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ELECTRONIC JOURNAL OF SOCIAL AND STRATEGIC STUDIES - Volume 2, Issue 3, Dec 2021-Jan 2022

Pages: 277-281

Date of Publication: 21-Dec-2021


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Preface, Contents & Author Bio Volume 2 Issue 3

Author: Dr R Srinivasan

Category: Contents & Author Bio

Abstract:

Preface & Editor’s Note

Electronic Journal of Social and Strategic Studies (EJSSS) is an OA and Peer Reviewed journal. We are committed to publishing research content after following editorial review and a blind review of the submissions by a qualified reviewer or subject editor. We especially encourage young and emerging scholars across the world to publish their works through EJSSS.

We delighted in say that our journal now is indexed by J-Gate, one of the most respected indexing & abstracting agencies in the world of journal publication. We are already a member of Crossref.

We have no Article Submission Fee. From this Issue onwards, we have introduced Article Processing Fee the details of which are available in our Author Guidelines Page (https://www.ejsss.net.in/authorguidline.php).

Scholars and researchers interested in contributing to the journal are welcome to mail the Managing Editor at submission.ejss@gmail.com with their abstracts.

About this Issue

We are happy to mention that this Issue carries ten research papers, one book review and as a special feature, a monograph in geostrategic studies. The titles, authors, doi links and a brief bio of the authors are in the subsequent pages.

Four of the papers in this Issue by Dr Stephen P. Westcott, Joseph Moses, Aishwarya RJ and Jofin Joy were presented by the authors as papers in the webinars organized by the Journal in 2021. We do hope that these publications will add to the discourses the webinars produced.

We have introduced a Special Feature, country/region specific monographs dealing with a particular geostrategic dimension in order to bring together the causes, developments and predictable future course of events in the hope that it will broaden our understanding provide fillip to greater research insights on the subject.

Keywords: Contents, Author Bio, Vol 2 Issue 3, Editor's Note

DOI: 10.47362/EJSSS.2021

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Electronic Journal of Social and Strategic Studies

(ISSN Online: 2582-9645)

Preface & Editor’s Note

Electronic Journal of Social and Strategic Studies (EJSSS) is an OA and Peer Reviewed journal. We are committed to publishing research content after following editorial review and a blind review of the submissions by a qualified reviewer or subject editor. We especially encourage young and emerging scholars across the world to publish their works through EJSSS.

We delighted in say that our journal now is indexed by J-Gate, one of the most respected indexing & abstracting agencies in the world of journal publication. We are already a member of Crossref.

We have no Article Submission Fee. From this Issue onwards, we have introduced Article Processing Fee the details of which are available in our Author Guidelines Page (https://www.ejsss.net.in/authorguidline.php).

Scholars and researchers interested in contributing to the journal are welcome to mail the Managing Editor at submission.ejss@gmail.com with their abstracts.

About this Issue

We are happy to mention that this Issue carries ten research papers, one book review and as a special feature, a monograph in geostrategic studies. The titles, authors, doi links and a brief bio of the authors are in the subsequent pages.

Four of the papers in this Issue by Dr Stephen P. Westcott, Joseph Moses, Aishwarya RJ and Jofin Joy were presented by the authors as papers in the webinars organized by the Journal in 2021. We do hope that these publications will add to the discourses the webinars produced.

We have introduced a Special Feature, country/region specific monographs dealing with a particular geostrategic dimension in order to bring together the causes, developments and predictable future course of events in the hope that it will broaden our understanding provide fillip to greater research insights on the subject.

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Coimbatore, India Dr R Srinivasan 20 Dec 2021 Editor-in-Chief

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CONTENTS

Articles

1. Closing the Blindspot between India’s Look East and Look North Policies: 282-297

Recent Developments in Indo-Mongolian Relations

Dr. Stephen P. Westcott

https://doi.org/10.47362/EJSSS.2021.2301

2. Understanding Learning Disabilities and Stigma: A study on 298-320

Public Stigmatization of Learning Disabilities and

Policy Recommendations in the Indian Context

Lakshmi Priya Panicker

https://doi.org/10.47362/EJSSS.2021.2302

3. The Great Schism of Geo-politics in 21st Century 321-341

Oinam Ghanashyam Khumancha

https://doi.org/10.47362/EJSSS.2021.2303

4. The Impact of Public Health Emergency on the Right to Freedom during 342-352

Covid-19

Mohammad Bitar

https://doi.org/10.47362/EJSSS.2021.2304

5. Re-Contextualizing India in the Indo-Pacific: Decrypting the Evolution, 353-375

Emerging Dynamics, and Navigating the Way Forward in a

Post-Pandemic International System

Abhigyan Guha

https://doi.org/10.47362/EJSSS.2021.2305

6. India’s Maritime Space Tomorrow: Reviewing Indian Maritime Projection 376-384

in Relation to Chinese Naval Ascendancy

Joseph Moses

https://doi.org/10.47362/EJSSS.2021.2306

7. Maritime Terrorism in the Indian Ocean Region 385-396

Aishwaya RJ

https://doi.org/10.47362/EJSSS.2021.2307

8. Maritime Security of India: Capabilities and Challenges 397-405

Jofin Joy

https://doi.org/10.47362/EJSSS.2021.2308

9. Role of Data Science in Reshaping the Business Sectors: 406-434

Opportunities and Challenges for India

Commodore SL Deshmukh, NM (Retd)

https://doi.org/10.47362/EJSSS.2021.2207

10. CPEC: Exploring Pakistan as a Reliable Partner for China and 435-453

its Implications on India

Rohini Saini

https://doi.org/10.47362/EJSSS.2021.2310

Book Reviews

11. Book Review-One Mountain Two Tigers: India, China, and the High Himalayas 454-457

by Shakti Sinha (Editor) (2020)

Neeraj Singh Manhas

https://doi.org/10.47362/EJSSS.2021.2309

Monograph: Studies in Geo-strategy

12. Recalibrating Response to China’s Game Plan in Ladakh: 458-581

An Imperative for India

Commodore SL Deshmukh, NM (Retd)

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Author Short Bio

Dr. Stephen P. Westcott is a Postdoctoral Fellow in the College of Arts, Business, Law and Social Sciences, Murdoch University, Australia.

Lakshmi Priya Panicker is a graduate from Symbiosis School for Liberal Arts, Symbiosis International University, Pune, India.

Oinam Ghanashyam Khumancha is an M. Phil in Security Studies and a Ph. D. Candidate in Security Studies, Central University of Gujarat.

Mohammad Bitar Mohammad Bitar is a PhD research scholar at VIT-AP University, Amravati, Andhra Pradesh.

Abhigyan Guha is a final year Postgraduate Student of Political Science with International Relations at the Department of International Relations, Jadavpur University.

Joseph Moses is a Student of MA. International Relations at Moscow State Institute of International Relations, Moscow.

Aishwarya RJ is a student of M.A. Geopolitics and International Relations at Manipal Academy of Higher Education, Manipal.

Jofin Joy is a student of M.A. Political Science at Madras Christian College, Chennai.

Commodore SL Deshmukh, NM (Retd) served the Indian Navy for over three decades as a specialist in maintenance of fighter aircraft and ASW helicopters. He is currently the Senior Vice President of Sun Group’s Aerospace & Defense vertical.

Rohini Saini is an MA and M Phil in Political Science from University of Jammu.

Neeraj Singh Manhas is a Doctoral Scholar in International Relations, Department of Political Science at Sardar Patel University in Gujarat, India.