Rajesh is a Research Assistant at the Institute of Chinese studies. At the ICS his current research includes Chinese investments to India, China's new FDI law, Chinese VC and PE presence in India's startup landscape, among others. He is currently creating a dataset of China's FDI to India for 2000-2019 which captures important dimensions of valuation, industry, state etc. He has also created a dataset of China's VC and PE investments into Indian startups. Both these datasets are regularly updated and used as tracker of Chinese activities. During 2018-2019, Rajesh received a one year scholarship to study Chinese at the National Taiwan Normal University, Taipei. Before that he was at the O.P Jindal Global University where he earned an MA (International Relations) and was awarded the silver medal for academic performance. He graduated from the University of Calcutta with a B.Com (Hons in Accountancy and Finance). He graduated first class.
Prior to the adoption of the Foreign Investment Law 中华人民共和国外商投资法 (FIL) by the 13th National People's Congress on March 15, 2019, China had three diffferent laws regulating inward foreign investments. This first, brief note in a series of articles related to the new FIL, will layout the historical background of these three legal regimes that have governed foreign-invested enterprises since China's opening up to foreign investment in 1979.
The important distinctions between the US-Soviet standoff in 1962 and the present India-China notwithstanding, the Cuban Missile Crisis can serve as an important ‘case’ for both Indian and Chinese leaders to reflect upon while they try to think of a way out of the current dispute
International Relations Theory, China's International Relations, and Ethnic and National Conflict
Research Assistant, Institute of Chinese Studies
Research Intern, Institute of Chinese Studies
MA in Diplomacy, Law and Business from the Jindal School of International Affairs, O.P. Jindal Global University
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