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Saroj Bishoyi

Research Assistant
Email: 
sarojbishoyi@gmail.com
Phone: 
+91 11 2671 7983

Joined IDSA

August 2010

Research Interests and Expertise

India-US High Technology Cooperation, US Export Control, India-US Defence and Security Relations, US Domestic Politics, US Foreign Policy (Asia), Indo-Pacific, and International Relations Theory

Education

PhD in International Relations, American Studies Division, School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi and MPhil in International Relations, University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad. Both his PhD and MPhil research works focused on the Emerging Dimensions of India-US Security Relations. He was awarded the ICSSR Doctoral Fellowship and the UGC Doctoral Scholarship to undertake his doctoral research.

Background

Dr Saroj is currently working with the North American Centre at the Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses (IDSA), New Delhi and Editor of The Week in Review (TWIR), IDSA’s newsletter. He previously served as an Assistant Editor, Journal of Defence Studies; and Research Associate at the YC-NISDA, University of Pune; Researcher at the Foundation for National Security Research (FNSR), New Delhi; and, Selected Works of Jawaharlal Nehru at the Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial Fund (JNMF), New Delhi. He has also taught international relations and theory at the Department of Political Science, School of Open Learning, University of Delhi.

Select Publications

Chapters

  • “The Obama Administration’s Approach to Terrorism in South and West Asia: Implications for India and India-US Relations” in S.D. Muni and Vivek Chadha (eds.), Asia Strategic Review 2016 - Terrorism: Emerging Trends
  • “De-hyphenating of India-Pakistan Relations: United States Strategic Engagements with India and Pakistan” in Sanjay Kumar, Dhirendra Dwivedi and M.S. Hussain (eds.) India-Pakistan Relations: Issues and Challenges, New Delhi, G.B. Books with ARIDSS, 2015, pp. 127-144.
  • “India-US Security Cooperation in Asia: Can India be a Net Security Provider?” in S.D. Muni and Vivek Chadha (eds.), Asia Strategic Review 2015: India as a Security Provider
  • “US-India Security Relations: Focus on Post-9/11 Period” in Amulya K. Tripathy (ed.), Post 9/11 United States-India Relations: Towards an Active Engagement, New Delhi, Reference Press, 2013, pp. 255-286.
  • “International Terrorism and Religious Extremism: Challenges to US and India”, in M. Saleem Kidwai (ed.), US Policy towards the Muslim World: Focus on Post-9/11 Period, Maryland, USA, University Press of America, 2010, pp. 267-288.

Articles

Book Reviews

Publications at IDSA