Sonal Dua

Sonal Dua Assistant Professor B.A. (University of Delhi); M.A. (Jawaharlal Nehru University); Ph.D. (University of Delhi) Biography Biography Sonal Dua is an Assistant Professor at Jindal School of Government and Public Policy (JSGP), O.P. Jindal Global University (JGU). She is a submitted Ph.D. scholar at Department of Economics, Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi….

Continue Reading

Popovski, Vesselin; Maiangwa, Benjamin; 2016 “Boko Haram’s attacks and the people’s response: a fourth pillar of the responsibility to protect?”

Title: Boko Haram’s attacks and the people’s response: a fourth pillar of the responsibility to protect? Authors: Popovski, Vesselin Maiangwa, Benjamin Jindal Global Law School Keywords: Nigeria Boko Haram Mass atrocities Terrorism Civil response Abduction Issue Date: 2016 Publisher: Tylor & Francis Group Citation: Popovski, Vesselin and Maiangwa, Benjamin. (2016). Boko Haram’s attacks and the…

Continue Reading

One Road One Belt Project initiated by Hong Kong WTO Research Institute and Guanghua Law School, Zhejiang University

CITEL is currently working on the One Road One Belt project initiated by Hong Kong WTO Research Institute and the Guanghua Law School at Zhejiang University to study the legal and trade policy regimes of various countries within the Silk Road Initiative. The Silk Road Initiative includes Central Asia, West Asia, the Middle East and…

Continue Reading

India : A large Agrarian Economy with Largest Number Coping with Hunger

Jindal School of Government and Public Policy and the Open Society Foundations organized a Joint conference on “Reimagining & Reinvigorating Rural India”. The daylong conference was aimed at understanding the current state and challenges of rural governance in India, highlighting innovations and policy approaches from vantage points. Rural Governance and Public Policy, Empowering Rural Citizens…

Continue Reading

Politically Polarized Policies Failing To Address People’s Aspirations

KATHMANDU, May 15: Nepal has long been suffering from politically-polarized public polices due to the prevalence of politically-polarized policy-making institutions which have been gradually making the people more frustrated, experts said at an event held in Kathmandu on Thursday. Speaking at the event on ‘Furthering the Public Policy Discourse’, organized by Nepal Economic Forum (NEF),…

Continue Reading