Dr Saroj Bishoyi is a Research Fellow with the Centre for Technology and Scientific Studies, VIF, New Delhi where his research focuses on India’s Capabilities and Capacities in Technology. He received his PhD degree from Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi and was ICSSR Doctoral Fellow. Previously, he has worked with AMS Division, Ministry of External Affairs, New Delhi; Manohar Parrikar Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses, New Delhi; Selected Works of Jawaharlal Nehru Unit, JNMF, New Delhi; YC-NISDA, University of Pune, Pune; and, Foundation for National Security Research, New Delhi. His research interests include USA, India-US Strategic Partnership and Indo-Pacific. He has published numerous articles in journals, edited books, magazines, newspapers and academic websites. His recent works include Growing India-US Ties in Critical & Emerging Tech; India-US Forging Tech Alliance since Long; India-US Peacekeeping Cooperation; Role of the United States in the 1971 War: Implications for India–US Relations; Geostrategic Imperative of the Indo-Pacific Region: Emerging Trends and Regional Responses; India-US Security Cooperation in Asia: Can India be a Net Security Provider?; and, Awakening the Rip Van Winkle of India-US Tech Alliance.

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