Former Visiting Fellow
MR. Aniruddha Saha holds a bachelor’s degree in Journalism and Communication Studies from Manipal University, acquiring the fourth rank in his cohort. He was also awarded a DAAD scholarship during his undergraduate years to study for an exchange semester at Hochschule Bremen in Germany. Additionally, he holds a MA degree in International Relations from the Department of War Studies, King’s College London as a Sir Evelyn de Rothschild scholar. His ongoing Ph.D. research in the same department examines India’s nuclear policy with the US using a constructivist perspective and is being funded by a King’s International Postgraduate Research Scholarship. Aniruddha’s work as a visiting fellow at ISDP, Stockholm, specifically looks at the policy implications of India’s engagement with the US-led non-proliferation regime in terms of stigma and nuclear norms.
Aniruddha has also worked with the Indian Ministry of External Affairs (MEA), Observer Research Foundation (ORF), and the Centre for Studies in International Relations and Development (CSIRD). His work has appeared in the Duck of Minerva, E-International Relations, South Asian Voices (Stimson Center), OpenDemocracy, Eurasia Review, and The Quint. His first peer-reviewed work is now forthcoming in India Review.
Publications by Aniruddha Saha
After the India-US Civil Nuclear Agreement: Assessing India’s Responsible Nuclear Status in Global Governance
India has maintained a historical opposition to joining the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT) and the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty (CTBT), in arguing that both treaties create […]