Sreeram Chaulia is dean at the Jindal School of International Affairs in Sonipat, India. He holds a PhD in international relations from the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs in Syracuse, New York.
He is the first ever B. Raman Fellow for Geopolitical Analysis at The Takshashila Institution, a strategic affairs think tank.
Chaulia is also columnist at The Asian Age, published in New Delhi.
His opinion editorials and book reviews on terrorism, geopolitics, war and peace, human rights, foreign policy and political economy have been published in India's leading newspapers. He is also foreign affairs columnist for Dubai-based bi-monthly magazine, International Indian.
Chaulia's academic articles have appeared in scholarly journals such as International Politics, World Affairs, Journal of Refugee Studies, Journal of Humanitarian Assistance, Journal of South Asian Studies, Contemporary South Asia, Economic and Political Weekly and International Journal of Peace Studies.
Between 2003 and 2007, Chaulia worked as an International Civilian Peacekeeper for Nonviolent Peaceforce in war-torn parts of Sri Lanka and the Philippines. He has also served at the headquarters of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees in Switzerland and the International Rescue Committee in the United States.
Chaulia is an advocate and activist for popular struggles in Tibet and Burma.
His most recent book, "International Organizations and Civilian Protection: Power, Ideas and Humanitarian Aid in Conflict Zones," was published by I.B. Tauris in London.
His latest book, "Politics of the Global Economic Crisis: Regulation, Responsibility and Radicalism," will be published soon by Routledge Publications.