Ameya Naik

Ameya Naik is a dual degree MALD-LLM student at The Fletcher School, with a focus on rule of law in post-conflict states. He is a research scholar at The Takshashila Institution, an independent public policy think-tank based in Bengaluru, India.

Fletcher Forum articles by Ameya Naik:


The Noise After Defeat

July 21, 2015 by Ameya Naik
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While the nuclear deal with Iran has its limitations, current responses reveal more about would-be critics’ failure to derail it than about the agreement itself.

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Give Me a Reason

March 11, 2015 by Ameya Naik
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In Syria, the Obama administration has claimed its use of force is to defend national interests, and not an act of war. But how is killing lawful, outside of war?

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Will a Rising China Respect Sovereignty?

December 31, 2014 by Ameya Naik
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China’s approach to domestic and foreign policy alike has long been driven by the twin imperatives of maintaining high economic growth and domestic stability, but these objectives have become more disjunct than in the past.

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The Vetting Trap

September 9, 2014 by Ameya Naik
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To find suitable, verifiably moderate recipients for U.S. assistance in Syria, stop looking for guarantees that do not exist in a war zone.

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