Mridvika Sahajpal

Mridvika Sahajpal is pursuing a Master’s Degree in European and Russian Affairs at the University of Toronto, Centre for European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies (CERES). Her research interests include transatlantic relations, interstate/intrastate conflict resolution and pursuit of human/minority rights, and contentious sociohistorical issues of the EU and its regional peripheries. Mridvika, alongside her colleague Silviu Kondan, are currently conducting primary research on the intersections between national/regional security and integration policy as related to the Russian-speaking minority within Estonia. 

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