Author profile: Mayuri Banerjee

Mayuri Banerjee is a Research Analyst with the East Asia Centre at the Manohar Parrikar Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses (MP-IDSA), New Delhi. Her research focus is on India-China relations. She primarily looks at the role of memory and trust in India-China relations after the 1962 war and Indian media’s perception of China. Currently, she is pursuing PhD at the Department of International Relations at Jadavpur University, Kolkata. Her doctoral thesis deals with “Remembering 1962 war: War Memory and Trust-Deficit in India-China Relations”. She received the Indu Bhushan Putatunda and Shanti Shudha Putatunda Memorial Award in 2013 from Jadavpur Alumni Association and Certificate of Merit in Political Science in 2014 from Jadavpur University. She was also a recipient of the Sasakawa Young Leaders Fellowship Fund (SYLFF) Masters’ Fellowship in 2015. Her work has been published in MP-IDSA, ORF Expert Speak, South Asian Voices (Stimson Center, USA), and The Kootneeti.

Sino-Indian Border Dispute: A Brief Introduction

Mayuri Banerjee • Jun 26 2022 • Articles

A major confrontation between India and China will have significant regional repercussions. Therefore, both sides need to frame innovative solutions.

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