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Dylan Junkin

Dylan Junkin

Dylan Junkin is a Research Assistant with the South Asia Program at the Stimson Center. He graduated with a BA in International Relations from Stanford University, studying at Stanford’s overseas campus in South Africa and writing a senior thesis on Chinese state media partnerships in East Asia and the Pacific. Prior to joining Stimson, Dylan interned at several technology startups, conducted research for the Department of Defense, and studied the evolution of militant groups in the Middle East and North Africa. His research interests include China-South Asia relations and the impact of emerging technologies on governance and conflict in South Asia.

Latest from Dylan Junkin

U.S. Foreign Policy and Democratic Erosion in Allied States Geopolitics & Diplomacy

U.S. Foreign Policy and Democratic Erosion in Allied States

The war in Ukraine has underscored the dangers of Russian…

Nationalism in Russia’s Bureaucracies: A Cautionary Example for India Domestic Politics

Nationalism in Russia’s Bureaucracies: A Cautionary Example for India

A month into the conflict, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is…

The Ukraine Crisis: Previewing the Paradoxes of the U.S.-India Partnership Defense & Security

The Ukraine Crisis: Previewing the Paradoxes of the U.S.-India Partnership

On December 4, U.S. intelligence revealed Russian plans to position…