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Kimberley Anne Nazareth is a Research officer with the ​Nuclear Security Programme (NSP).

She is currently pursuing her PhD at the Centre for Canadian, US & Latin American Studies, School of International Studies (SIS), Jawaharlal Nehru University. Her areas of interest and research include US foreign and domestic polic​ies​.

Her PhD thesis topic is ‘Internal and External Enablers and Constraints on Presidential Leadership: The Making of Barack Obama's Policy on Iran’. ​ She holds an MPhil in International R​elations from JNU, and a Master’s degree in H​istory from the University of Mumbai.

Books   Chapters



Kimberley Anne Nazareth

Trump Vs Obama: US Policy Towards Adversarial StatesIPCS Commentary, No. 5268, 13 April 2017

The Iran Deal Under a Trump PresidencyIPCS Commentary, No. 5169, 7 November 2016

Contextualising Iran: The Nixon and Obama DoctrinesIPCS Commentary, No. 5144, 4 October 2016

NSS in Retrospect: Why not Iran and North Korea?IPCS Commentary, No. 5056, 9 June 2016

Examining Irans Ballistic Missile TestIPCS Commentary, No. 4990, 21 February 2016

Has the Rise and Growth of the Islamic State Benefitted Iran?IPCS Commentary, No. 4951, 29 December 2015

US, China and Iran: A Balancing ActIPCS Commentary, No. 4913, 17 September 2015

Rebalancing: A Complex TriangleIPCS Commentary, No. 4440, 14 May 2014

  External Publications

Trump and TPP: Translating Rhetoric Into Action Will Have Major Implications, South Asia Monitor, 12 December 2016

What Trump’s Win Means for India, Bayside Journal, 9 November 2016

US Policy Towards Syria: Constraints & Enablers, World Focus, June 2016


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