Saloni KapurPhD student
My thesis looks at terrorist rehabilitation in Pakistan as a "soft" strategy for addressing militancy in the country. It is my hope through this thesis to contribute to peace in Pakistan, South Asia and the world.
I previously worked as an analyst and editor for a political and security consultancy, Travel Security Services (a joint venture between International SOS and Control Risks). During my time there, I loved writing and editing reports on Pakistan, since it is such an interesting part of the world, and I am enjoying focusing on it for my PhD.
My MA in International Relations is from the University of Warwick. My Master's dissertation concentrated on the Kashmir conflict, which is close to my heart because of the Kashmiri friends I made as an undergraduate student of Economics at the University of Pune.
Emotions and the English school: a new research agenda
Kapur, S. 21/02/2015
Pakistan: a new history
Kapur, S. 12/2014 In: Contemporary South Asia. 22, 4, 2 p.
The philosophical underpinnings of an English School analysis of terrorist deradicalisation programmes
Kapur, S. 2014 In: Lancaster Journal of Philosophy. 2, 1, p. 37-45. 9 p.
Violence, theory and the subject of international politics: a Derridian analysis of the partition of India
Kapur, S. 2012 In: Peace Prints: South Asian Journal of Peacebuilding. 4, 2, 15 p.