Anjali has a Bachelor of Arts (International Relations) and Bachelor of Laws (Honours) from Macquarie University. Her experience ranges across law, public policy, research and writing. She has prior experience working at think tanks both in Australia and overseas in Indonesia. In addition to interning at the CIS, she works in commercial law. Her op-ed pieces, covering a wide variety of topics, have been published in The Spectator Australia, Daily Telegraph, Herald Sun and Quadrant. At the CIS, Anjali works within the foreign policy team.
17 June 2021
Media & Commentary
Myanmar’s Democracy Worth Saving 12 March 2021 | IDEAS@THECENTREFor many, the Myanmar coup marked the failure of a democratic experiment. It was a glaring reality that the Tatmadaw (Myanmar’s military junta) had never relinquished power or control and had maintained a shadowy bureaucracy throughout the transition towards a…read more