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Atul Mishra (PhD, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi) is an assistant professor in international politics at the School of International Studies, Central University of Gujarat, Gandhinagar, India. His work links theory, history, and policy in the context of Indian and South Asian international relations. His writings on state formation in South Asia and aspects of India’s contemporary foreign policy have been published in The Economic and Political Weekly , Studies in Indian Politics , South Asian Survey and Strategic Analysis , while he co-authored the book Nuclear South Asia: Keywords and Concepts (Routledge, 2014).

Research areas:  Asia

Publications

The evolving domestic drivers of Indian foreign policy
 Indian Prime Minister Modi_by U.S. Department of State with United States government works licence Atul Mishra , Jason Miklian 19 January 2016
India’s landmark 2014 election brought Prime Minister Narendra Modi to power with a broad mandate to reshape the country’s foreign policy. more  

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