• Welcome to Jindal School of International Affairs 

  • Global Influence: JSIA’s faculty member with the Prime Minister of France, Manuel Valls.

  • National Influence: Dean of JSIA with the President of India

  • Jindal – Tsinghua Immersion Programme.

  • JSIA Collaborations: Agreement of cooperation with Tsinghua University, Beijing.

  • Policy Impact:JSIA's faculty member addressing the World Humanitarian Summit Global Consultation.

  • Global Seminars:Joint seminar on Africa & India with Indian Council of World Affairs.

  • JSIA Hosting His Excellency Dr. Abdullah Abdullah Chief Executive, Islamic Republic of Afghanistan

  • Global Trainings-Training Programme for the Senior Officers of the Government of Afghanistan Co-organised by JSIA and JILDEE.

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Dr. Sreeram Sundar Chaulia
Professor & Dean, JSIA
B.A. Hons. (Delhi), B.A. (Oxford), M.Sc. (LSE), M.A. and Ph.D. (Syracuse)

Dean's Message

JSIA’s main objective is to generate and spread interdisciplinary social science knowledge that informs current and future international policymaking, via rigorous academic training of qualified graduate students. This dovetails with JGU’s overall institutional goal of becoming a knowledge storehouse in the social sciences, which have been long played second fiddle to the hard sciences in Indian academia.

RESEARCH AT JSIA

Jindal Journal of International Affairs

Jindal School of International Affairs (JSIA) publishes the annual Jindal Journal of International Affairs (JJIA), which serves as a hallmark of quality research and analysis on the world’s most pressing issues.

JINDAL CENTER FOR ISRAEL STUDIES
The field of Israel Studies is an important area of geo-politics. It merges studies of race, peoplehood, culture, identity, history, regional conflict in the Middle-East and spatial coexistence...
CENTER FOR SOUTHEAST ASIAN STUDIES
Southeast Asia, a sub-region of Asia, consists of the countries that are geographically south of China, east of India, west of New Guinea and north of Australia, which includes Brunei Darussalam..

Faculty Articles

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  • Dr. Sreeram Chaulia on India's conflicts with Pakistan and China

    Tensions on India's borders with both Pakistan and China; jihadist terrorism sponsored by Pakistan to wrest control of Kashmir from India; shelling and violence on the Line of Control; China' heavy investment in Pakistan even though India is safer

Student Corner

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