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Agarwal, Anchal (2017) Thailand’s international development cooperation. Jindal Journal of Public Policy, 3 (1). pp. 149-159. ISSN 2277-8743

Aggarwal, Vaibhav, Sharma, Sudhi, Kumar, Pankaj, Mohnot, Jitesh and Yadav, Mahender (2023) Lessons from the Russia-Ukraine war: portfolio optimisation in cryptos and stocks for investors in Ghana. International Journal of Diplomacy and Economy (IJDIPE), 9 (2). pp. 160-175. ISSN 2049-0895

Agha, Ambreen (2021) Book review: Rasheed, Adil, Countering the radical narrative. India Quarterly:: A Journal of International Affairs, 77 (3). pp. 509-512. ISSN 2513048

Ankit, Rakesh (2018) GA Naqvi: from Indian police (UP), 1926 to Pakistani citizen (Sindh), 1947. Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, 28 (2). pp. 295-314. ISSN 1474-0591

Arya, Nitin (2022) Intraregional geopolitical imaginaries in Europe: Hungary and Poland Vs. France and Germany. Geopolitics. ISSN 14650045 (In Press)

Barnidge Jr., Robert P. (2013) The international law as a means of negotiation settlement. Fordham International Law Journal, 36 (3). pp. 545-574. ISSN 0747-9395

Bawa, Amika (2017) Beyond aid and the future of development cooperation. CALACS Policy Brief Series: Beyond Aid and the Future of Development Cooperation (5).

Behera, Anshuman, Nayak, Gaurav and Hari P., Shyam (2024) Making Sense of Nepal’s Nationalism: Implications for the India–Nepal Relationship. India Quarterly: A Journal of International Affairs. ISSN 0974-9284 | 0975-2684

Belém Lopes, Dawisson and Vazquez, Karin Costa (2024) Peace as a hypothetical imperative: Brazil's foreign policy standpoint on the war in Ukraine. Global Policy. ISSN 1758-5880 (In Press)

Bilal, Maaz Bin (2017) The Afrazul killing video as a perfect anti-Muslim crime. Economic and Political Weekly, 52 (50). pp. 12-13. ISSN 2349-8846

Bilal, Maaz Bin (2016) A Ghazal for Gaza. Economic and Political Weekly, 51 (35). p. 88. ISSN 2349-8846

Biswal, Sabyasachi (2020) Analysing the possibility of a consociational settlement between Spain and Catalonia. Foreign Policy Research Centre Journal, 42 (2). pp. 63-73. ISSN 22772464

Campbell, Horace and Chaulia, Sreeram (2009) Unequal equals: Angola and China. World Affairs: The Journal of International Issues, 13 (1). pp. 44-83. ISSN 0974-0937

Chaturvedi, Sachin and Chakrabarti, Milindo (2018) Remembering BAPA and Way Forward. Revista Española de Desarrollo y Cooperación, 43. pp. 53-59. ISSN 1137-8875

Chaudhuri, Sriroop and Roy, Mimi (2024) A lost frontier or a new gateway to global climate action? The Afghan leadership and the revival of Afghanistan’s mineral sector. India Quarterly: A Journal of International Affairs. ISSN 0974-9284 | 0975-2684 (In Press)

Chaulia, Sreeram (2021) In spite of the spite: An Indian view of China and India in BRICS. Global Policy, 12 (4). pp. 519-523. ISSN 17585880

Chaulia, Sreeram (2017) Power and peril in the Asian century: prospects for stability. The Fletcher Forum of World Affairs, 41 (1). pp. 79-101. ISSN 1046-1868

Chenoy, Anuradha M (2024) Escalation and de-escalation in West Asia. Economic and Political Weekly, 59 (16). ISSN 0012-9976 | 2349-8846

Chenoy, Anuradha M (2024) India’s foreign policy and the luxury of strategic autonomy. Economic and Political Weekly, 59 (17). ISSN 0012-9976 | 2349-8846

Chenoy, Anuradha M (2024) International law vs the ‘Rules-based Order’. Economic and Political Weekly, 59 (14). ISSN 0012-9976 | 2349-8846

Chenoy, Anuradha M (2024) Intransigent Israel and the duplicity of United States. Economic and Political Weekly, 59 (20). ISSN 2349-8846

Chenoy, Anuradha M (2023) Israel’s war on Gaza : Diplomacy, geopolitics, and pressure points. Economic and Political Weekly, 58 (48). ISSN 0012-9976 | 2349-8846

Chenoy, Anuradha M (2022) The Russia–Ukraine war and the changing world order. Economic and Political Weekly, 57 (16). pp. 10-13. ISSN 00129976

Chenoy, Anuradha M (2024) The Tragedy of Rafah, Gaza and the portents of regional conflict. Economic and Political Weekly, 59 (8). ISSN 0012-9976 | 2349-8846

Chenoy, Anuradha M (2024) Wars, geopolitical transitions and paradigm shifts. Economic and Political Weekly, 59 (4). ISSN 0012-9976 | 2349-8846

Chenoy, Anuradha M (2023) The war on Palestine: The horror and geopolitical tensions. Economic and Political Weekly, 58 (45-46). pp. 8-9. ISSN 2349-8846

Chevalier, Maxime (2023) International sanctions enacted against Russia as overriding mandatory rules—on which foot should international arbitrators stand. Journal of International Dispute Settlement. pp. 1-28. ISSN 2040-3593 (In Press)

Chhetri, Tarun (2017) Nepal – India - China trilateral relations: Issues & challenges. Journal of Politics and Governance, 2 (3and4): 2013. pp. 245-248. ISSN 2456-8023

Cho, Young Chul (2015) Colonialism and imperialism in the quest for a universalist Korean-style international relations theory. Cambridge Review of International Affairs, 48 (4). pp. 680-700. ISSN 09557571

Cho, Young Chul (2012) State identity formation in constructivist security studies: A suggestive essay. Japanese Journal of Political Science, 13 (3). pp. 299-316. ISSN 14740060

Choudhary, Varad, Lakra, Rudraksh and Gupta, Ayan (2020) Responding to COVID 19: India’s trade restrictions and the World Trade Organization. National Security, 3 (4). pp. 419-438.

Das, Madhumita (2018) Continuity and change in India's early Tibet policy: 1947 to 1960. South Asia Chronicle. pp. 1-24. ISSN 0943-8742

Dey, Deblina (2017) Different theatre of justice: Jolly LLB 2. Economical & Political Weekly, 52 (14). ISSN 2349-8846

Dutta, Sagnik and Abbas, Tahir (2024) Protecting the people: populism and masculine security in India and Hungary. Journal of Political Ideologies. pp. 1-23. ISSN 1356-9317 (In Press)

Emmanuel, Kim (2022) The foreign policy of small Caribbean states towards China in the cold war era: Looking past the veiling. Issues & Studies, 58 (1): 2250007. ISSN 1013-2511

Fernando, Srimal and Jha, Pankaj (2021) Exploring the impacts of economic corridors on south Asian countries. India Quarterly, 77 (3). pp. 404-423. ISSN 9749284

Fernando, Srimal and Jha, Pankaj (2020) In pursuit of integration: Is south Asia unfit for regionalism? Journal of Social, Political, and Economic Studies, 45 (3-4). pp. 260-287. ISSN 0278839X

Gandhi, Manimuthu (2013) The Enrica Lexie Incident: seeing beyond the grey areas of international law. Indian Journal of International Law, 53. pp. 1-26. ISSN 0019-5294

Gaur, Punit, Tripathi, Anurag and Ray, Shovan Sinha (2021) India’s role in Kazakhstan’s multi-vector foreign policy. Central Asia and the Caucasus, 22 (2). pp. 43-48. ISSN 14046091

Gautam, Khagesh (2019) The use of International law in constitutional interpretation in the Supreme Court of India. Stanford Journal of International Law, 55 (1). pp. 27-67. ISSN 07315082

Godbole, Avinash (2018) Iron fist for the new era: how Xi rules China. India. India Quarterly: A Journal of International Affairs, 74 (3). pp. 343-346. ISSN 0974-9284

Goswami, Anubhav Shankar (2021) Sri Lanka’s discarded balancing act between India and China explained. Journal of the Indo Pacific Affairs. 01-05. ISSN 25765361

Holland, Kenneth (2021) Canada and the Indo-Pacific strategy. Canadian Foreign Policy Journal, 27 (2). pp. 228-250. ISSN 11926422

Holland, Kenneth (2021) Pakistan’s national interest and recognition of Afghanistan’s Taliban regime. Journal of Security and Strategic Analyses, 7 (2). pp. 7-22. ISSN 27084272

Huang, Yinghong (2019) Compulsory development: An ideal type of land acquisition in India and China, 1980–2014. China Report, 55 (1). pp. 1-23. ISSN 0973-063X

Jain, Purnendra and Maini, Tridivesh Singh (2017) India's subnational governments foray into the international arena. Japanese Journal of Political Science, 18 (2). pp. 286-312. ISSN 14681099

Jangid, Khinvraj (2021) Imagining nations, creating states: Nehru, Ben-Gurion and an analogical study of India and Israel in post-colonial Asia. Israel Studies, 26 (1). pp. 73-94. ISSN 1527201X

Jha, Pankaj (2023) India and ASEAN: Perspective and vision on the Indo-Pacific. Journal of Indian Ocean Studies, 31 (3). pp. 183-191. ISSN 0972-3080

Jha, Pankaj (2019) India's policy towards south pacific. India Foreign Policy, 15 (2). pp. 1-10.

Jha, Pankaj (2019) India’s policy towards South Pacific: Expanding horizons of the Indo-Pacific region. Maritime Affairs: Journal of the National Maritime Foundation of India, 15 (2). pp. 103-112. ISSN 1946-6609

Jha, Pankaj and Star, Shaun (2021) India–Australia: Defining new horizons of engagement. Strategic Analysis, 45 (5). pp. 411-430. ISSN 09700161

Kadanthodu, Suraj Rajan (2022) Migration, discrimination and assimilation in the State of Israel: A Case study of the Indian Jewish diaspora from 1949 to 1973. Diaspora Studies, 15 (2). pp. 134-157. ISSN 0976-3457

Kamra, Lipika (2019) The expanded state in contemporary India: Counterinsurgency and the Prime Minister’s rural development fellowship. Contemporary South Asia, 27 (1). pp. 1-14. ISSN 1469364X

Kanade, Shantanu (2017) Ministry of International Development Cooperation: the way forward. CALACS Policy Brief Series: Beyond Aid and the Future of Development Cooperation (2).

Kanojia, Siddharth (2023) Creative freedom and censorship: A comparative analysis of regulatory framework for OTT contents in the UK, India, and China. Journal of Liberty and International Affairs, 9 (3). pp. 265-280. ISSN 1857-9760

Karibhuktha, Himabindu (2017) Policy or no policy: what lies ahead for India's development cooperation. CALACS Policy Brief Series: Beyond Aid and the Future of Development Cooperation (1).

Katrak, Malcolm and Devos, Blanche (2021) Examining the role of trust and ideological disparities in India-EU negotiations: The case of the bilateral trade and investment agreement (BTIA). Central European Journal of International and Security Studies, 15 (4). pp. 48-80. ISSN 1802548X

Kaushik, Arun Kumar and Goyal, Yugank (2019) The desirability of one nation one election in India: Simultaneous elections. The Journal of Social, Political and Economic Studies, 44 (1-2). pp. 110-120. ISSN 0278839X

Kazzaz, Mourhaf (2020) Investigating the Syrian “Other” in Donald J. Trump’s Twitter Campaign Rhetoric. Open Linguistics, 6 (1). pp. 601-610. ISSN 23009969

Khaleel, Ahmad G., Chakrabarti, Milindo and Dharwal, Mridul (2021) Asia–Africa energy development cooperation: Double coincidence of interests. International Journal of Global Energy Issues, 43 (5-6). pp. 692-705. ISSN 09547118

Khanderia, Saloni (2020) The ascertainment of the applicable law in the absence of choice in India and South Africa: a shared future in the BRICS. Oxford University Commonwealth Law Journal, 20 (1). pp. 27-51. ISSN 14729342

Khanderia, Saloni (2018) The information technology agreement and the ‘Make-in-India’ initiative: Weighing the better alternative for india. Foreign Trade Review, 53 (2). pp. 98-115. ISSN 00157325

Kipgen, Nehginpao (2021) The 2020 Myanmar election and the 2020 coup: Deepening democracy or widening division? Asian Affairs, 52 (1). pp. 1-17. ISSN 3068374

Kipgen, Nehginpao (2018) Asean and China in the south china sea disputes. Asian Affairs, 49 (3). pp. 433-448. ISSN 03068374

Kipgen, Nehginpao (2016) Decoding Myanmar's 2015 Election. Asian Affairs, 47 (2). pp. 215-233. ISSN 1477-1500

Kipgen, Nehginpao (2020) India–ASEAN relations: the initiatives, successes, and challenges. India Review, 19 (3). pp. 207-222. ISSN 14736489

Kipgen, Nehginpao (2021) Indonesia: A reluctant participant in the south China sea disputes. Strategic Analysis, 45 (2). pp. 116-127. ISSN 9700161

Kipgen, Nehginpao (2017) Militarization of politics in Myanmar and Thailand. International Studies, 53 (2). pp. 153-172. ISSN 0020-8817

Kipgen, Nehginpao (2019) The Rohingya crisis: The centrality of identity and citizenship. Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs, 39 (1). pp. 61-74. ISSN 1469-9591

Kipgen, Nehginpao (2018) The quest for federalism in Myanmar. Strategic Analysis, 42 (6). pp. 612-626. ISSN 09700161

Kottam, Vyshali (2017) Innovations in South Africa’s south-south cooperation model. Jindal Journal of Public Policy, 3 (1). pp. 173-189. ISSN 2277-8743

Mahaseth, Harsh and Subramaniam, Karthik (2021) Binding or non-binding: analysing the nature of the Asean agreements. International and Comparative Law Review, 21 (1). pp. 100-123. ISSN 12138770

Mahaseth, Harsh, Wong, Natalie and -, Shalika (2022) Understanding the Intricacies between Southeast Asia and Russia. Asian Research Journal of Arts & Social Sciences, 16 (2): ARJASS.826. pp. 10-22. ISSN 24564761

Maini, Tridivesh Singh and Sachdeva, Sandeep (2017) What does Iran’s changing foreign policy mean for India? IndraStra Global, 9. pp. 1-2. ISSN 2381-3652

Maini, Tridivesh Singh and Vaid, Manish (2016) India-Saudi Arabia ties: beyond oil diplomacy. Academic Journal of the Budapest Business School, 1 (3). pp. 5-20. ISSN 2498-7174

Malik, Firdous Ahmad, Yadav, D. K., Lone, Naveed Ahmad and Adam, Hebatallah (2021) An investigation into the dynamics of financial inclusion in South Asian countries. Pakistan Economic and Social Review, 59 (2). pp. 231-251. ISSN 2224-4174

Missomal, Dionísio (2017) Brazil and the development cooperation. Jindal Journal of Public Policy, 3 (1). pp. 190-203. ISSN 2277-8743

Muralidharan, Sukumar (2017) India, Israel and the politics of exclusion. Economic and Political Weekly, 52 (28). p. 9. ISSN 129976

Muralidharan, Sukumar (2019) The majoritarian challenge and an Ambedkarite remedy. Economic and Political Weekly, 54 (8). pp. 34-39. ISSN 0012-9976

Nedumpara, James J. (2015) Causation in trade remedy actions: problems with the ‘but for’ test. Global Trade and Customs Journal, 10 (11/12). pp. 402-406. ISSN 1569-755X

Pakanati, Rajdeep (2019) India’s domestic debate over China’s growing strategic presence in the Indian ocean. Journal of Defence Studies, 13 (1). pp. 5-31. ISSN 0976-1004

Pakanati, Rajdeep (2019) Reading Professor V. S. Mani from an international relations perspective. Indian Journal of International Law, 48. pp. 57-83. ISSN 0019-5294

Pakanati, Rajdeep (2023) Teaching international relations through films. Studies in Indian Politics. ISSN 23210230 | 23217472

Pandey, Mariya Jilinskaya and Zamaroczy, Nicolas de (2019) “From that day onwards, I decided that I would never again be in such a helpless state:” how North Indian women safeguard their money in times of uncertainty. International Feminist Journal of Politics, 21 (2). pp. 334-342. ISSN 14616742

Pathak, Sriparna (2021) The Chinese hand behind terrorism in Northeast India. VIF Brief. pp. 1-22.

Pathak, Sriparna (2021) Tracing the link between China's concept of sovereignty and military aggression. Journal of Indo Pacific Affairs. pp. 15-19. ISSN 2576537X

Pathak, Sriparna and Hazarika, Obja Borah (2020) India-Taiwan economic relations: Charting a new path. Contemporary Chinese Political Economy and Strategic Relations, 6 (1). pp. 37-38. ISSN 24109681

Pathak, Sriparna and Hazarika, Obja Borah (2022) Reasons and reactions to the Galwan clash: An Indian perspective. Journal of Territorial and Maritime Studies, 9 (2). pp. 83-101. ISSN 2288-6834

Patnaik, Dabiru Sridhar (2013) International law and responsibility to protect: South Asian perspective. Journal of Global Studies, 4. pp. 173-189.

Patnaik, Dabiru Sridhar and Siddiqui, Nizamuddin Ahmad (2018) Problems of refugee protection in international law: an assessment through the Rohingya refugee crisis in India. Socio-Legal Review, 14 (2). ISSN 09735216

Pereira, Alexandre and Nakray, Keerty (2021) Lobbying regulation in India and Brazil: Comparative pluralistic and elite perspectives. Commonwealth and Comparative Politics, 59 (1). pp. 74-93. ISSN 14662043

Puggioni, Raffaela (2021) Governing global subjects? Border-crossers and the limits of (global) governmentality. Global Society, 35 (3). pp. 289-306. ISSN 1469798X

Rajkonwar, Sumangal (2016) Rising concerns: an introduction to ‘south-south’ conflict & the sea level rise. Lex Terra (16). pp. 37-41. ISSN 2455-0965

Raman, Aparna (2017) Partnerships with Asia: China’s role in south-south development cooperation. Jindal Journal of Public Policy, 3 (1). pp. 160-172. ISSN 2277-8743

Ranjan, Prabhash (2024) India and international investment law: preserving, delegating, and reclaiming sovereignty. India Review, 23 (2). pp. 115-133. ISSN 1473-6489

Rastogi, Prashant (2021) The articulation of discourse in populism: understanding 21st century Pakistan. E-International Relations. 01-09. ISSN 20538626

Saini, Mohit, Yadav, Mahender and Aggarwal, Vaibhav (2024) Russia-Ukraine war: impacts on major stocks and oil markets. International Journal of Electronic Finance, 13 (2). pp. 216-255. ISSN 1746-0069

Saini, Ranir Pal (2012) 12th India-EU summit: An appraisal of India-EU relations. Jindal Journal of International Affairs, 2 (1). pp. 185-190. ISSN 22498095

Salem, Saber (2020) Chinese foreign aid to Fiji: Threat or opportunity. China Report, 56 (2). pp. 242-258. ISSN 94455

Salem, Saber (2021) Planned relocation: Mammoth task for Fijian government. Jindal Journal of Public Policy, 5 (1). pp. 68-80. ISSN 2277-8743

Salem, Saber and Rosencranz, Armin (2020) Climate Refugees in the Pacific. The Environmental Law Reporter, 50 (7). pp. 10540-10545. ISSN 0046-2284

Sandhu, Teg Prataap Singh (2022) End of an era in the middle east and north Africa: collapse of pan-arab nationalism project and the subsequent rise of political Islam. International journal of political science and governance, 4 (1). 01-05. ISSN 2664-603X

Sen, Sweta (2024) Rebel network theory: The case of Moro Islamic Liberation Front. Conflict Management and Peace Science. ISSN 0738-8942 | 1549-9219 (In Press)

Seo, Jungmin and Cho, Young Chul (2013) Rethinking Beijing's geostrategic sensibilities to Tibet and Xinjiang: images and interests. Pacific Focus, 28 (2). pp. 294-317. ISSN 12254657

Sharma, Arushi and Gupta, Shivanshi (2023) Federalism: comparative study between India and Canada. International Journal of Human Rights and Constitutional Studies, 10 (2). pp. 188-197. ISSN 2050-1048

Sharma, Raghav (2019) Afghanistan: discerning China's westward march. Asian Affairs, 50 (4). pp. 546-568. ISSN 1477-1500

Sharma, Raghav (2024) Discerning Taliban 2.0 and Afghanistan’s political landscape. India Quarterly: A Journal of International Affairs. ISSN 0974-9284 | 0975-2684 (In Press)

Sharma, Raghav (2021) From the crossroads to the periphery: The Ebb and flow of cultural currents between Afghanistan and the Indian subcontinent. IIC Quatrerly, 48 (1). pp. 35-45. ISSN 03769771

Singh, Ankita (2017) Exploring the concept of ‘mutual benefit’ in India’s development cooperation. Jindal Journal of Public Policy, 3 (1). pp. 204-212. ISSN 2277-8743

Singh, Gunjan (2022) How the belt and road initiative affects China-Bangladesh relations. Himalayan and Central Asian Studies, 26 (1/2). pp. 154-171. ISSN 0971-9318

Singh, Gunjan (2023) India’s military modernisation in the shadow of the China threat. Journal of Asian Security and International Affairs. ISSN 2349-0039 | 2347-7970 (In Press)

Singh, Prabhakar (2018) More norms, less justice: Refugees, the republic, and everyone in between. Liverpool Law Review, 39 (1-2). pp. 123-150. ISSN 0144932X

Singh, Prabhakar (2010) The scandal of enlightenment and the birth of disciplines: Is international law a science? International Community Law Review, 12 (1). pp. 5-34. ISSN 18719732

Singh, Prabhakar and Bhattacharya, Shilpi (2011) The changing role of law in Asia: revolution or devolution? Jindal Global Law Review, 2 (2). ISSN 0975-2498

Singh, Varunesh (2023) Ecofeminism and climate change: a comparative study between India and China. Russian Law Journal, 11 (8). pp. 442-455. ISSN 2312-3605

Sinha, Samrat (2016) Our forgotten wars: victimisation and survival in Bodoland. Indian Defence Review, 31 (2). pp. 105-112.

Sreejith, S. G. (2018) Legality of the gulf ban on qatari flights: State sovereignty at crossroads. Air & Space Law, 43 (2). pp. 191-204.

Tokas, Richa (2022) Procuring S-400: Changing dynamics of foreign relations. Strategic Analysis, 46 (2). pp. 220-226. ISSN 09700161

Unnithan, Mithuna Jayadev, Agarwal, Khwahish and Pakanati, Rajdeep (2024) Learning international relations through films. Studies in Indian Politics. ISSN 2321-0230 (In Press)

Vasishtha, Aditya (2017) Assessing Indonesia’s development cooperation. Jindal Journal of Public Policy, 3 (1). pp. 133-144. ISSN 2277-8743

Vazquez, Karin Costa (2021) Brazil and BRICS multilateralism à la carte: From bilateralism to community interest. Global Policy, 12 (4). pp. 534-538. ISSN 17585880

Vazquez, Karin Costa (2018) What future for South-South cooperation? Spanish Journal of Development and Cooperation, n (43). pp. 61-71. ISSN 11378875

Vazquez, Karin Costa and Zheng, Yu (2021) The new Asian development finance. IDS Bulletin, 52 (2). pp. 37-52. ISSN 2655012

Verma, Shankey (2020) Defeated but not defunct: An analysis of establishment of strong presence of Islamic state of Iraq and Syria in India. Internet Journal of Restorative Justice, 2020 (3). pp. 101-119. ISSN 20562985

Vijaya, Poornima (2021) Australia’s role in the quad and its crumbling ties with China. Journal of Indo-Pacific Affairs, 4 (9). pp. 136-144. ISSN 2576-5361

Wang, Gunawan (2011) Chinese mechanisms for resolving investor-state disputes. Jindal Journal of International Affairs, 1 (1). pp. 204-233. ISSN 2249-8095

Yhome, K. and Maini, Tridivesh Singh (2017) India’s evolving approach to regionalism: SAARC and beyond. Rising Powers Quarterly, 2 (3). pp. 147-165. ISSN 2547-9423

Zamaroczy, Nicolas de and Mahanta, Upasana (2019) The role of mandatory evacuations as costly signals during interstate disputes. Open Political Science, 2. pp. 64-75. ISSN 18749496

Book Section

Adam, Hebatallah (2021) Fintech and entrepreneurship boosting in developing countries: A comparative study of India and Egypt. In: The big data-driven digital economy: Artificial and computational intelligence. Studies in computational intelligence . Springer Nature, Switzerland, pp. 141-156. ISBN 978-3-030-73057-4

Aneja, Urvashi (2014) International NGOs and the implementation of the norm for need-based humanitarian assistance in Sri Lanka. In: Implementation and world politics: How international norms change practice. Oxford Scholarship Online, New Delhi, pp. 85-101. ISBN 9780198712787

Ankit, Rakesh (2017) India-USSR, 1946-1949: A false start? In: India and the world in the first half of the twentieth century. Taylor and Francis, London, pp. 160-188. ISBN 9781351255325; 9781138282568

Arora, Seerat (2023) Populism, eurocentric academia and beyond: Postcolonial and decolonial international relations theories. In: Encyclopedia of New Populism and Responses in the 21st Century. Springer, Singapore, pp. 1-4. ISBN 978-981-16-9859-0

Brito, Carlos Timo, Jha, Viveka Nand and Sohal, Ankita (2019) Long-lost brothers in arms? In: Brazil-India Relations: Beyond the 70 Years. Funag, Brazil, pp. 111-127. ISBN 978-85-7631-789-0

Chaulia, Sreeram (2011) India and the United Nations. In: Handbook of India’s International Relations. Routledge, London, pp. 277-288. ISBN 9781857438000

Chaulia, Sreeram (2011) India's power attributes. In: Handbook of India's international relations. Routledge, London, pp. 23-24. ISBN 9781857438000

Chaulia, Sreeram (2019) Indian foreign policy: The quest for greatness. In: The SAGE Handbook of Asian Foreign Policy. Sage Publications India Pvt. Ltd, New Delhi, pp. 791-810. ISBN 978-1-4739-7799-0

Chishti, Vanessa (2019) Producing paradise: Kashmir’s shawl economy, the quest for authenticity and the politics of representation in Europe, c. 1770–1870. In: Kashmir: History, Politics, Representation. Cambridge University Press, United Kingdom, pp. 265-283. ISBN 9781316855607

Datta, Sreeradha (2024) Introduction: Bangladesh on a new journey: moving beyond regional identity. In: Bangladesh on a new journey : Moving beyond the regional identity. Bloomsbury, New Delhi, pp. 1-18. ISBN 9789356405684

Datta-Ray, Deep K. (2015) India's Gandhian Foreign Policy. In: What Does India Think? European Council on Foreign Relations, Strasbourg, pp. 28-32. ISBN 978910118450

Datta-Ray, Deep K. (2018) Violence, hermeneutics and postcolonial diplomacy. In: Routledge Handbook of Postcolonial Politics. 1st ed. Routledge, London, pp. 140-156. ISBN 9781315671192

Daud, Bilquees (2022) Gendered refugee experience: The case of Afghan women refugees. In: The Routledge Handbook of Refugees in India. Routledge, Oxon, pp. 717-731. ISBN 9781003246800

Dwivedi, Kartikeya and Bawa, Amika (2022) Prospects of the evolving SCO mandate : From a security focus towards an increased economic and strategic partnership with India. In: The Shanghai Cooperation Organization Exploring New Horizons. Routledge, London, pp. 197-213. ISBN 9781003170617

Field, Jessica (2020) Indian civil society and the global compact on refugees. In: The global compact on refugees: Indian perspective and experiences. Academicians’ Working Group Coordinator, UNHCR India, New Delhi, pp. 163-175.

Field, Jessica, Burra, Srinivas, Jha, Mekhla and Choudhury, Sumedha (2020) Introduction. In: The global compact on refugees: Indian perspective and experiences. Academicians’ Working Group Coordinator, UNHCR India, New Delhi, pp. 1-10.

Field, Jessica, Dolma, Tenzin and Johar, Ali (2022) Between host and home: Cultural lives and activism of refugees. In: The Routledge Handbook of Refugees in India. Routledge, Oxon, pp. 273-288. ISBN 9781003246800

Florczak-Wątor, Monika, Gárdos-Orosz, Fruzsina, Malíř, Jan and Steuer, Max (2024) States of emergency and fundamental rights in books and in action : The Visegrad countries and the COVID-19 pandemic. In: States of emergency and human rights protection : The theory and practice of the visegrad countries. Routledge, London, pp. 1-14. ISBN 9781032637815

Goddeeris, Idesbald and Unkule, Kalyani (2015) The european union-India free trade agreement negotiations: Political concerns and social reaction. In: India in the Contemporary World: Polity, Economy and International Relations. Taylor and Francis Inc., London, pp. 446-463. ISBN 9781315662008

Gupta, Indranath (2018) India's participatory role in the database debate at WIPO. In: Locating India in the Contemporary International Legal Order. Springer, New Delhi, pp. 205-233. ISBN 978-81-322-3580-4

Gupta, Rishi and Saraswat, Anushka (2022) Treaties between India and Bangladesh ( 1972-2001). In: India- Bangladesh bonhomie at 50 :1971 and the present. Vivekananda International Foundation, New Delhi, pp. 142-161. ISBN 9789391498153

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Jha, Pankaj (2022) Fifty-five years of the association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) and the need for a future blueprint. In: International Organizations : Serbia and Contemporary World. Institute of International Politics and Economics, Belgrade Faculty of Philosophy of the University of St. Cyril and Methodius, Skopje, Belgrade, pp. 86-100. ISBN 9788670673069

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Chaulia, Sreeram (2021) Whose Israel and whose Palestine? Extremist are running amok as leadership fail. Russia Today.

Chaulia, Sreeram (2020) Why East beats West in the war against coronavirus. Russia Today.

Chaulia, Sreeram (2017) Why India is so unhappy, and how it can change. Today Online.

Chaulia, Sreeram (2021) Why India sees Russia as a unique partner. Russia Today.

Chaulia, Sreeram (2017) Why Modi matters to Israel : The time for shalom and namaste to converge is upon us. The Jerusalem Post.

Chaulia, Sreeram (2021) Why the world is standing with us in our hour of need. Mint.

Chaulia, Sreeram (2021) Will Iran’s new president fuel conflict or make deals? Russia Today.

Chaulia, Sreeram (2021) Will the Taliban seize or squander its moment now that it’s back in control of Afghanistan? Russia Today.

Chaulia, Sreeram (2020) Winning compensation from China for coronavirus is a long shot. Nikkei Asia.

Chaulia, Sreeram (2017) Winning in Afghanistan: Trump’s pipe dream. Russia Today.

Chaulia, Sreeram (2017) With PM Narendra Modi’s Israel visit, India crosses the rubicon. Economic Times.

Chaulia, Sreeram (2021) The case for social media to be closely regulated is clear. Mint.

Chaulia, Sreeram (2020) The centrality of Vietnam for stability in Asia. Viet Nam News.

Chaulia, Sreeram (2021) A century later, the Chinese Communist Party is at the crossroads. The Hindustan Times.

Chaulia, Sreeram (2020) The club of virus deniers. The Hindu.

Chaulia, Sreeram (2020) The disunited states of America. The New Indian Express.

Chaulia, Sreeram (2016) The dragon's exactions. The Asian Age.

Chaulia, Sreeram (2020) The e-diplomacy experiment. The Hindu.

Chaulia, Sreeram (2020) The final frontier: Bolsonaro’s republic day visit should spur strategic bilateral ties and open doors to Latin America. The Times of India.

Chaulia, Sreeram (2021) The first meeting of the Quad countries in Washington this week, the challenge will be to remove the contradiction. Dainik Jagran.

Chaulia, Sreeram (2017) The international isolation of Donald Trump. Russia Today.

Chaulia, Sreeram (2017) A jihadist Halloween in New York: Islamic State may have imploded, but IS 2.0 is spreading across the world. The Times of India.

Chaulia, Sreeram (2022) The last chance before the explosion : How both Israelis and Palestinians are creating a recipe for bloody violence. Russia Today.

Chaulia, Sreeram (2021) The limits of American liberalism : From vaccines to climate change the Trump effect continues to tie Biden’s hands. The Times of India.

Chaulia, Sreeram (2021) The mission in Afghanistan is far from accomplished. The Mint.

Chaulia, Sreeram (2017) A new Asia emerges, one based on reaching out not facing in. The National News.

Chaulia, Sreeram (2016) A new tryst with Africa. The Hindu.

Chaulia, Sreeram (2019) A reset for India and Nepal. The Kathmandu Post.

Chaulia, Sreeram (2017) The road to impunity. The Asian Age.

Chaulia, Sreeram (2020) A self-reliant foreign policy. The Hindu.

Chaulia, Sreeram (2016) A tale of two Republics. The Times of India.

Chaulia, Sreeram (2022) The world in the age of jungle raj. Dainik Jagran.

Chenoy, Anuradha M (2024) The Case of Genocide in Gaza by Israel and the International Court Of Justice (ICJ). Defend Democracy Press.

Chenoy, Anuradha M (2023) Contesting the hegemony of the dollar. The Hindu. pp. 1-9.

Chenoy, Anuradha M (2023) The Kissinger legacy and its carry in the global south. Defend Democracy Press.

Chenoy, Anuradha M (2022) Mikhail Gorbachev: The reformer in a hurry. The New Indian Express.

Chenoy, Anuradha M (2024) The Non aligned movement, neutrality and multipolarity. Defend Democracy Press.

Chowdhury, Abhiroop and Rosencranz, Armin (2022) Why Ukraine was the last straw for Putin? The Statesman.

Datta, Sreeradha (2024) Bangladesh: Another election, another fait accompli. Deccan Herald.

Datta, Sreeradha (2024) Opinion: India and US at odds over Bangladesh poll. NDTV.

Godbole, Avinash (2024) After the NPC: Where does China go from here. ISDP Voices.

Goswami, Anubhav Shankar (2022) Pakistan’s quest for ‘full spectrum deterrence’ continues. ORCA.

Gupta, Uttaran Das (2023) Shah Rukh Khan: The Return of the King. Business Standard.

Jangid, Khinvraj (2023) Cracks in US-Israel ties—Biden’s Gaza plan is up against anti-peace Netanyahu. The Print.

Jangid, Khinvraj (2024) Hostage families see no benefit of military operation in Gaza. They are let down by Netanyahu. ThePrint.

Jangid, Khinvraj (2023) Israeli academics defending Palestinian flag shows 2 things. And it should make India envious. The Print.

Jangid, Khinvraj (2023) Israel’s radical right turn may stress diplomatic ties. Hindustan Times. pp. 1-3.

Jangid, Khinvraj (2024) Joe Biden’s Catch-22 – his support of Israel and dislike of Benjamin Netanyahu. The Indian Express.

Jangid, Khinvraj (2024) Karpoori Thakur went to Israel in 1959 and lived in the Kibbutz. Nehru actively encouraged him. The Print.

Jangid, Khinvraj (2024) Netanyahu’s judicial review agenda has failed in Israel. And Hamas isn’t easy to defeat. ThePrint.

Jangid, Khinvraj (2024) War is politics: Why Benjamin Netanyahu doesn’t want a deal with Hamas. The Indian Express.

Jangid, Khinvraj (2023) Why Israel’s first Prime Minister had Gandhi’s portrait in his bedroom. The Indian Express.

Jangid, Khinvraj (2024) With a hopeless war in Gaza, how anti-Netanyahu protests are giving Israelis agency. The Indian Express.

Khetrapal, Neha (2024) Can museums be an integrative part of (feminist) foreign policy? Blog Interdisciplinary Gender Studies.

Kumar, Mohan (2023) How cascading turbulence may impact foreign relations. Hindustan Times.

Kumar, Mohan (2023) Indo-French partnership gets Republic Day boost. Hindustan Times.

Kumar, Mohan (2024) The M&M factor in Indo-French relations. Hindustan Times.

Kumar, Mohan (2024) Sino-Russian axis set to divide the world further. Hindustan Times.

Mahaseth, Harsh (2021) The ICC and the probe in to the duterte,s war on drugs: Quotes from Dr Emma Palmer. Snippets of Southeast Asia, Nehginpao Kipgen Center for Southeast Asian Studies. pp. 1-4.

Mahaseth, Harsh (2020) Understanding the India-Myanmar relations. Modern Diplomacy. pp. 1-5.

Mahaseth, Harsh and Chib, Sanjana (2022) Russia-Ukraine impact on the Shangri-la Dialogue. Hindustan Times.

Mahaseth, Harsh and Chib, Sanjana (2022) The aftermath of the AUKUS deal at the Shangri-la Dialogue. Hindustan Times.

Mahaseth, Harsh and Gupta, Animesh (2022) SAARC members must find way around roadblocks. The Statesman.

Mahaseth, Harsh and Jain, Juhi (2022) Deepening Nepal-China relations: a shift in Nepal’s foreign policy in 2022 or continuing with the status quo? The Geopolitics.

Mahaseth, Harsh and More, Tanvi (2022) Mediation in neighbour disputes in Southeast Asia. Modern Diplomacy.

Mahaseth, Harsh and Narain, Aadya (2022) The use of the ASEAN Way In resolving disputes. Modern Diplomacy.

Mahaseth, Harsh and Vishwakarma, Jeetendra (2022) The US-ASEAN summit and role of the Philippines. The Hindustan Times.

Maini, Tridivesh Singh (2022) Can Saudi Arabia play the intermediary between India and Pakistan? South Asia Monitor.

Maini, Tridivesh Singh (2024) FTA with Oman likely: Catapulting Gulf-India synergies. The Rise.

Maini, Tridivesh Singh (2024) Future of Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline project remains in limbo. South Asia Monitor.

Maini, Tridivesh Singh (2024) Gulf’s Outreach to Africa: The Geoeconomics and Geostrategy of the Deepening Ties. The Rise.

Maini, Tridivesh Singh (2024) India & Iran ink landmark deal: 10-year Chabahar port operation to boost regional trade and connectivity. The Rise.

Maini, Tridivesh Singh (2024) India's basmati rice exports at risk over Red Sea attacks. South Asia Monitor.

Maini, Tridivesh Singh (2024) India’s rice trade at risk in Red Sea attacks. DownToEarth.

Maini, Tridivesh Singh (2024) India’s rice trade at risk in Red Sea attacks. 360Info.

Maini, Tridivesh Singh (2024) Iran vs Israel: What will be the economic impact of the conflict? DNA India.

Maini, Tridivesh Singh (2024) Iran-US relations: A brief history of troubled ties in the past decade. DNA India.

Maini, Tridivesh Singh (2023) Iran’s economic and foreign policy challenges. https://thegeopolitics.com/irans-economic-and-foreign-policy-challenges/.

Maini, Tridivesh Singh (2024) Modi-Macron effect on India-France ties: The soft power dimension. DNA India.

Maini, Tridivesh Singh (2022) Pakistan’s China-USA Policy: De-hyphenation or Zero Sum? The Rise.

Maini, Tridivesh Singh (2024) A Possible trump presidency: Impact on US-ASEAN ties. The Rise.

Maini, Tridivesh Singh (2024) Saudi Arabia-Iran deal and the turmoil in the middle east. Modern Diplomacy.

Maini, Tridivesh Singh (2024) Significance of BRICS expansion and what it means for India. DNA India.

Maini, Tridivesh Singh (2024) US Presidential election 2024: Joe Biden vs Donald Trump rematch highlights leadership vacuum in both parties. DNA India.

Maini, Tridivesh Singh (2023) US, UK, Australia seeking to reduce tensions with China? DNA India.

Maini, Tridivesh Singh (2022) The complexities of the Iran-China-Russia triangle. TGP.

Mehrotra, Abhinav (2022) What are India's options amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine. India Times.

Mehrotra, Abhinav and Gupta, Biswanath (2024) Ceasefires in international law and the possible way forward. The Geopolitics.

Mehrotra, Abhinav and Gupta, Biswanath (2024) The Escalating Middle East Conflict: A legal analysis of state support and use of force. Modern Diplomacy.

Mehrotra, Abhinav and Gupta, Biswanath (2024) Examining the intersection of women’s rights violations and international law: A Case study of Iran. The Geopolitics.

Mehrotra, Abhinav and Gupta, Biswanath (2023) India shines at COP28: Green initiatives, climate justice and human rights in focus. First Post.

Mehrotra, Abhinav and Gupta, Biswanath (2024) Non-State Actors in international law: Understanding the role of foreign terrorist fighters in the ISIS-Khorasan attack in russia. The Geopolitics.

Mehrotra, Abhinav and Gupta, Biswanath (2024) Opinion | From peacekeeping to progress: India’s multifaceted contributions to the United Nations. FirstPost.

Mehrotra, Abhinav and Gupta, Biswanath (2024) Opinion | UN's double standard? Why India's NHRC deserves accreditation. News18.

Mehrotra, Abhinav and Gupta, Biswanath (2024) Opinion | UPI in UAE: The Changing Face of Cross-Border Payments. News 18.

Mehrotra, Abhinav and Gupta, Biswanath (2023) UNGA adopts non-binding resolution for Gaza truce amid international law violations. The Daily Guardian.

Mehrotra, Abhinav and Upadhyay, Amit (2023) Navigating the geopolitical waters: India-Maldives relations in a shifting global landscape. The Geopolitics.

Mehrotra, Abhinav and Upadhyay, Amit (2024) Prospects of a Hamas truce and the Palestinian quest for UN membership. The Daily Guardian.

Misra, Jitendra Nath (2024) Explaining India’s stand on the Gaza conflict. Money Control.

Misra, Jitendra Nath (2024) Explaining the Maldives’ tilt towards China. Moneycontrol.

Mohan, Deepanshu (2023) Multipolarity and Apathetic Exceptionalism: Voting in the UN on Israel-Palestine. The Quint.

Mohan, Deepanshu (2024) On MSP, Modi government must display maturity and give farmers their due. The Wire.

Mohan, Deepanshu (2023) Three things BJP’s definitive victory in the assembly elections tells us. The Wire.

Moliner, Christine and Singh, David (2021) In India, peasants aspire to democratic renewal. The Conversation. pp. 1-6.

Muralidharan, Sukumar (2019) Between Brexit and Boris. The Hindu Business Line.

Muralidharan, Sukumar (2019) Cast a long shadow. The Hindu Business Line.

Muralidharan, Sukumar (2020) I spy the enemy. The Hindu Business Line.

Muralidharan, Sukumar (2019) India looks East. The Hindu Business Line.

Muralidharan, Sukumar (2019) Intrigues in West Asia. The Hindu Business Line.

Muralidharan, Sukumar (2019) Of US presidents and shadow foreign policies. The Hindu Business Line.

Muralidharan, Sukumar (2019) Rest in pieces. The Hindu Business Line.

Muralidharan, Sukumar (2020) Watch thy neighbour. The Hindu Business Line, BLink.

Muralidharan, Sukumar (2019) The West Asian broth and its many cooks. The Hindu Business Line.

Muralidharan, Sukumar (2018) Who would have thought. The Hindu Business Line.

Muralidharan, Sukumar (2018) Will they, won't they? The Hindu Business Line.

Muralidharan, Sukumar (2018) A birthday gift. The Hindu Business Line.

Muralidharan, Sukumar (2021) The great game. The Hindu Business Line, BLink.

Muralidharan, Sukumar (2019) A grim future in Israel. The Hindu.

Panigarhi, Manoj Kumar (2022) Decoding China’s contentious territorial claims in the far East. The Pulse.

Panigrahi, Manoj Kumar (2023) Racism or cognitive warfare: Speed breakers in India-Taiwan relations. CommonWealth Magazine.

Panigrahi, Manoj Kumar (2024) Taiwan’s 2024 Presidential Election. United Service Institution of India.

Panigrahi, Manoj Kumar (2024) Troubled waters. Inquirer.Net.

Pathak, Sriparna (2024) Can sustainable cities coexist with nature? The Nusantara example. Hindustan Times.

Pathak, Sriparna (2024) Can terrorism ever be curtailed? The case of the recent Moscow terror attacks. Hindustan Times.

Pathak, Sriparna (2024) Challenges ahead after DPP win in Taiwan. Hindustan Times.

Pathak, Sriparna (2024) Do Xi’s plans for China’s economic growth imply a reset? Hindustan Times.

Pathak, Sriparna (2024) Global trade versus economic nationalism. Hindustan Times.

Pathak, Sriparna (2023) India’s G20 presidency and the China challenge. Hindustan Times. pp. 1-3.

Pathak, Sriparna (2024) Indonesia’s 2024 elections and the future foreign policy trajectory. Hindustan Times.

Pathak, Sriparna (2023) Loss of civilian lives and the loss of the UN’s credentials. Hindustan Times.

Pathak, Sriparna (2024) Usage of minilaterals to balance the rivalry between the US and China in Southeast Asia. Hindustan Times.

Popovski, Vesselin, Mehrotra, Abhinav and Bhandari, Surabhi (2022) Why India should reconsider its ties with Russia. South Asia Monitor.

Raghavan, R.K (2024) Dealing with ‘lone wolf’ terror acts. The Hindu Businessline.

Raj Kumar, C. (2022) India-UK ties at 75: Looking back, moving forward. Deccan Chronicle.

Rajamony, Venu (2024) ICJ verdict in the Gaza crisis raises hope. The Week.

Rajamony, Venu (2024) Will South Africa’s case against Israel help end the war? The Indian Express.

Ranjan, Prabhash (2024) Investment lessons from the India-EFTA trade deal. The Hindu.

Ranjan, Prabhash (2024) The West must pause selling arms to Israel. Hindustan Times.

Ranjan, Shashank (2023) Caught in the crossfire. The Telegraph Online.

Ranjan, Shashank (2024) It is the conditioning of the Agniveer that merits attention. The Hindu.

Ranjan, Shashank (2023) SubscriberWrites: Diminishing asymmetry in asymmetric wars. The Print.

Roche, Elizabeth (2024) India's neighbourhood woes: Friends on the fence? Deccan Herald.

Roche, Elizabeth (2024) Mint Explainer : The significance of Bangladesh's election for India. Mint.

Roche, Elizabeth (2024) Mint Explainer: The significance of Bangladesh’s election for India. Mint.

Roche, Elizabeth (2024) Opinion | Sunak To Biden, No Incumbent Has It Easy This Year - Thanks To Economy. NDTV.

Roche, Elizabeth (2024) Opinion | US Presidential Polls: Trump or Biden, India's Stakes Are Higher Than Ever. NDTV.

Roche, Elizabeth (2024) Opinion: Narasimha Rao recast not just India's economy, but foreign policy too. NDTV.

Sahni, Sanjeev P. (2023) Opinion | Impact of War Coverage and Visuals on Human Psyche. News 18.

Sharda, Divyanshi (2024) Decolonising foreign policy in the global south. Raisina House.

Singh, Gunjan (2024) All eyes on China as Taiwan prepares for polls. Deccan Herald.

Singh, Gunjan (2024) Beijing is aware of the bumpy ride ahead. Deccan Herald.

Singh, Gunjan (2024) Bhutan Election: PDP’s win is good news for India but China remains ineluctable. TheQuint.

Singh, Gunjan (2023) By sidelining Li Keqiang, Xi Jinping will further marginalise the people of China. Deccan Herald.

Singh, Gunjan (2024) Can the Philippines resist Chinese aggression? Deccan Herald.

Singh, Gunjan (2024) Chinese interest in Teesta project has India uneasy. Deccan Herald.

Singh, Gunjan (2024) A Grim Picture for India in South Asia. The Quint.

Singh, Gunjan (2024) In India and China's recent spar over Arunachal, infrastructure is the key. TheQuint.

Singh, Gunjan (2024) India's Indian ocean quagmire: The growing warmth between china and the maldives. The Qunit.

Singh, Gunjan (2023) India-Bhutan relations: King Jigme's visit and the looming shadow of China. The Quint.

Singh, Gunjan (2023) Italy exits China’s BRI. Is it advantage India ? Deccan Herald.

Singh, Gunjan (2024) Maldivian foreign minister's India trip highlights region's geopolitical reality. The Quint.

Singh, Gunjan (2024) Manila’s newfound resistance against Chinese aggression upsets Beijing. Deccan Herlad.

Singh, Gunjan (2023) On Bhutanese FM Tandi Dorji's Trip to China, and the Implications for India. The Quint.

Singh, Gunjan (2024) Pokhara airport creates an air pocket in Nepal-China ties. Deccan Herald.

Singh, Gunjan (2024) Space is becoming a global geopolitical theatre. Deccan Herald.

Singh, Gunjan (2023) Sri Lanka is stuck in a vicious cycle of Chinese debt. Deccan Herald.

Singh, Purushendra and Maini, Tridivesh Singh (2024) Indo-Japanese para diplomacy bolsters Indo-Pacific ties, but can go further. South Asian Voices.

Steuer, Max (2024) Slovakia risks heading back to the nineties. The Loop.

Tulsyan, Aryan (2024) Crossfire commerce : Analysing WTO’s security exceptions amidst middle east conflicts. Voelkerrechtsblog.

Zoariah, Zeba (2023) Amid Israel-Hamas war, what world can learn from India. The Asian Age.

Working papers (or Preprints)

Ananthavinayagan, Thamil Venthan, Shaheed, Ahmed, Siddiqui, Nizamuddin Ahmad and Imran, Mohd (2024) International law and Maldives: Navigating geopolitics, trade and sovereignty. [Working papers (or Preprints)]

Aneja, Urvashi (2015) Shifting currents: India’s rise as a development partner. [Working papers (or Preprints)]

Gelencser, Ildiko Eva (2019) Why EU enlargement is essential in the balkans from security aspect. [Working papers (or Preprints)] (Unpublished)

Gyanchandani, Vandana (2021) Book review: Has China Won? the challenge to American primacy by Kishore Mahbubani (Public Affairs New York, 2020). [Working papers (or Preprints)] (In Press)

Ikeda, Josuke (2013) When global ethics fails: a meta-ethical inquiry into distant rescue. [Working papers (or Preprints)] (Submitted)

Katrak, Malcolm (2021) Factoring in trust in the alliance for multilateralism. [Working papers (or Preprints)] (In Press)

Mitra, Joy (2015) Deploying game theory in analyzing the conflict in Afghanistan-Pakistan bilateral relations. [Working papers (or Preprints)]

Mohan, Deepanshu (2018) Is the global economy becoming more vulnerable to China's debt situation. [Working papers (or Preprints)]

Parwani, Kajal (2017) Rohingyas and the price of Inaction. [Working papers (or Preprints)] (Submitted)

Prem, Sanat (2021) Blind-eye to a global crisis: Climate refugees. [Working papers (or Preprints)]

Raman, Rashmi (2021) Changing of the guard: a geopolitical shift in the grammar of international law. [Working papers (or Preprints)] (In Press)

Rifaat, Hamzah and Maini, Tridivesh Singh (2016) China-Pakistan economic corridor: strategic rationales, external perspectives, and challenges to effective implementation. [Working papers (or Preprints)] (Unpublished)

Roychowdhary, Shrrijiet, Agarwal, Shivani, Singh, Mansi and Singh, Vanshika (2020) An ethnographic insight on border-markets: reflections from the Indo-Bhutan border. [Working papers (or Preprints)] (In Press)

Sato, Shiro, Ikeda, Josuke, Chen, Ching Chang and Cho, Young Chul (2011) Re-examintion of 'non-western' international relations theories. [Working papers (or Preprints)]

Vazquez, Karin Costa (2015) South-South knowledge transfer: Transferring knowledge and building capacity in Latin America and the Caribbean | Transferencia de conocimiento Sur-Sur: Transfiriendo conocimientos y construyendo capacidades en América Latina y el Caribe. [Working papers (or Preprints)]

Monograph

Ahlawat, Urjasvi (2021) Looking at the complexities of the West Bank through the eyes of international law. Other. The Centre for Middle East Studies, Haryana.

Burton-MacLeod, Jonathan and Chaulia, Sreeram (2011) Rethinking international institutions: a global South agenda. Project Report. SSRN.

Kumar, Amit (2021) How has the growing rift in oceania enabled China’s rise in the region? Other. Vivekananda International Foundation, New Delhi.

Maan, Ashu (2021) China’s Prospects in Afghanistan: Opportunities and Adversities. Other. Institute of Chinese Studies, Delhi, Delhi.

Mehrotra, Simran (2021) The fallacies of occupation: Iraq’s invasion of Kuwait. Other. The Centre for Middle East Studies, Haryana.

Mohan, Deepanshu, Raghunath, Tanuja and Medipally, Sanjana (2017) Governing dynamics of cross-border trade: a case study from the Indo-Bhutan border region. Project Report. South Asia Democratic Forum, Brussels.

Narayanan, Sripathi (2019) What Adeeb’s escape means for India and Indian ocean security. Other. Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies, New Delhi.

Nedumpara, James J. and Gyanchandani, Vandana (2013) China – definitive anti-dumping duties on X-Ray security inspection equipment from the European Union dispute analysis. Project Report. Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, New Delhi.

Pandey, Rishika (2021) Bahrain vs Qatar: Examining the viability of arbitration and mediation in international territorial disputes. Other. The Centre for Middle East Studies, Haryana.

Pathak, Sriparna and Jindal, Divyanshu (2023) The AI Race: collaboration to counter Chinese aggression. Technical Report. Institute for Security and Development Policy, Washington DC.

Singh, AK (2018) India–Pakistan relations: time to challenge the status quo. Other. Centre for Land Warfare Studies.

Tandon, Vanshika (2021) Iran, the UAE, and international law: A tumultuous timeline. Other. The Centre for Middle East Studies, Haryana.

Tripathi, Sumit (2021) Politics of occupation and normalization: The case of golan heights. Other. The Centre for Middle East Studies, Haryana.

Unkule, Kalyani (2018) The east-west encounter: a pedagogical experience. Other. Annual CAPA Occasional Paper.

Vazquez, Karin Costa (2017) South-South Cooperation in technologies for climate change adaptation in the water and agriculture sectors. Project Report. Technology Executive Committee, United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.

Vazquez, Karin Costa and Lucey, Amanda (2016) Advancing South-South cooperation in education and skills development: lessons from the field. Project Report. United Nations Development Programme, New York.

Zhang, Wenjuan (2017) Regulating NGOs and foreign influence in India and China. Other. O.P. Jindal Global University, Sonipat.

Conference or Workshop Item

Bhat, Harsh Vardhan (2013) Decay as ‘aesthetic’ and alternative negotiations. In: 5th Annual Symposium of Architectural Research : Architecture and Resilience, 28th to 30th August, 2013, Tampere, Finland.

Joshi, Manika, -, Nishi, Rani, Ritu, Bisla, Nidhi, Sharma, Arun and Dev, Amita (2023) Twitter and the Ukraine-Russia War: an examination. In: 2023 IEEE 4th Annual Flagship India Council International Subsections Conference (INDISCON), 05-07 August 2023, Mysore, India.

Kipgen, Nehginpao (2018) Rohingya Conundrum and its significance for International Studies. In: IIHEd Research Seminar Series : The Rohingya Conundrum, 21 Sep 2017, O. P. Jindal Global University.

Book

Pathak, Sriparna and Panigrahi, Manoj Kumar (eds.). (2022) Drifts and dynamics: Russia’s Ukraine war and Northeast Asia. Pentagon Press LLP, New Delhi. ISBN 9789390095643

Field, Jessica and Burra, Srinivas (eds.). (2020) The global compact on refugees: Indian perspective and experiences. Academicians’ Working Group Coordinator, UNHCR India, New Delhi.

Adam, Hebatallah (2021) Financing for development 2030 global agenda and post Covid 19 challenges. Booksclinic Publishing, Chhattisgarh. ISBN 9789391389857

Chaulia, Sreeram (2022) Crunch time: Narendra Modi's national security crises. Rupa Publications, New Delhi. ISBN 9789355202567

Chaulia, Sreeram (2011) International organizations and civilian protection: Power, ideas and humanitarian aid in conflict zones. Viva Books, New Delhi, pp. 1-288. ISBN 978-1848856400

Chaulia, Sreeram (2014) Politics of the global economic crisis: Regulation, responsibility and radicalism. Routledge, London. ISBN 9781138660212

Chaulia, Sreeram (2019) Trumped: emerging powers in a post-American world. Bloomsbury, New Delhi. ISBN 9789389165920

Datta, Sreeradha (2024) Bangladesh on a new journey : Moving beyond the regional identity. Bloomsbury, New Delhi. ISBN 9789356405684

Daud, Bilquees (2020) Education for peace: Rehabilitating non-violent discourses in Afghanistan. LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, Chisinau. ISBN 978-6202527453

Florczak-Wątor, Monika, Gárdos-Orosz, Fruzsina, Malíř, Jan and Steuer, Max (2024) States of emergency and human rights protection : The theory and practice of the visegrad countries. Routledge, London. ISBN 9781032637815

Jha, Pankaj, Polcumpally, Arun Teja and Saigal, Vedant (2024) Emerging digital technologies and india’s security sector : AI, blockchain, and quantum communications. Routledge, London. ISBN 9781003482703

Jha, Pankaj, Regatieri, Ricardo Pagliuso, Lima, Uallace Moreira, Davis, Christopher Mark, Kanaev, Evgeny, Vladimirovi, Sokolov Alexander, Talipova, Nigora, Gulnora, Ganieva, Tekҫe, Mahmut and Selçuk, Çolakoğlu (2016) Studies in comprehensive regional strategies collected papers (International Edition). Korea Institute for International Economic Policy, Sejong-s. ISBN 9788932224350

Jha, Pankaj and Vinh, Vo Xuan (2020) India, Vietnam and the Indo-Pacific expanding horizons. Taylor and Francis Inc., New York. ISBN 9780429281877; 9780367748821

Kipgen, Nehginpao (2021) Democratisation of Myanmar. 2 ed. Taylor and Francis, Oxon. ISBN 9781003219408

Kipgen, Nehginpao (2015) Democratisation of Myanmar. 1 ed. Taylor and Francis, Oxon. ISBN 9781315652122

Kipgen, Nehginpao (2020) The politics of South China sea disputes. Routledge, London. ISBN 9780367512064

Kumar, Mohan (2024) India’s Moment : Changing Power Equations around the World. HarperCollins. ISBN 9789356999527

Kumar, Mohan (2018) Negotiation dynamics of the WTO: An insider’s account. Palgrave Macmillan, Singapore. ISBN 9789811088421

Pathania, Jyoti M (2022) Deep state continuum In Pakistan and implications for India. KW Publishers Pvt Ltd, New Delhi. ISBN 9789391490621

Royal, Paritesh and Bhushan, Tripti (2020) Looking into the question of terrorism in India: Through the prism of international law. Integrity Media 'Young Writers, New Delhi. ISBN 9789381902806

Shahi, Deepshikha (2023) Global IR research programme : The futuristic foundation of ‘one and many’. Palgrave Studies in International Relations . Palgrave Macmillan, Cham. ISBN 9783031391217

Stoicheva, Maria, Sreejith, S. G. and Gupta, Indranath (2023) Relevance of European studies in Asia. Springer, Singapore. ISBN 978-981-99-7786-4

Vazquez, Karin Costa (2019) Brazil-India relations: beyond the 70 years. Coleção Relações Internacionais. . Alexandre de Gusmão Foundation, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Brazil. ISBN 9788576317890

Vazquez, Karin Costa, Xiaojin, Mao and Yao, Shuai (2016) Mix and match? How countries deliver development cooperation and lessons for China. United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). ISBN 9787510316524

Other

Fernando, Srimal (2019) The neighbourly connections: Sri Lanka and Maldives promoting economic. The Diplomatic Society, South Africa.

Fernando, Srimal and Nizar, Mizly (2018) EU-Sri Lanka: a new direction in economic diplomacy. Daily Financial Times.

Fernando, Srimal and Singh, Pooja (2018) Shapers of America: the role of George H. W. Bush in foreign policy making. Modern Diplomacy.

Kipgen, Nehginpao (2019) A marriage of mutual interests in Myanmar China relations. National Chengchi University and FLAME University, India, Taiwan.

Mahaseth, Harsh and Pandey, Apekshya (2022) The need for Chinese stakeholder participation in maritime environmental governance. Modern Diplomacy, India.

Pakanati, Rajdeep (2019) Implications of 2019 elections on Indian foreign policy. National Chengchi University and FLAME University, India, Taiwan.

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