Aparna Pande is a research fellow at the Hudson Institute. Dr. Pande wrote her Ph.D. dissertation on Pakistan’s foreign policy. Her major field of interest is South Asia, with a special focus on India, Pakistan, and Afghanistan in the realms of foreign policy and security. Pande has contributed to the American Interest, the Hindustan Times, the Times of India, the Live Mint, Huffington Post, the Sunday Guardian, The Print, and RealClearWorld. A 1993 graduate of Delhi University, Pande holds a Master of Arts in history from St. Stephen’s College at Delhi University and a Master of Philosophy in international relations from Jawaharlal Nehru University. Pande received a doctorate in political science from Boston University in 2010.
Pande’s books include “Explaining Pakistan’s ForeignPolicy: Escaping India” (Routledge, 2011), “From Chanakya to Modi: Evolution of India’s Foreign Policy” (Harper Collins, 2017), “Routledge Handbook of Contemporary Pakistan” (Routledge, August 2017), and “Making India Great: The Promise of a Reluctant Global Power” (Harper Collins, 2020).