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Srinath Raghavan

Professor of International Relations and History, Ashoka University

Ph.D. King's College, London

Srinath Raghavan is professor of international relations and history. He previously taught at King’s College London, and has worked at the Centre for Policy Research, New Delhi. 

Srinath is the author of several books, including The Most Dangerous Place: A History of the United States in South Asia (2018), India’s War: The Making of Modern South Asia, 1939-1945 (2016), 1971: A Global History of the Creation of Bangladesh (2013), and War and Peace in Modern India: A Strategic History of the Nehru Years (2010). 

He co-authored, with Sunil Khilnani, NonAlignment 2.0: A Foreign Strategic Policy for India in the Twentieth Century (2013). He has edited Imperialism, Nationalism, Democracy: The Collected Essays of Sarvepalli Gopal (2013), and co-edited The Oxford Handbook of Indian Foreign Policy (2015). 

He is the recipient of the K. Subrahmanyam Award for Strategic Studies (2011) and the Infosys Prize for Social Sciences (2015). 

Srinath received a PhD in war studies from King’s College London.

  • Reading Sources
  • Global Capitalism in the Long Twentieth Century
  • Conflict and Cooperation in International Politics
  • International Security
  • Politics and Society in India, 1937-1977
  • Capitalism: A Global History
  • Indian Foreign Policy
  • India in the International Context
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