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  • Alex Waterman

    Visiting Fellow
    Archive data: Person was Visiting Fellow at IDSA

    Alex is a doctoral candidate in the School of Politics and International Studies, University of Leeds, UK, with a background in history and security studies.

    His doctoral research focuses on counterinsurgency and the negotiation of order in Northeast India, with a particular focus on Assam and Nagaland. His research interests include insurgency, counterinsurgency, civil wars, intra-state conflict and international relations.

    He is also a research consultant specialising on conflict in Assam, Nagaland and Manipur for the International Institute for Strategic Studies’ “Armed Conflict Database” programme.


    Book Review

    Sumit Ganguly and David Fidler (eds), India and Counterinsurgency: Lessons Learned (2009). London, Routledge.


    “Premature Prospects for Peace in Nagaland,” IISS Voices, 4 March 2016, International Institute for Strategic Studies.

    Publications at IDSA