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Aryaman Srivastava


Aryaman Srivastava is a first-year undergraduate student reading BSc Politics and International Relations at University College London (UCL). He has a keen interest in analysing and writing on geopolitical tensions, particularly in relation to South Asian affairs and Chinese foreign policy. Aryaman has prior experience writing for the UCL Diplomacy Society, as part of The Diplomacy Review, and the Asiatic Affairs Society, where he has written insight and opinion pieces on the implications of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, the persistent China-Taiwan dispute, and the evolution of China’s famed Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), among others.


He is also interested in examining the rise of populist regimes and the increase in widespread democratic backsliding globally. Aryaman is currently authoring a research paper on good coups and democratic resilience in Western Africa through a case study analysis of Ghana and Mali.

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