Mr. Anmol Mukhia completed his MPhil with the topic Metaphorical Hegemony in North Korea-China Relations: Foreign Policy Perspectives during Kim Il Sung Era, from Centre for East Asian Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, India (2014). He did his MA in International Relations with the dissertation topic North Korea Nuclear Programme from Sikkim University, India (2012). Mr. Mukhia is also continuing his PhD in International relations since 2015 from Jilin University, P.R. China. In 2013 he was awarded with “Future Leaders from South Asia Certificate”, from Ambassador Mien-sheng Hsu, President of The Institute of Diplomacy and International Affairs, Ministry Of Foreign Affairs (Taiwan). His area of interest is Climate Change, Nuclear studies, International Relations theories etc. He has presented papers in numerous national and international conferences. His peer reviewed journal includes “Korea’s Use of ‘Smart power’: An Overview of Historical Development in the ‘Late Industrialisation’ Countries,” Journal of Political Studies, Volume 6, March 2012, pp. 1-14 (ISSN 2278-4039). Mr. Anmol Mukhia upcoming book chapter includes “Safeguarding the ‘National Interest’ of Nepal: Analysis of India-China Relations from Social Constructivism”, in an edited volume, Unique Asian Triangle: India-China-Nepal, G.B Books Publication and Distribution, ISBN 978-93-83983-34-0.