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Welcome! I am Ambuj Sahu, currently a graduate student in the Department of Political Science at Indiana University Bloomington. Along with my doctoral studies, I am also pursuing an MS in Applied Statistics.

I am interested in international security, geopolitics of technology supply chains, China-India relations, and Indian Foreign Policy in the Indo-Pacific. I am proficient in quantitative methods including social network analysis, applied statistics, and text analysis.

I am academically trained as an Electrical Engineer at the Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, followed by a Masters' degree in International Relations.

Here you can find more about my research, published articles and more.

You can reach out to me on ambuj.sahu@alumni.iitd.ac.in or ambsahu@iu.edu.

I tweet at @DarthThunderous.


Cover (above): Self-designed

Photo: At Banks of Lake Monroe, Bloomington, IN (USA) (taken on October 01, 2022)

Updates

December 13, 2023 - Column published for Firstpost. India must look beyond the China question to understand US' mixed signals.

October 25, 2023 - Column published for Swarajya. Why India Should Not Pull Any Punches in Punishing Canada?

October 6, 2023 - Column published for The Economic Times. Print Edition version titled India-US Tech-toking.

September 20, 2023 - Policy Report published for Atlantic Council (Washington DC). "Networked Power: Export Control Policy Across the G7" in Transatlantic Economic Statecraft: Different Approaches, Shared Risk.