Anvesh Jain is a Juris Doctor student at the University of Ottawa’s Faculty of Law. He holds an honours degree in International Relations from the University of Toronto, with a focus in Canadian Foreign and Security Relations. His work examines grand strategy trends within the South Asian and Euro-Atlantic contexts, and he has been published by the Columbia SIPA Journal of International Affairs, the Macdonald-Laurier Institute, the Stimson Center, and the U.S Air University’s Journal of Indo-Pacific Affairs, among others. He is currently affiliated with both the NATO Association of Canada and the Canada Tibet Committee, as well as the newly launched Consortium of Indo-Pacific Researchers.
- Canada and NATO
- South Asian Security
- Anvesh Jain, “Managerial Technicalism: The Evolving Nature of Canadian Decision Making in the Afghanistan War, 2001–2014,” Journal of Indo-Pacific Affairs 4:5 (Fall 2021): 4-23.
- Anvesh Jain, “Comparing Civilization-State Models: China, Russia, India,” Journal of Indo-Pacific Affairs 4:3 (Summer 2021): 93-125.
- Anvesh Jain, “Fear and Loathing Along the Line of Actual Control,” Columbia SIPA Journal of International Affairs, August 18, 2020.
- Anvesh Jain, “The Ordering and Reordering of Empire in Lutyens’ Imagining of Delhi,” Synergy: The Journal of Contemporary Asian Studies 4 (2020): 146-151.
- Anvesh Jain, “Canada, NATO, and the ‘Dumbbell’ Concept,” NATO Association of Canada, May 17, 2019.