Karthik Nachiappan has a PhD in South Asian Studies from King’s College London. His research deals with India’s behaviour within the international order, specifically on issues like climate change, trade, disarmament and global health. Over the past decade, he has done research and policy work on South Asia from Bangalore, New Delhi, Singapore, Beijing, London and now Washington, D.C.
Vipul Dutta has a PhD in History from King’s College London. His research covers the diplomatic, military and colonial institutional engagements of the Indian subcontinent since the First World War. He currently teaches history at IIT Guwahati, Assam.
Hassan Javid has a PhD in Sociology from the London School of Economics and Political Science. His research focuses on democratization and the relationship between class, power, and the state in South Asia, and also examines the enduring institutional legacy of colonialism in post-colonial societies. He currently teaches Political Science and Sociology at the Lahore University of Management Sciences.