Simran Sawhney writes on China’s lucrative Belt and Road Initiative and its appeal to NATO’s Eastern European allies.
Simran Sawhney is currently going into her third year at the University of Toronto, where she is pursuing a double major in Political Science and International Relations, and a minor in Contemporary Asian Studies. Born in New Delhi and raised in Hong Kong, Simran has previously interned at the New Delhi branch of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, and worked with the G7 Research Group at the Munk School of Global Affairs, the University of Toronto Chapter of UNICEF Canada, Savera Association in New Delhi, and Crossroads Foundation in Hong Kong, a UN-recognized charity. She currently serves as a Junior Research Fellow at the NATO Association of Canada, focusing on Security, Trade, and the Economy. After she completes her undergraduate degree, Simran hopes to continue on the path of research work in the field of International Relations, as well as attend law school. Simran can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.