Jindal Centre for the Global South (JCGS)

Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), particularly poverty eradication, requires national policies, an international and regional cooperation that supports development efforts. The research Centres that are focusing on the Global South studies are very few in the Southern globe in comparison to their number in the North countries. Jindal Centre for the Global South aims to fill this gap and conducts policy-oriented research, dialogue and training into the social, economic and political key issues across countries of the Global South with a special emphasis on South-South Cooperation and its underpinning development opportunities for the Global South countries. The Centre promotes the unity of the South in achieving the SDGs while recognizing the diversity of national interests and priorities.

Jindal Centre for the Global South is affiliated to the School of International Affairs at Jindal Global University (JGU). It draws researchers from across the faculties of social sciences and humanities from inside and outside JGU.

In regard of the aspiration of JGU to become a “Global” university, it was imperative to have a research Centre dedicated to study all issues related to challenges facing the “Global South”. Jindal Centre for the Global South brings research expertise together at Jindal Global University in relation to the Global South, promoting interdisciplinary cooperation among faculties, researchers and students in India and internationally.

The primary objective of the Jindal Centre for the Global South is to become a Centre of excellence that brings together well-established and internationally renowned area of studies focusing on Global South Studies and South-South Cooperation. By bringing together faculty from a variety of disciplines across the social sciences and humanities inside and outside JGU, Jindal Centre for the Global South aims to:

  1. Further and promote top-level international research on Global South studies, development finance and South-South Cooperation.
  2. Become a national, and international hub of intellectual that emphasizes creativity and innovation that provides innovative solutions to the Global South.

Jindal Centre for the Global South works on a wide range of issues relevant to the developing countries, such as development policies, sustainable development, development finance, climate change, global governance, economic and social development, South-South Cooperation, global economic conditions, technology transfer, access to knowledge, international trade, health and food security.

I. Courses: JCGS organizes the following courses for Bachelor’s, and Master’s students: (1). International Development Finance and South-South Cooperation, (2). Political economy of Africa, (3). Politics of Developing Nations, (4). International Political Economy: Topics on Development and Latin America, (5). Sustainable Development and Climate Change, and (6). The Politics of Development.

II. Research and Publications: Developing a strong research agenda focused around three key themes:

  • Addressing Global South development challenges.
  • Assessing the role of South-South Cooperation in addressing the 2030’s Global Agenda for sustainable development.
  • Mapping innovative finance for development mechanisms.

III. Conferences, seminars, workshops and other events: Organizing conferences, seminars, workshops, and other events like public lectures and reading sessions.

IV. Active Collaboration: Build a strong network with other national and international Global South studies and South-South Cooperation research institutions inside and outside India, in order to share ideas and to promote active exchange of research scholars and students (i.e. institutions from India -RIS, and international institutions-Institute for Global Dialogue in South Africa).

Global South Research Lab (GSRL)

Jindal Centre for the Global South

Who we are (the focus of our lab’s work):

At the Global South Research Lab (GSRL) – a research lab affiliated to Jindal Centre for the Global South – we generate empirical evidence on the socio-economic and political key issues across regions/countries of the Global South. Our projects examine the challenges that are facing the Southern Globe in attaining the Global Agenda 2030 Sustainable Development Goals.


GSRL’s research primarily involves designing, monitoring, and analyzing data related to issues relevant to southern countries, such as development policies, sustainable development, development finance, climate change, global governance, economic and social development, South-South Cooperation, global economic conditions, technology transfer, access to knowledge, international trade, health, and food security.


We believe we can produce more and better research by creating a common infrastructure whether geographic or sectoral, upon which to then engage in research and policy work. Geographic research clusters in India and Egypt collect long-term panel data on economic and social outcomes. Our researchers also work to improve research methodologies for using survey data, machine learning, and meta-analysis in the context of international development.


Our Team

GPRL is directed by Prof. (Dr.) Hebatallah Adam, who is Assistant Professor of Economics at O.P. Jindal Global University (Haryana – India.), School of International Affairs (JSIA), and the Executive Director of Jindal Centre for the Global South. She has more than 16 years of academic teaching experience in Egypt at Ain-Shams University. Professor Hebatallah has been awarded her degrees from Egypt and France. She has completed her Ph.D. thesis on “The Role of Microfinance in Poverty Alleviation in Egypt: A Comparative Study” (Ain Shams University, Egypt). She has earned two masters’ degrees. One is M.Sc. of Economics “The Effects of Trade Liberalization on the Egyptian Economy: A Comparative Study with South Korea” (Ain Shams University, Egypt), and another is M.Sc. of Management Control and Audit “Corporate Governance in Egypt: Evaluation of applied rules” (Paris1-Panthéon – Sorbonne University, France). She has two bachelor degrees in Commerce from Egypt (Ain Shams University) and France (Poitiers University). 


Professor Hebatallah Adam has academic teaching experience in economics to undergraduate as well as postgraduates’ students. During her career, she has taught different courses in multiple languages (English, French and Arabic), including: International development finance and south-south cooperation, Political economy, Political economy of Africa, Microeconomics and Macroeconomics, Economic Policies Analysis, International Economics, Applied Economics, Economic Development, Resource Economics, Public Finance, Foreign Direct Investment, Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis, and Money and Banking.


Dr. Hebatallah Adam has under her supervision Master and Ph.D. students who are working on different research subjects, for instance:

  • Economics of using nuclear power to generate electricity
  • Economic Impact of the Increasing Palestinian Public Debt
  • Economic legislations and their role in encouraging investment in Egypt
  • Role of SME’s in women empowerment in Egypt (Comparative study)
  • Financial inclusion and poverty alleviation in Egypt

Professor Hebatallah is interested in research areas that are related to international development economics, development finance, global south studies, international trade, sustainable economic development, green economics, microfinance and financial inclusion.

Our team includes research associates and research analysts, support our director’ projects and contribute closely to the overall research activities of Jindal Centre for the Global South. GPRL’ research team comprised young academic researchers working on a wide range of issues. The broad areas of associates are specialized in international economics, development economics, agricultural economics, public finance, monetary economics, political economy of rural development, globalization and human development. Specifically, they have very enriched command on various issues such as poverty, education, rural development, micro-financing, social development, Islamic finance, etc. Our associates have their expertise and affiliation from numerous prestigious institutions, such as Panjab University, Chandigarh, Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University Lucknow, UP, Punjabi University, Patiala, Punjab, Research and Information System for Developing Countries (RIS)-New Delhi, Centre for Development Studies (CDS), Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, Punjab State Farmers Commission, Mohali, Punjab, Cluster University Srinagar, J&K, Ramgarhia College, Phagwara, Punjab, etc. 



Global South Research Lab (GSRL) Team


Director of Global South Research Lab (GSRL)

Prof. (Dr.) Hebatallah Adam

Assistant Professor of Economics

Executive Director of Jindal Centre of the Global South (JCGS)

Jindal School of International Affairs (JSIA)

O.P. Jindal Global University (JGU)

Haryana, India

E-mail: dhadam@jgu.edu.in

Research Associates Affiliated to Global South Research Lab (GSRL)

Dr. Naveed Lone

Assistant Professor of Economics

AAA Memorial College

Bemina Cluster University Srinagar (J&K)

India.

  • Bachelors and Master’s degrees from the University of Kashmir in 2009 and 2011, respectively.
  • PhD from the school of Social Sciences Department of Economics BBAU Lucknow India, 2016.
  • Visiting Fellow: BGSBU in the Department of Economics and Islamic University of Science and Technology Awantipora Pulwama.
  • Research interest: Monetary Economic Issues, Social Development and Islamic Finance.

Jaskaran Singh

Assistant Professor Dept. of Economics, Ramgarhia College, Phagwara, Punjab, India

  • M.A. Economics (2010) and M.Phil, Economics (2012) from Panjab University Chandigarh.
  • PhD. thesis submitted, titled ‘Socio-Economic Impact of Acquisition and Sale of Agricultural Land in Punjab’ at Economics Department, Punjabi University, Patiala.
  • Engaged with the Punjab State Farmers Commission, Mohali as a Research Associate for more than three years.
  • Research interest:  Agrarian issues, Political Economy of Development, and Macro Economic Theory.

Firdous Malik

Doctoral Fellow

Department of Economics

Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University Lucknow, India.

  • MPhil degree in Economics from Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University Lucknow, a Master’s degree in Economics from Kashmir University.
  • Full time PhD fellow at Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University Lucknow, India.
  • He has published papers in springer, Elsevier, and other Scopus indexed journals. One book on “Financial Behavior of Urban Destitutes in Indian” Notion Press First Published by Notion Press 2020-ISBN 978-1-64783-383-1
  • Research Interest: Microfinance, Development Economics, Urban- Rural Poverty, Monetary Economics, Public Finance, Inclusive Education, financial behavior of poorest of the poor, financial inclusion, and financial literacy.

Kamlesh Goyal

Doctoral Fellow

Department of Economics,

Punjabi University, Patiala, India.

  • Pursuing Ph.D. on ‘Globalization and Human Development in India’ at the Department of Economics, Punjabi University, Patiala, India.
  • He was an IBSA Fellow at Research and Information System for Developing Countries (RIS) New Delhi and worked on ‘Trilateral Collaboration in the Health Sector among IBSA countries.
  • He was also a K.N. Raj Fellow at Centre for Development Studies, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala (2018-19).
  • Research Interest: Globalization, Human Development, Development Economics, International Trade in context of Indian Economy.

Research Assistants Affiliated to Global South Research Lab (GSRL)

Vishal Rajput

Research Assistant
Centre for Strategic Studies and Simulation, United Service Institution of India.
New Delhi, India

  • Pursuing advanced post-graduation in International Relations and Area Studies from MMAJ Academy of International Studies, Jamia Millia Islamia.
  • Have completed B.A. (Hons) in Political Science from Aligarh Muslim University.
  • Working as Non-Resident Researcher with Centre for Security Analysis and Prevention, Prague, Czech Republic.
  • Worked as Junior Research Fellow in Centre for Vietnam Studies, New Delhi.
  • Have written several articles on Diplomatist Magazine, Centrum pro pro bezpečnostní analýzy a prevenci United Service Institution of India, The Citizen and Youth Ki Awaaz.
  • Presented many research papers in International and National Conferences and Symposium.

Arun Teja Polcumpally

Doctoral  Research Fellow

Jindal School of International Affairs(JSIA)

Haryana, India.

  • Arun Teja Polcumpally is currently a doctoral fellow at Jindal School of International Studies, working on the “Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Global Power Structure.”
  • He worked as research assistant at Foundation for Democratic Reforms, Hyderabad in 2018 before becoming campaigning manager at Social Post Political consultancy.
  • He also worked as a research intern in Indian Council of World Affairs in 2017.
  • Bachelors in Electrical and Electronics engineering with Masters in International Studies makes him best suitable for multi-disciplinary research.
  • Research Interest: Technology Policy, Science & Technology Studies, Anticipatory Governance of emerging technology, Societal Impact of Hyper digital Technologies

Shreya Meshra

Junior Research Fellow
Jindal School of International Affairs (JSIA)
O.P. Jindal Global University (JGU)
Haryana, India

  • Bachelor of Arts (major in Political Science) and Master of Arts (International Relations) from IGNOU.
  • Work experience in think tanks like RIS, Observer Research Foundation and IDSA.
  • Research Interests– Indian Foreign Policy; Area studies in South Asia, South-east Asia, East Asia and Indo-Pacific and International relations theory and praxis.

About the Publication

Global South Studies Series (GSSS) is the Online Publication of Jindal Centre for the Global South (JCGS), a research centre affiliated to the School of International Affairs (JSIA) at O.P. Jindal Global University, Haryana-India.

Global South Studies Series (GSSS) focuses on the countries and peoples of the “global south,” including those in Africa, Asia, Latin America, the Middle East.

GSSS solicits high-quality, academic papers/articles on a broad range of issues and topics affecting these countries and peoples. Such papers may address questions involving politics, history, economics, culture, social organization, legal systems, agriculture, the environment, global institutions and systems, justice, and more. Global South Studies Series (GSSS) aims to promote a wider and better understanding of our world and its peoples.

(Our website address: https://globalsouthseries.in)

Code of Ethics

A. Journal Editor’s Responsibilities

  • To act in a balanced, objective, and fair way in carrying out editorial duties, without bias or discrimination on the grounds of gender, sexual orientation, religious or political beliefs, ethnicity, or geographical origin of the journal authors. 
  • To reject or accept articles for publication, including “desk rejections” when applicable, and to acknowledge their authority and responsibility for so doing. 
  • To recognize potential conflicts of interest with regard to individual submissions and to take appropriate action to ensure that these conflicts do not affect a submission’s consideration for publication, acceptance, or rejection. 
  • To preserve the anonymity of the journal peer reviewers and/or journal authors, depending on the journal’s peer review process. 
  • To communicate the status of consideration and to share comments and/or peer reviews with the journal authors and to provide a decision within a reasonable peer review period. 
  • If a material error is found, to promote publication of a correction or retraction as appropriate and feasible. 

B. Journal Peer Reviewer’s Responsibilities

  • To contribute to the journal editor’s decision-making process and to assist in improving the quality of the papers under review by critiquing manuscripts thoroughly and objectively. 
  • To disclose to the journal editor any potential conflict of interest with respect to the research, the authors [if not double-blind], and/or the research funders for a manuscript, and, if appropriate, withdrawing their peer review services for that manuscript. 
  • To point out by citation any similar published work that is not yet cited in the manuscript under review. 
  • To maintain the confidentiality of any information supplied by the journal editor or journal author. Peer reviewers should not retain, discuss, or distribute copies of reviewed manuscripts. 
  • To provide the peer review to the journal editor by the specified due date or any extension thereof, or to withdraw from the peer review process if the reviewer cannot complete the review within a reasonable time frame. 

C. Journal Author’s Responsibilities

  • To affirm that the manuscript submitted is not under consideration or accepted for publication elsewhere. 
  • To participate in the journal’s peer review process. Authors will have the opportunity to suggest peer reviewers for their submissions, and to alert the journal editor if they believe particular scholars would not be appropriate peer reviewers for the manuscript in question. 
  • To confirm that the work submitted is original and to acknowledge and cite content drawn or reproduced from other sources. Authors should obtain all permissions necessary when reproducing content drawn from other sources. 
  • To notify promptly the journal editor or journal publisher if/when a significant error in the publication is identified. Authors should work with the journal editor and journal publisher to publish an erratum, addendum, or retraction where this action is deemed appropriate and necessary. 
  • To formally inform the editors if they wish to withdraw an article from consideration for any reason. 

Submit an Article

GUIDELINES FOR SUBMISSION OF MANUSCRIPTS

  1. All manuscript submissions should be submitted, as Microsoft Word files, to Jindal Centre for the Global South at jcgs@jgu.edu.in
  2. The maximum word length is 5000 words including all references, figures and tables. Time New Romans, Title 14 and Body 12, Line spacing 1.5.
  3. Depending on the nature of one’s paper, generally most papers would need the following sections: introduction, literature review, methods of data collection (if relevant), presentation and analysis of data collected, and summary/conclusion. Well-structured papers make it easier for reviewers to scrutinize and evaluate the quality of arguments and analysis.
  4. Rules of Plagiarism are applied
  5. Referencing Style: APA Referencing Style
  6. The name of the author, institutional affiliation, and contact information should not appear on the paper. This information should be provided on a separate page. This is to ensure the anonymity of the author to the reviewers of the paper. The journal’s review process is double-blind (i.e., neither the author(s) nor the reviewers know each other).
  7. The title of the paper should be at the top of the first page and centered. An abstract should be included and is limited to 250 words.
  8. All spelling must be in British English.

Editorial Board

A. Editor-in-Chief

Prof. (Dr.) Hebatallah Adam

Assistant Professor of Economics

Executive Director of Jindal Centre of the Global South (JCGS)

Jindal School of International Affairs (JSIA)

O.P. Jindal Global University (JGU)

Haryana, India

E-mail: dhadam@jgu.edu.in

B. Editorial Board Members

Ambassador. Prof. (Dr.) Mohan Kumar

Professor and Vice Dean

Jindal School of International Affairs (JSIA)

O.P. Jindal Global University (JGU)

Haryana, India

E-mail: mohan@jgu.edu.in

Prof. (Dr.) Milindo Chakrabarti

Professor of Economics

Jindal School of Government and Public Policy (JSGP)

O.P. Jindal Global University (JGU)

Haryana, India

E-mail: mchakrabarti@jgu.edu.in

Prof. Pritam Singh

Emeritus Professor of Economics

Oxford Business School – UK

E-mail: pritam.singh@wolfson.ox.ac.uk

Prof. (Dr.) Ravinder Rena

Professor of Economics

NWU Business School North-West University

South Africa

E-mail: ravinder.rena@gmail.com

 

Prof. (Dr.) Balwinder Singh Tiwana 

Professor of Economics

Punjabi University

Patialia, India

E-mail: balwinderstiwana@gmail.com

 

Prof. (Dr.)  Bashar H. Malkawi)

Professor of Law

College of Law – University of Sharjah

United Arab Emirates

E-mail: bmalkawi@gmail.com

Prof. (Dr.) Mohammad Rishad Faridi

Assistant Professor of Marketing, Coordinator of Faculty Members & Students Development

Prince Sattam Bin Abdulaziz University

Al-Kharj, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

E-mail:  m.faridi@psau.edu.sa

Prof. (Dr.) Shahid Amin 

Assistant Professor of Management

School of Management

ITM University

Gwalior, India

E-mail: dr.shahidamin15@gmail.com

 

Prof. (Dr.) Naveed Lone 

Assistant Professor of Economics

AAA Memorial College

Bemina Cluster University Srinagar Jammu and Kashmir, India

E-mail: lonenaveed@gmail.com

 

Prof. (Dr.) Faisal Gazi

Assistant Professor of Economics

Jannat Al-Iraq Private College

Iraq

E-mail:  faisalghazi201@gmail.com

Prof. (Dr.) Vinod A S 

Assistant Professor – Ph.D.

PG Department of Commerce, Mahatma Gandhi College

Trivandrum, India

E-mail: vinodsreedher@gmail.com

Prof. (Dr.)  V.G. GIRISH 

Associate Professor

Department of Business Administration

The Catholic University of Korea Republic of South Korea 

E-mail: girishcuk@gmail.com

Prof. (Dr.)  Arhan Sthapit

PhD (Doctor of Philosophy) in Management

Faculty of Management & Law

Nepal Open University

Nepal

E-mail: arhansthapit@gmail.com

Dr. Philani Mthembu Executive Director

Institute for Global Dialogue (IGD) associated with UNISA

Co-founder: Berlin Forum on Global Politics

South Africa

E-mail:  philani@igd.org.za

Hebatallah Adam

Hebatallah Adam

Executive Director

Mohan Kumar

Mohan Kumar

Milindo Chakrabarti

Milindo Chakrabarti

Research Interns – JGU Students

Aadya Gupta

Jindal Global Law School

Aastha Kapoor

Jindal Global Law School
Aesha Anurag ShahJindal Global Law School
Akshara GeraJindal Global Law School
Anika KumarJindal Global Law School

Anoushka Shah

Jindal Global Law School

Anushka

Jindal Global Law School
Anushka SaraswatJindal School of International Affairs 

Apurva Aggarwal

Jindal Global Business School

Carishma Bhargava

Jindal Global Law School

Dhruv Kumar Jha

Jindal School of International Affairs 

Digvijay Bhuyan

Jindal School of International Affairs

Disha Mishra

Jindal School of International Affairs 

Drishti Rajain

Jindal Global Law School

Hariharan C

Jindal School of International Affairs 

Ichchhit Goswami

Jindal Global Law School 

Ira S Mahajan

Jindal Global Law School
Isha Sahai BhatnagarJindal School of Journalism and communications

Ishan Saxena

Jindal Global Law School

Jahnavi YalavartiJindal School of International Affairs 
Janavi VenkateshJindal Global Law School

Karishma Sree

Jindal Global Law School
Parth ParikhJindal Global Law School 
Prithviraj KhannaJindal Global Law School

Riya Pahuja

Jindal Global Law School 

Sanjana Sinha

Jindal Global Law School 

Sanskrita Tripathi

Jindal School of International Affairs 
Sheetal SinhaJindal School of International Affairs 
Siya BindalJindal School of International Affairs 
Sparsh ChavanJindal Global Law School
Sudhanva KumarJindal Global Law School
Swati Lakshmi BatchuJindal School of International Affairs 
Tahhira SomalJindal Global Law School

Tanushree Bhattacharya

Jindal Global Law School
Utkarsh RaiJindal Global Law School 
Varsha VenkatramanJindal School of International Affairs 
Vedika KakarJindal Global Law School
Vrishti ShamiJindal Global Law School,

Research Interns – Indian Nationals

NameUniversityDegree

Aneedrisha Hazarika

Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi

Ph.D. fellow, Centre for Indo-Pacific Studies (CIPS), School of International Studies (SIS), India

Aru Bhardwaj

Punjabi University, IndiaUndergraduate Candidate in Economics at Department of Economics, Punjabi University, India.

Ashima Singh

OP Jindal Global UniversityMaster of Arts in Public Policy School of Government and Public Policy, India

Katyayan Sharma

OP Jindal Global University

Master of Arts in Public Policy School of Government and Public Policy, India

Sharmishtha Singh 

Paris School of International Affairs, Sciences Po, ParisMaster’s level [Non-Degree] Exchange Programme, International Relations Erasmus International Scholarship, India

Sirat Bhalla

University of DelhiUndergraduate – BA Hons. Political Science, Janki Devi Memorial College, India

Yashvi Barot

University of MumbaiFYBA, St. Xavier’s College, India

International Research Interns (Egyptians Interns)

NameUniversityDegree

Abdelrahman Mohamed Atef

Alexandria University

Student 4th Year – Faculty of Economics and Political Science – Major: Political Science

Abdulrahman Fahmy

Cairo University

Student 1st Year – Faculty of Economics and Political Science

Aisha Sameh Abbas Ashry

Cairo University

Student 3rd Year – Faculty of Economics and Political Science

Major: Political Science ‐ Minor: Public Administration

Aliaa Tarek

Cairo UniversityStudent 4th Year – Faculty of Economics and Political Science

Areij Mohamed Gomaa Abdullah

Cairo University

Student 2nd Year- Faculty of Economics and Political Science

Aya Osama Kamel

Cairo UniversityBachelor degree in Political Science – Faculty of Economics and Political Science

Aya Salah El Din Bayoumy

Cairo University

Bachelor’s degree in Political science.

Major: political science. Minor: public administration.

Faculty of Economics and Political Science

Ayatallah Akmal Mohamed Shawky

Cairo UniversityBachelor degree in Political Science – Faculty of Economics and Political Science

Hussein El Najjar

Assuit University

Diploma in Public Policy and Child Rights (DPPCR) – Faculty of Commerce

Mai  Mohey Aglan

Cairo UniversityBachelor degree in Political Science – Faculty of Economics and Political Science

Mai Alaa Abdelbary

Arab Academy for Science and Technology

MSc in Business Administration with a major in Banking and Finance

Mennatullah Gasser

Cairo University

Master’s degree in Political Science: Faculty of Economics and Political Science

Merihan Sobhi Elsalakawy

Alexandria University

Bachelor of Political Sciences – Faculty of Economic Studies and Political Sciences

Mohamed Abdallah Metwally

Ain Shams University

Pre-Master -Department of Economics

Mohamed Elbedewy

Cairo University

Student 2nd year – Faculty of Economics and Political science, Economic Major.

Monica Adel Anton

Cairo University

Bachelor degree in Political Science – Faculty of Economics and Political Science

Major: Political science, Minor: Statistics

Mostafa Ayman Aboelwafa

Beni Suef University

Bachelor of Economics and Political Science – Major Economics and Statistics

Nermeen Elsheikh

Cairo UniversityStudent 4th Year – Faculty of Economics and Political Science

Nourhan Manar Zaki Ali Elalem

Ain Shams University

Bachelor degree in Business Administration (English section) – Faculty of Business

Rawan Ibrahim Mohamed

Cairo University

Bachelor degree in Political Science – Faculty of Economics and Political Science

Sandy Ashraf Shenouda Sedra

Cairo University

Student 4th Year – Faculty of Economics and Political Science

Major: Social Science Computing – Data Science

Shaymaa Sherif Abdallah

Cairo University

Bachelor degree in Political Science – Faculty of Economics and Political Science

Youmna Selim

Cairo University

Student 4th Year – Faculty of Business Administration

Major: Business administration

Youstina Ebeid Shehata Georgy

Cairo UniversityStudent 3rd Year – Faculty of Economics and Political
Science – Major: Political Science

Zeyad El-Tahry

Cairo University

Bachelor degree in Political Science – Faculty of Economics and Political Science

Major: Political science, Minor: Statistics

Shreya Mishra

Junior Research Fellow

Jindal School of International Affairs (JSIA)

O.P. Jindal Global University (JGU)

Haryana, India

shreya@jgu.edu.in

Arun Teja Polcumpally

Doctoral Research Fellow

Jindal School of International Affairs (JSIA)

Haryana, India

E-mail: atpolcumpally@jgu.edu.in

Vishal Rajput

Research Assistant

Centre for Strategic Studies and Simulation, United Service Institution of India

New Delhi, India

E-mail: Vishal182111@st.jmi.sc.in

Sabyasachi Biswal

Master Research fellow

Master of Arts (Diplomacy, International Law, and Business)

Jindal School of International Affairs (JSIA)

O.P. Jindal Global University (JGU)

Haryana, India

E-Mail: 18jsia-sabyasachi.b@jgu.edu.in

DEEBU R

Student in Jindal Global Law School

O.P. Jindal Global University (JGU)

Haryana, India

Muskan Manish Tibrewala

Student in Jindal Global Law School

O.P. Jindal Global University (JGU)

Haryana, India

Sushruti Verma

Student in Jindal Global Law School

O.P. Jindal Global University (JGU)

Haryana, India

Tharun Rana Vuyyuru

Student in Jindal Global Law School

O.P. Jindal Global University (JGU)

Haryana, India

K ANIRUDDHA

Student in Jindal Global Law School

O.P. Jindal Global University (JGU)

Haryana, India

Sukirti Agrawal

Student in Jindal Global Law School

O.P. Jindal Global University (JGU)

Haryana, India

Trisha Mittal

 

MA Diplomacy, Law & Business, first year.

O.P. Jindal Global University (JGU)

Haryana, India

Dr. Hebatallah Adam

Assistant Professor of Economics

Executive Director of Jindal Centre of the Global South (JCGS)

Jindal School of International Affairs (JSIA)

O.P. Jindal Global University (JGU)

Address: O.P. Jindal Global University, Sonipat Narela Road, Near Jagdishpur Village.

Haryana-131001 (NCR of Delhi), India

www.jsia.edu.in; www.jgu.edu.in

E-mail: jcgs@jgu.edu.in

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