Saloni KapurPhD student
I am interested in international relations theory, particularly the English School. My empirical focus is on the geographically, historically, culturally and linguistically contiguous region extending from Bangladesh to Turkey.
The War on Terror Meets the English School: An Analysis of International Society's Responsibility towards Pakistan
My thesis presents a Pakistani perspective on the War on Terror, using the English School's theoretical framework to explore the responsibility of international society to support security in the country, in the context of a "decentring" international order where the US's position as global hegemon is giving way to a multipolar world.
MA International Relations - University of Warwick - 2006
BA Economics - University of Pune - 2005
News Editor, Travel Security Services, London, 2008-2011
Senior Analyst, International SOS, New Delhi, 2007-2008
Intern, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, Vienna, 2006
Dr Simon Mabon
South Asian scholarship in transition: new perspectives on politics, security and regional co-operation
Kapur, S. 5/07/2016 In: Contemporary South Asia. 24, 1, p. 109-114. 6 p.
Emotions and the English school: a new research agenda
Kapur, S. 21/02/2015