Sagar Naidu, M.A.
Institute for European Global Studies,
University of Basel
Since July 2021: Doctoral Student at the Institute for European Global Studies, University of Basel.
2019-2021: M.A. (Diplomacy, Law, and Business), Jindal School of International Affairs, OP Jindal Global University.
2019-2021: Research Intern at The National Maritime Foundation, New Delhi.
2014-2018: B.A. in Aeronautical Engineering, Shree Devi Institute of Technology, Visweswaraya Technological University.
Sagar, Naidu: China and India in the Indo-Pacific: Struggle for Dominance. Centre for Security and Strategy Studies, 1 September, 2020, online: http://www.cescube.com/vp-china-and-india-in-the-indo-pacific-struggle-for-dominance
Sagar, Naidu: Containing the Chinese aggression is not a choice for India but a necessity. Modern Diplomacy, 7 September, 2020, online: https://moderndiplomacy.eu/2020/09/07/containing-the-chinese-aggression-is-not-a-choice-for-india-but-a-necessity/
Sagar, Naidu: China Likes to Negotiate but India Should Be Cautious. The Geopolitics, 14 September 2020, online: https://thegeopolitics.com/china-likes-to-negotiate-but-india-should-be-cautious/
Sagar, Naidu: Stateless but Skilled: Understanding Situation of Terrorist Brides and Children. Nepal Institute for International Cooperation and Engagement (NIICE), 19 September 2020, online: https://niice.org.np/archives/5974.
Sagar, Naidu: Unless a Complete Disengagement at Depsang and Demchok, Consider Doklam is Repeated. The Geopolitics, 4 March 2021, online: https://thegeopolitics.com/unless-a-complete-disengagement-at-depsang-and-demchok-consider-doklam-is-repeated/