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Shreya Singh is Research Officer and Member, IPCS Editorial Board. At the IPCS, she focuses on the international security dynamics and politics in East Asia (specifically China, the Koreas and Japan). Her research also covers issues visual securitisation, aesthetics and politics and critical geopolitics.

Prior to this, she taught social studies at an international school in Hyderabad. She has a Master’s degree in International Politics in East Asia from the University of Warwick, another Master’s in East Asian Studies, University of Delhi, and a Bachelor’s degree in History from Lady Sri Ram College, New Delhi

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Shreya Singh
Research Officer, IPCS

7th Congress of the Workers’ Party of Korea: Outcomes and ImplicationsIPCS Commentary, No. 5048, 31 May 2016

China’s New Rail Routes: Strategic ImportanceIPCS Commentary, No. 3671, 10 July 2012

Putin in Beijing: Renewing Sino-Russian CollaborationIPCS Commentary, No. 3646, 21 June 2012

Factionalism in China: Between ‘Princelings’ and ‘Tuanpai’IPCS Commentary, No. 3628, 1 June 2012

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