[Asma Masood] Is it not time once again, Ms. Suu Kyi, to sing the tunes of Myanmar’s democratic spirit?
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Ms. Asma Masood is an Research Officer with the India-based Chennai Centre for China Studies (C3S). She is the founding member and the President of ‘Young Minds of C3S’, which is the youth forum of C3S. She has worked as an independent researcher on international relations on the Asia-Pacific region and interned at the New Delhi-based Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies (IPCS).
She has an M.A in International Studies from Stella Maris College, Chennai, India, and a B.A in Journalism from M.O.P Vaishnav College, Chennai.
Her areas of interest are ‘China’s foreign policy’ and ‘dynamics of soft power’. Her interest in the Rohingya crisis comes from her research background. She has written several published articles on the crisis (vide Because They Too, Are Worth It: Gender Issues Among Rohingya Women; Myanmar: FDI, Local Economy and the Rohingya Conflict & From Rice to Rights: Potential for India and China to Resolve the Rohingya crisis). Her article was published by Foreign Policy Journal (vide Myanmar: Ethno-Resource conflict in Rakhine state?) has been republished as an essay in the edited volume Genocide & Persecution: Burma, Greenhaven Prss 2015.
Her articles have also been published by Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies (New Delhi), Foreign Policy Journal, C3S, Red Elephant Foundation, The Hindu newspaper, Mizzima Weekly and Myanmar Business Today.