Dr. Sreeram Chaulia is Professor and Dean at the Jindal School of International Affairs of O.P. Jindal Global University. He holds a Doctorate (Ph.D.) and a Master of Arts (M.A.) in Political Science and International Relations from the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University, USA. He holds a Master of Science (MSc.) degree in History of International Relations at the London School of Economics and Political Science, UK. He was a Radhakrishnan British Chevening Scholar at the University of Oxford, UK, where he obtained a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Modern History. He also has a Bachelor of Arts Honours (B.A. Hons.) from St. Stephen’s College, University of Delhi, India.
Professor Chaulia’s areas of specialisation include diplomacy, foreign policy, comparative politics, international political economy, international organisations, armed conflict, humanitarian practices, and contemporary world history. He has over eight hundred and fifty publications to his credit. His writings have appeared in journals in the USA, UK, Australia, Canada and India, some of which are Seton Hall Journal of Diplomacy and International Relations; Journal of Refugee Studies, Journal of Humanitarian Assistance, International Politics, World Affairs, International Journal of Peace Studies, South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies, Economic and Political Weekly, Contemporary South Asia Journal and India Quarterly. Prof. Chaulia is Contributing Editor to the book PEOPLE WHO INFLUENCED THE WORLD OVER THE PAST 100 YEARS (2005), published by Murray Books, Adelaide. He is the author of the book INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS AND CIVILIAN PROTECTION: POWER, IDEAS AND HUMANITARIAN AID IN CONFLICT ZONES (2011), published by I.B. Tauris, London, and a contributor of two chapters to the book HANDBOOK OF INDIA’S INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS (2011), published by Routledge, London. His book, POLITICS OF THE GLOBAL ECONOMIC CRISIS: REGULATION, RESPONSIBILITY AND RADICALISM was published in 2013 by Routledge, New York, London & New Delhi. His book, MODI DOCTRINE: THE FOREIGN POLICY OF INDIA’S PRIME MINISTER was published in 2016 by Bloomsbury, New York, Sydney, London & New Delhi. His forthcoming book is TRUMPED: EMERGING POWERS IN A POST-AMERICAN WORLD .
Professor Chaulia publishes a fortnightly ‘Foreign Pulse’ column in ‘The Asian Age’/’Deccan Chronicle’ and also writes columns in ‘The Economic Times’ and ‘The Times of India’. He was a long time op-ed columnist on international current affairs for the Washington D.C.-based ‘The Globalist’, Hong Kong-based ‘Asia Times’ and the New Delhi-based ‘Financial Express’. His op-eds have also appeared in leading newspapers, including ‘The Wall Street Journal’, ‘Japan Times’, ‘South China Morning Post’, ‘The Straits Times’, ‘Hindustan Times’, ‘The Hindu’, ‘The Statesman’ and ‘New Indian Express’.
Professor Chaulia has been interviewed on issues relating to the global economy, contemporary armed conflicts and world politics by Russia Today TV (Moscow), the Xinhua Network (Beijing), South Africa Broadcasting Corporation (Johannesburg), Voice of America, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Al Jazeera TV, Associated Press, Agence-France Presse, ‘The New York Times’, ‘USA Today’ and ‘Forbes’. He was a frequent contributor to the Singapore-based syndicated columnist service, ‘Opinion Asia’, and has been cited in the world media for his analytical articles on pressing current events. He is a regular commentator on international current issues on Lok Sabha TV, Rajya Sabha TV, DD News and Republic TV in India.
Prof. Chaulia has worked as an international civilian peacekeeper for the Brussells-based NGO, Nonviolent Peace force, in the war zones of eastern Sri Lanka and southern Philippines for over three years. He was a Contributing Editor serving on the Board of the Kashmir News Network (KNN), a rights advocacy organisation for minority victims of ethnic cleansing in the Indian state of Jammu & Kashmir. He is an advocate for freedom movements in Burma and Tibet and has written extensively about the problems of repression and human suffering under authoritarian regimes
Diplomacy, Foreign Policy, comparative politics, international political economy, international organisations, armed conflict, humanitarian practices, and contemporary world history.