Ambuj Sahu is a pursuing his PhD in Political Science at Indiana University Bloomington. His research interests include international security, China-India relations, Indian Foreign Policy in the Indo-Pacific, and geopolitics of technology supply chains. He is proficient in quantitative methods like social network analysis, applied statistics, and quantitative text analysis. He is also doing an MS in Applied Statistics along with his doctoral studies.
He holds a B.Tech. in Electrical Engineering (2017) from Indian Institute of Technology Delhi. He was the President's Scholar (2019-20) for pursuing MA in International Relations at South Asian University. In his previous role as Research Associate at the Delhi Policy Group (DPG), he has contributed many projects mandated by high-level government agencies on India's foreign policy in the Indo-Pacific. He has also been at Observer Research Foundation, Vision India Foundation and in data intelligence industry for internships and other roles.
His articles have been published in various media outlets like The National Interest (US), Financial Express, The Economic Times, Swarajya, The Print, etc.
During the summers of 2020, Ambuj created The Bridge Project - a podcast series on academia-policy interactions in International Relations and Indian Foreign Policy.