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Angshuman Choudhury is a Research officer at the Southeast Asia Research Programme (SEARP) at the Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies (IPCS). His research interests include localised insurgencies, regional armed conflicts, and global terrorism and counterterrorism). He has recently concluded a dissertation on the United Liberation Front of Assam (ULFA) with a focus on the organisation's historical trajectory through Social Movement Theory (SMT).

He holds a Bachelor's degree in History from Ramjas College, Delhi University, and a Masters degree in Conflict Prevention & Peacebuilding from the School of Government and International Affairs, Durham University, UK. He is also an independent photojournalist and filmmaker, and is currently working on a documentary film on urban student movements in India.

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Angshuman Choudhury
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  External Publications

Rohingyas in Suu Kyi’s Myanmar: Why the Limbo Prevails, South Asia Journal, 03 January 2017

Demonetisation is Hardly a Durable Solution To Fake Currency: Here's Why, Firstpost, 15 November 2016

The Myanmar Border Attacks: The Elusive Contours of 'Rohingya Extremism', WION, 25 October 2016

Panglong Peace Conference: Stakeholders Get Together to Discuss Ethnic Discord and Armed Conflict in Myanmar, WION, 07 October 2016

Terrorism is not Just Religion: Decoding the Socio-Political Setups Within Islamic State, Firstpost, 11 July 2016


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