Manager of Strategic Projects, The International Centre for Political Violence and Terrorism Research
Area of Expertise: Terrorism
Geographical Expertise - Region: Asia, North Africa and Middle East
Field of Work: Think tank/Research center
Dr. Arabinda Acharya is a Research Fellow at the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies and Manager of Strategic Projects at the International Centre for Political Violence and Terrorism Research. He is an expert on terrorism and conflict throughout the South Asia region.
He is also a visiting Associate Professor, Department of Geo-Politics, at Manipal University, India.
He was an External Research Associate of the York University Joint Centre for Asia Pacific Studies, University of Toronto, Canada and a Visiting Research Fellow of the Regional Centre for Strategic Studies (RCSS) Colombo, Sri Lanka.
Dr. Acharya has presented in a number of international conferences on regionalism, human security and terrorism issues including on global and regional terrorist threat, maritime terrorism, terrorist financing and ideology. He has published articles in journals including Asian Defence and Diplomacy, Georgetown Journal of International Affairs, Harvard Asia Quarterly, Pacific Affairs, Asia Pacific Review, The Korean Journal of Defence Analysis and Contemporary Southeast Asia, Washington Quarterly, Studies in Conflict and Terrorism and Journal of Money Laundering Control.
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