Saloni KapurPhD student
- English School theory
- Terrorist rehabilitation programmes
- South Asian regional co-operation
- Critical security studies
- The emotional turn in IR
An English School analysis of terrorist rehabilitation programmes, with South Asia/Pakistan as a case study. It seeks to bridge IR theory with terrorism studies, by embedding terrorism studies in history and theory. A critical concern with the "subject of security" underlies the thesis's attention to rehabilitation as a non-military approach to addressing militancy.
Dr Simon Mabon
Saloni holds a BA in Economics from the University of Pune and an MA in International Relations from the University of Warwick. From 2007 to 2011, she worked for Travel Security Services: a joint venture between International SOS and Control Risks.
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.