Dr. Singh is a Ryoichi Sasakawa Young Leaders Fellowship Fund (SYLFF) Fellow and is specializes in sustainable development and the Middle East. Her research papers have appeared in international journals such as Contemporary Review of the Middle East, Mediterranean Quarterly, and Migration and Development. She has co-authored Persian Gulf 2018: India’s Relations with the Region (Singapore: Palgrave Macmillan) and has co-edited Islamic Movements in the Middle East: Ideologies, Practices and Political Participation (New Delhi: Knowledge World) and Challenges to National Security: Young Scholars Perspective (New Delhi: Pentagon Press)She also serves as Assistant Editor of Contemporary Review of the Middle East (Sage Publications) and Managing Editor of CLAWS Journal (KW Publishers).