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Manjari Singh is an Associate Fellow at Centre for Land Warfare Studies (CLAWS) and has obtained her doctorate from Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi for her thesis on Sustainable Development in Jordan: A Study of Social, Economic and Environmental Dimensions. She is a SYLFF Fellow and specializes in sustainable development and the Middle East. Her research papers have appeared in international journals such as Migration and Development, Contemporary Review of the Middle East and Mediterranean Quarterly. 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 National Security Challenges: Young Scholars’ Perspective (New Delhi: CLAWS/Pentagon Press). She prepared India Watch (June 2012-July 2015) for MEI. She also served as Assistant Editor of Contemporary Review of the Middle East (Sage Publications) and Managing Editor of CLAWS Journal (KW Publishers). She is in-charge of CLAWS flagship event, Field Marshal Manekshaw Essay Competition, a pan-India University level competition. 


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471: Will King Abdullahs Visit be More than the Usual ?

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462: Is Jordan Enticing India into Security Cooperation?

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