Dr. Nalin Mohapatra

Dr. Nalin Mohapatra

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Profession Assistant Professor at Center for Russia and Central Asian Studies, School of International Studies Jawahar Lal Nehru University Qualifications M.A (Political Science),M.Phil, Ph.D Areas of Interest/Specialization Democratisation, post-Communist Transition, Energy Security, Geopolitics, Non-Traditional threats and Regional Security Teaching: Politics and Society in Modern Central Asia ( SE 619) M.Phil Core Course.( Shared)( Monsoon Semester) Geopolitics, Security and Democratisation in the Caspian Region (SE 633,Winter Semester) M.Phil Optional course Globalisation, Democracy and Civil Society in Contemporary Central Asia (IS 528 N, Monsoon Semester) M.A Optional Experience Worked as a Project Fellow in Maulana Abul Kalam Azad Institute of Asian Studies (MAKAIAS, Kolkata) Since February 2007 in JNU as Assistant Professor Best Peer Reviewed Publications (2013) “Energy Security and Russia’s Foreign Policy”, CRP Working Paper Series, Working Paper No.11, Centre For Rising Powers, Department of Politics and International Studies, University of Cambridge,(ISSN ONLINE: 2046-­-8393), http://www.polis.cam.ac.uk/CRP/res earch/workingpapersng,pp.39. (2007) “Political and Security Challenges in Central Asia: The Drug Trafficking Dimension”, International Studies, Vol.44, No.2, (Notes/Comments) pp. 157-174 (2006) (Book) Political Culture and Democratic Development in Central Asia, New Delhi: MAKAIAS and Bookwell , pp.xv,346 (2005) “Mapping Security of Central Asia: From a Non-Traditional Threat Perspective”, in Asia Annual 2005 ( Annual Journal of MAKAIAS, Kolkata), New Delhi: MAKAIAS and Shipra Publication, pp. 131-163. (2005) “From Shanghai Five to Shanghai Cooperation Organisation: An Emerging Mechanism of Regional Security in Eurasia” in Mahavir Singh(ed), Building a New Asia, New Delhi: MAKAIAS and Shipra Publication, pp.320-338. Recent Peer Reviewed Journals/Books (2013) “Migration and Its Impact on Security of Central Asia”, India Quarterly, Vol.69,No.2, 2013,pp.133-157. (2014)“Central Asia: Between Classical and Critical Geopolitics”, in P L Dash, Anita Sengupta and Murat M Bakhadirov(eds), Central Asia and Regional Security, New Delhi:MAKAIAS, University of World Economy and Diplomacy, Tashkent and Knowledge World, pp.237-262. (2014)” ‘ Securitising’ Environment in Central Asia: From a Non-Traditional Threat Framework” in Rashpal Malhotra, Sucha Singh Gill and Davinder K.Madaan(eds.), Central Asia and Its Neighbours: Prospects for India’s Cooperation, Chandigarh: CRRID,pp.75-102.

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