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Impact of Demographics on Global Politics
25 May 2017,1530-1700 hrs
Date & Time: Thursday, 25 May 2017, at 1530-1700 hrs
Venue: IPCS Conference Room
Speaker: Dr Amit Gupta, Associate Professor, Department of International Security Studies, USAF Air War College
 

On 25 May 2017, IPCS hosted a discussion on 'Impact of Demographics on Global Politics'. The discussion took place from 1530 hrs to 1700 hrs in the IPCS Conference Room.
 
PROGRAMME 

1530-1600 hrs
Dr Amit Gupta 
Associate Professor, Department of International Security Studies, USAF Air War College 

1600-1700 hrs
Discussion

1700 hrs
Tea
 
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Dr Amit Gupta is Associate Professor, Department of Strategy and International Security Studies, US Air Force (USAF) Air War College. He worked as Assistant and Associate Professor, Stonehill College from 1997 to 2000, and as Visiting Assistant Professor at the University of Illinois from 1995 till 1997. He was an Instructor at Illinois Wesleyan University for a year in 1994-1995. He is the author of Building an Arsenal (Praeger), and co-editor with Raju GC Thomas of India’s Nuclear Security (Lynne Rienner). Dr Gupta was educated at the University of Delhi and the Australian National University, and has a PhD from the University of Illinois. 
 
 
 

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