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Dr. Amit Gupta is Associate Professor, Department of Strategy and International Security Studies USAF Air War College since 2005.He worked as Assistant and Associate Professor, Stonehill College from 1997 to 2000 and also as Visiting Assistant Professor, University of Illinois from 1995 till 1997.He worked as an Instructor at Illinois Wesleyan University for a period of one year (1994-1995).

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Amit Gupta
Visiting Fellow

The Iran Deal: Is it Hard to Resist?IPCS Commentary, No. 4902, 27 July 2015

PR Chari: Scholar, Gentleman, Institution BuilderIPCS Commentary, No. 4901, 26 July 2015

The Battle against FIFA: Combating Corruption or Combating Power Transition?IPCS Commentary, No. 4880, 29 May 2015

Why the Rafale Deal Must be WelcomedIPCS Commentary, No. 4865, 20 April 2015

Obama’s Rapprochement with CubaIPCS Commentary, No. 4795, 5 January 2015

China's Global Ambition: Need to Emulate GermanyIPCS Commentary, No. 4761, 1 December 2014

Mid-Term Elections: So What If the US Swings Hard Right?IPCS Commentary, No. 4729, 4 November 2014

Modi’s US Visit: So Much Promise, Such Little OutcomeIPCS Commentary, No. 4681, 6 October 2014

India and Australia: Beyond Curry, Cricket, and CommonwealthIPCS Commentary, No. 4639, 1 September 2014

Obama’s Russian DilemmaIPCS Commentary, No. 4603, 12 August 2014

And Then There is the Middle East: The Lack of an End-GameIPCS Commentary, No. 4593, 4 August 2014

US and the World Cup: Nationalism without Football?IPCS Commentary, No. 4546, 7 July 2014

India-US: Will Modi and Obama Come Together?IPCS Commentary, No. 4488, 3 June 2014

India, Pakistan and Tactical Nuclear Weapons: Irrelevance for South AsiaIPCS Commentary, No. 4239, 6 January 2014

Boston Bombings: Possible LessonsIPCS Commentary, No. 3887, 20 April 2013

Special Commentary: India’s Missile DefenceIPCS Commentary, No. 3880, 12 April 2013

If Pakistan FailsIPCS Commentary, No. 3030, 29 December 2009

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