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Shreya Upadhyay is a Research Intern with the Nuclear Security Programme (NSP) at the Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies (IPCS). She is currently pursuing a PhD in US Area Studies from Jawaharlal Nehru University. Her topic of research is US Stake Holders Responses to Environmental Disasters: A Case Study of 2010 Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill’. Her M-Phil dissertation was on ‘Post Presidential Activism in American Diplomacy: A Study of Jimmy Carter'. She holds a Masters in Political Science from JNU and Bachelors in Journalism from Delhi University. She has worked as a journalist with United News of India, Delhi Mid Day and as a researcher with the national level organisation of women's groups and individuals, Women Power Connect. She has also served as a visiting faculty (US History) at Ansal University, Gurgaon.


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Shreya Upadhyay
Research Intern
vini.shreya@gmail.com
PUBLICATIONS

Paper Presented

“US Oil Politics and Disasters.” Presented at the International Conference on Environment, Technology and Sustainable Development:  Promises and Challenges in the 21st Century at the Atal Bihari Vajpayee Institute of Information Technology, Gwalior, India

Chapters in Books

“Tamil Diaspora Nationalism in Post-Conflict Era.” in India-Sri Lanka Relations Strengthening SAARC, ISBN Number: 9788184248449

Magazine/ Journal Article

“Arab Spring: Implications for Iran, Israel and the US”, in World Focus, XXXII (7): 457-460

IPCS Commentary

“American End Game in Afghanistan Post-2014.” IPCS Commentary, No. 4375, 7 April 2014-04-09

“Will Obama Rebalance Further?” IPCS Commentary, No. 4348, 20 March 2014

External Publications

The mess named Khobragade and the US-India ties.”, Millennium Post, 19 January 2014

Is Indian foreign policy walking on its knees?Millennium Post, 09 May 2013

Obama’s East Side story.” Millennium Post, 06 December 2012

The shadow between India and China.” Millennium Post, 29 October 2012

Obama vs Romney.” Millennium Post , 17 August 2012

China hosts India-Pak Together: It Takes Three To Tango!” INFA, 9 July 2013

Pakistan’s Internal Crisis: Heading for Deja Vu Again?INFA, January 28, 2013

La Affaire Musharraf: Poetic Justice Pakistani Style.” Shillong Times, 29 April 2013

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