Mr Angshuman Choudhury
Angshuman Choudhury is currently a Senior Research Associate at the Centre for Policy Research, New Delhi. Prior to this, he was a Senior Researcher at the Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies, New Delhi, where he also coordinated the South East Asia Research Programme. He is also a former GIBSA Visiting Fellow to the German Institute for International and Security Affairs, Berlin. He primarily works on Myanmar, Southeast Asia, India-ASEAN relations, Indian foreign policy, and citizenship and identity in Northeast India. His writings on these issues have appeared in a number of Indian and international publications, including South China Morning Post, Asia Times, The Diplomat, The Indian Express, The Hindu, The Irrawaddy, Channel News Asia, Scroll, and The Wire. He also sits on the Board of Trustees of the Development and Justice Initiative (DAJI), a New Delhi-based NGO that works with asylum seekers and other marginalised groups. He is the co-founder of Right to Nationality and Citizenship Network (RNCN), a collective of researchers, lawyers, and activists researching on and advocating against statelessness in India.
Nagaland Deaths: How Govt Apathy Created a Permanent ‘State of Exception’ thequint.com/voices/opinion/nagaland-deaths-govt-apathy-has-created-a-permanent-state-of-exception-in-northeast
Neutrality or timidity? Unpacking India's position on the Russia-Ukraine crisis https://barbedwires.substack.com/p/neutrality-or-timidity-unpacking?s=r
Hijab ban: How some liberals are sleepwalking into the trap set by Hindutva nationalists https://scroll.in/article/1017559/hijab-ban-how-some-liberals-are-sleepwalking-into-the-trap-set-by-hindutva-nationalists