D. Suba Chandran
Dr. D. Suba Chandran is a Professor at the International Strategic & Security Studies, National Institute of Advanced Studies (NIAS), Bangalore. His primary focus areas are Pakistan, Afghanistan, Armed Conflicts and Peace Processes in South Asia. He edits an annual titled Armed Conflicts in South Asia, published by the Routledge/SAGE. He is an Associate at the Pakistan Study Research Unit (PSRU), University of Durham, UK. Earlier, he was a Visiting Professor at the Pakistan Studies Programme, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delh and a Visiting Fellow at the following places: Department of Peace Studies, University of Bradford, UK; ACDIS, University of Urbana-Champaign; and the University of Jammu, J&K.
He holds a PhD in international relations from the School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi and a MA in Political Science from Madras Christian College (MCC), Chennai. Until 2015, he was with Director at the Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies (IPCS), New Delhi.
Suba Chandran, D, and Bhavna Singh. 2015. India, China and Sub-regional Connectivities in South Asia. New Delhi: Sage. http://eprints.nias.res.in/973/.
Suba Chandran, D, and PR Chari. 2015. Armed Conflict, Peace Audit and Early Warning 2014: Stability and Instability in South Asia. New Delhi: Sage. http://eprints.nias.res.in/972/.
Suba Chandran, D, and PR Chari. 2011. Armed Conflicts in South Asia 2010: Growing Left-Wing Extremism and Religious Violence. New Delhi: Routledge. http://eprints.nias.res.in/969/.
Suba Chandran, D, and PR Chari. 2010. Armed Conflicts In South Asia 2009: Continuing Violance, Faling Peace Processes. New Delhi: Routledge. http://eprints.nias.res.in/967/.
Suba Chandran, D, and P.R Chari. 2008. Armed Conflicts in South Asia 2008: Growing Violence. New Delhi: Routledge. http://eprints.nias.res.in/968/.
Suba Chandran, D. 2007. Armed conflicts and peace processes in South Asia 2006. New Delhi: Samskriti. http://eprints.nias.res.in/966/.
Suba Chandran, D. 2016. “"J&K: Multiple Doors, but Delhi holds the Key"”. 40. http://www.thebookreviewindia.org/issues/the-book-review/225.html.
Suba Chandran, D. 2017. “70 Years After Independence: Can India and Pakistan Live in Peace”. Salute To The Indian Soldier 9(11). http://www.salute.co.in/70-years-after-independence-can-india-and-pakistan-live-in-peace/.
Suba Chandran, D. 2016. “Modi’s new symphony: The Indian premier’s charm offensive is backed by solid diplomatic homework”. The Friday Times. http://www.thefridaytimes.com/tft/modis-new-symphony/.
Suba Chandran, D. 2018. NIAS Strategic Forecast # 21: US-Pakistan Relations: What has changed? What hasn't? And what is unlikely to?. Bengaluru: NIAS.
Suba Chandran, D. 2017. NIAS Strategic Forecast, "Military Courts in Pakistan: Will they return? What are the implications?".
Suba Chandran, D. 2016. NIAS Strategic Forecast: "LoC, J&K and New Delhi:New Pak COAS & Likely Challenges for India".
Science, Security, Society and Diplomacy (2016)
Armed Conflicts in South Asia (Editor of Annual published by the SAGE); Foreign Fighters in/from South Asia (RCSS Research Study to be completed in early 2016);
"The Future Conflicts in South Asia," 7th Kamala Aravind Memorial Lecture, Stella Maris College, 27 January 2016
"India and its Neighbourhood," Madras Christian College, Chennai, 29 January 2016
- "Pakistan and the Non State Actors," Naval War College, INS Mandovi, Goa, 18 October 2015
- "Human Rights Narrative in J&K," Northern Army Command, Udhampur, 26 August 2015
- "Contemporary Geo-Politics of Pakistan," Army War College, Mhow, 22 July 2015
- "Early Warning: Threat of ISIS in South Asia," ACSA Annual Conference organised by IPCS and KAS, New Delhi, 11 July 2015
- "Pakistan's Nuclear Strategy," IPCS-NIAS Workshop, Bangalore, 05 May 2015
- "We are like this only," The Hindu Business Line, 17 Feb 2016
- "Heed the warning from Kunduz," The Tribune, 15 October 2015
- “Towards a silent backchannel diplomacy,” The Hindu, 28 February 2015
- “No more a déjà vu, but a new war,” The Hindu, 18 February 2015
- “Post Conflict South Asia: Why is Peace Protracted and Elusive?,” Rising Kashmir, 05 February 2015
- “The Wagah attack and the big picture,” The Tribune, 17 November 2014
- “Challenges before new ISI chief,” The Tribune, 27 September 2014
- “The return of the Eagle in West Asia,” The Hindu, 22 September 2014
- “Al-Qaida jihad call unlikely to echo in India,” The Tribune, 16 September 2014
- “Consensus on talks with Taliban,” The Tribune, 29 March 2014
- “A tale of two Taliban,” The Hindu, 05 February 2014
- “Why is Afghanistan important to India?,” The Friday Times, 24 January 2014