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  • Alok Rashmi Mukhopadhyay

    Associate Fellow
    +91 11 2671 7983
    Archive data: Person was Associate Fellow at IDSA from October 2003 to October 2010

    Joined IDSA

    October 2003


    European Union, EU-India Strategic Partnership, Radical Islam in the West, Terrorism


    MA (German Studies), The English & Foreign Languages University, Hyderabad

    Current Project

    EU’s role in India’s Neighbourhood, NATO, Changing nature of Counter-Terrorism


    Mr. Mukhopadhyay is a regular contributor to print media and specialised websites on security and strategic affairs and has authored reports and Issue Briefs on crucial issues. He has frequently been interviewed by English, German and vernacular newspapers as well as consulted by foreign diplomats and experts. Mr. Mukhopadhyay was a Salzburg Seminar Fellow in June 2005. He has participated and presented papers in international conferences in India and Europe. He is also in the guest faculty of the Foreign Services Institute (FSI), Ministry of External Affairs, New Delhi.

    Select Publications

    • "The Tale of a Troubled Time", Strategic Analysis, Vol, 32, No. 5, September-October, 2008.
    • "The EU-India Strategic Partnership: From benign neglect to gradual acceptance", Economic Papers 43, Warsaw: Institute for International Studies, Warsaw School of Economics, 2008.
    • "India-EU Strategic Partnership: Need for Multiple Bridges", Indian Foreign Affairs Journal, Cambridge University Press, Vol. 2, No. 4, October-December. 2007.
    • "Radical Islamic Organisations in Europe: South Asia in Their Discourse", Strategic Analysis, Routledge Publication, Vol. 3, No. 2, March- April 2007.
    • "Radical Islam in Europe: Misperceptions and Misconceptions" in Tahir Abbas (Ed.), Islamic Political Radicalism: A European Perspective, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2007.
    • "The Terror Scenario in Europe", Strategic Analysis, Vol. 28, No. 2, April-June 2004

    Other Publications