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Angshuman Choudhury is a Researcher, and the Coordinator of the Southeast Asia Research Programme (SEARP) at the Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies with a research focus on regional armed conflicts, transnational terrorism and peace processes. 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
Researcher, and Coordinator ​,​​ Southeast Asia Research Programme​(SEARP)​

  External Publications

Mad Rush To Repatriate Rohingya Refugees, Asia Times, 2 February 2018

Opinion: China Leveraged Rohingya Crisis. India was Timid., WION, 29 December 2017

Donald Trump's Jerusalem Decision: India's 'Independent' Stand Reflects Neutrality Over Israel-Palestine Issue, Firstpost, 08 December 2017

Resolving the Northern Stalemate is the Key to Peace in Myanmar, Tea Circle Oxford, 28 November 2017

What Tillerson’s Myanmar Visit Means, The Diplomat, 22 November 2017

Myanmar’s institutional subversion of the Rohingya identity makes repatriation problematic, Firstpost, 20 November 2017

Nation At 9: Indian Army Contains Insurgency at Indo-Myanmar Border, NewsX, 27 September 2017

Rohingyas: Grave Inconsistencies if not Denial Marks Aung Suu Kyi's Speech, WION, 21 September 2017

By not Calling Out Aung San Suu Kyi Over Rohingya Crisis, Narendra Modi has Chosen Logic Over Morals, Firstpost, 12 September 2017

The Triple Talaq Judgment and Gender Emancipation as Vote-Bank Politics, Huffingtonpost, 22 August 2017

Unpacking the Myanmar Commander-in-Chief’s Grand India Visit, The Diplomat, 28 July 2017

How Jade, the Precious Stone, is Funding Ethnic Conflicts in Myanmar, WION, 24 July 2017

Faced With State Repression, Journalists in Myanmar Push Back Strongly, Scroll.in, 11 July 2017

New Fissures in Myanmar’s Peace Process, The Irrawaddy, 12 May 2017

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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