About Us

NIAS-CEAP will look at the following verticals from a geographic perspective: China, Taiwan, the Koreas, Australia and New Zealand. While we look at five regional geographies from China to New Zealand, in terms of issues, the NIAS-CEAP will look at the following five focus issues: Science & Technology, Maritime, Security, Internal Politics and External Relations.

Regular Publications

Taiwan elections

Weekly coming soon 

Rise in China’s Marriages

Following a ten-year decline, the easing of COVID-19 limitations and government initiatives to support marriage have been seen as factors to the above. Long-term demographic issues, such as ageing populations and falling birth rates continue. What does the latest data say? According to recent data...

Ten years of BRI: Xi and the Beijing Summit

Following a ten-year decline, the easing of COVID-19 limitations and government initiatives to support marriage have been seen as factors to the above. Long-term demographic issues, such as ageing populations and falling birth rates continue. What does the latest data say? According to recent data...

Events

About the team

Prof D Suba Chandran is the Dean of the School of Conflict and Security Studies at NIAS. He heads the Science, Technology and International Relations. He coordinates the NIAS Europe Studies.

Research Assistant, NIAS

Research Assistant, NIAS