Amit Ranjan is currently a Research Fellow at the Indian Council of World Affairs in New Delhi. He earned his PhD in South Asian Studies from the School of International Studies at Jawaharlal Nehru University, also in New Delhi, in 2013. His essays have appeared in Journal of Asian Politics and History, Asian Affairs, Foreign Policy Research Centre Journal, Himalayan and Central Asian Studies, Pakistaniat: A Journal of Pakistan Study, and several scholarly and popular outlets. His ongoing research interests include disputes and conflicts over water, Indian foreign policy and internal security, and Pakistan.
Selected Scholarly Articles
- Afghanistan Quagmire and India-Pakistan “Strategic” Rivalry: Is Cooperation Possible?
- Drone Attacks In Afghanistan and Af-Pak region
- Rivers and Culture
- Water Disputes between Punjab and Sindh: A Challenge to Pakistan
- Breaking the Glass Ceiling: A Dilemma in the Making of Foreign Policy in South Asia