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Interview drs. Sanne Kamerling NOS (in Dutch)

22 November 2017

Yesterday CEASG-member Drs. Susanne Kamerling gave an interview for the Dutch Broadcast Foundation (NOS) on China and India's position with regard to the Rohingya crisis in Myanmar. You can read the article here (in Dutch).

Drs. Susanne Kamerling is a Researcher and Lecturer at the International Relations and International Organization Department of the University of Groningen and an Associate Fellow at the Netherlands Institute of International Relations ‘Clingendael’ in The Hague. She is a PhD Candidate working on a dissertation about the role and self-perception of China and India in international security issues. She worked at the Netherlands Institute of International Relations ‘Clingendael’ for five years before coming to the University of Groningen. She has a background in Political Science (International Relations) and Social Geography (International Development Studies) at the University of Amsterdam and Science Po in Paris, France.

Last modified:23 July 2018 3.27 p.m.

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