China in Afghanistan: Balancing Power Projection and Minimal Intervention
CONTEXTUALISING CHINA’S POLICY VIS-À-VIS AFGHANISTAN: KABUL IN BEIJING’S WORLD VISION
CHINESE INVOLVEMENT IN AFGHANISTAN: AN APPRAISAL
CHINA PLAYING MEDIATOR: UNLIKELY GAME-CHANGER
PROSPECTS FOR CHINA’S INTERVENTION IN AFGHANISTAN
About the Author
Hugo Chéné is a Research Intern at the IPCS. His areas of research are Afghanistan, the Central Asian Republics and China. 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 an 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.