Maoist Insurgency in South Asia
PhD in International Relations, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi
Maoist Insurgencies in Nepal: Security Implications in South Asia
He worked as Research Associate at the Institute for Conflict Management, New Delhi, before joining the IDSA. His doctoral thesis was on "Non Governmental Organizations and Multinational Corporations: A Study of Civil Society Responses to Foreign Direct Investment in India in the1990s" at the School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.
- “Involvement of Major Powers in Nepal since the 1990s: Implications for India,” Strategic Analysis, Vol. 33 (1), January 2009.
- “Maoists in Nepal and India: Tactical Alliances and Ideological Differences,” Strategic Analysis, Vol. 32 (3), May 2008.
- “Managing Naxalism in Tamil Nadu,” Tamil Nadu Police Journal, Vol. 2 (1), January –March 2008.
- “Maoist Movement in Nepal and its Tactical Digression: A Study of Strategic Revolutionary Phases and Future Implications,” Strategic Analysis, Vol. 31 (6), November 2007.
- "Nepal: Withering of Peace," Peace and Conflict Monitor (University of Peace, Costa Rica), February 1, 2006.
- "Maoists in Orissa: Growing Tentacles and a Dormant State," Faultlines, Vol. 17, 2006.
- “Naxalism in India: Emerging Issues and Threats,” National Security Series – 2006, United Service Institution of India, New Delhi.