Samir Bhattacharya is presently doing his postgraduate academic research at Jawaharlal Nehru University, India on " MIDDLE POWER AND BLUE DIPLOMACY: INDIA IN WESTERN INDIAN OCEAN". He has done his graduate study from University of Auvergne 1, France on Environment Economics. Before resuming his higher studies, Samir has worked in diverse fields with different types of organization such as French Embassy in New Delhi, Saciwaters (Research Organisation) and CUTS International. In CUTS International, an international policy research think tank, he worked as Regional Coordinator for Africa operations. He has authored several papers on diverse subjects including on: Role of Biodiversity Preservation in Economic Development of India, connection between trade and gender for Southern and Eastern Africa, Developing countries stand on Blue Economy related issues at WTO, Leveraging India-Bangladesh relationship for enhanced coastal zone management, different Environmental Standards of India etc.

Contributions 
Future of Post-Islamist Morocco and India-Morocco Relations In the parliamentary elections of 8th September, Morocco’s long-ruling Islamists suffered a crushing defeat by the liberal parties. With just 12 seats, Islamist Justice and Development (PJD)Party finished much behind its main rivals, the National R...

Military Coup in Guinea and its Implications for Democratic Governance in Africa In the early morning of Sunday, heavy gunfire was heard near Guinea’s presidential palace, in capital Conakry, prompting fear of instability. This was followed by social media updates, where people of Guinea saw their President Mr. Condé being hel...

Taliban Triumph in Afghanistan and India’s Counter-Terrorism Policy against Islamist Extremism in Africa On 15th August, 2021, in a dramatic turn of events, Kabul, the capital city of Afghanistan, was taken over by the Taliban insurgent groups. While the collapse of Afghanistan government and its national army was somewhat predictable once the US announ...

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