Founded in 2016, Carnegie India, based in New Delhi, is part of a robust global network that includes over 150 scholars in Beijing, Beirut, Brussels, Moscow, and Washington. The center focuses primarily on three interrelated programs: technology and society, political economy, and security studies. Led by Indian experts with decades of international and domestic policy experience, Carnegie India engages with governments, policymakers, academics, students, industries, practitioners, and civil society to provide insightful and fresh analysis on India’s pressing challenges and the rising role of India in the world.
Chaudhuri takes a close lens to India’s political questions, such as what India can do after the United States leaves Afghanistan and how its leaders interact with great powers on the global stage. He also focuses on the diplomatic history of South Asia and contemporary security issues. He is currently writing a book on the global history of the Indian Emergency, which occurred from 1975 to 1977.Recent Research
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Carnegie India seeks to attract scholars and staff with an interest in working on challenging issues at the forefront of domestic and international Indian policy. The center’s global network uniquely provides scholars and staff an opportunity to collaborate and connect with like-minded individuals around the world. Carnegie India takes pride in offering scholars an avenue to pursue research in their chosen areas of focus and interest.
Carnegie India provides paid internships to undergraduate and postgraduate students whose focus is either economics, government, social sciences, or law. Interns have the opportunity to work alongside senior scholars on important issues across Carnegie India’s priority areas. At the end of their internship, individuals will be equipped with the research skills necessary to tackle some of most challenging policy issues facing India today.
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