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Hugo Chene is a Research Intern at the IPCS. His area of research includes Central Asian Republics and China but his main focus is on the Afghan stalemate. At present, he is working on a research paper on the Chinese policy in Afghanistan and its impacts on the South Asian security architecture. Hugo is currently a graduate student of "Politics and Development in Developing Countries' at Sciences Po Bordeaux, France. He holds a undergraduate degree in Political Sciences (Hons.) from the same university where his dissertation was on The concept of ethnicity in Afghan politics. He is also member of a student organisation called 'Heurasie' that aims to promote awareness about Asian countries and cultures among the students of his university.

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Hugo Chene
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Chinas Wu-14: Racking Tensions in the South China SeaIPCS Commentary, No. 4892, 22 June 2015

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