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www.jgu.edu.inFaculty PublicationsIndia’s First Research-Intensive University2009-10www.jgls.edu.inwww.jgbs.edu.inwww.jsia.edu.in


O.P. Jindal Global University (JGU) is anon-profit global university establishedby the Haryana Private Universities(Second Amendment) Act, 2009. JGUis established in memory of the LateMr. O.P. Jindal as a philanthropicinitiative of Mr. Naveen Jindal, theFounding Chancellor. The Universitywww.jgu.edu.inGrants Commission has accorded itsrecognition to O.P. Jindal Global University. The vision of JGU isto promote global courses, global programmes, global curriculum,global research, global collaborations, and global interactionthrough a global faculty. JGU is situated on a 60-acre state of the artresidential campus. JGU is one of the few universities in Asia thatmaintains a 1:15 faculty-student ratio and appoints faculty membersfrom different parts of the world with outstanding academicqualifications and experience. JGU has established three schools:Jindal Global Law School (JGLS), Jindal Global Business School(JGBS) and Jindal School of International Affairs (JSIA).In 2009, JGU began its first academicsession with the establishment ofIndia’s first global law school, JGLS.JGLS is recognised by the Bar Councilof India and offers a three-year LL.B.programme, a five-year B.A. LL.B.(Hons.) programme and an LL.M.programme. JGLS has establishedwww.jgls.edu.inresearch centres in a variety of key policyareas, including: Global Corporate and Financial Law and Policy;Women, Law, and Social Change; Penology, Criminal Justice andPolice Studies; Human Rights Studies; International Trade andEconomic Laws; Global Governance and Policy; Health Law,Ethics, and Technology; Intellectual Property Rights Studies; PublicLaw and Jurisprudence; Environment and Climate Change Studies;South Asian Legal Studies, and Clinical Legal Programmes.In August 2010, JGBS beganits first academic session withan MBA programme. JGBSwww.jgbs.edu.in will begin an inter-disciplinaryMasters in Business and Law(MBL) programme in August 2011. The vision of JGBS is to impartglobal business education to uniquely equip students, managers andprofessionals with the necessary knowledge, acumen and skills toeffectively tackle challenges faced by transnational business andindustry. JGBS offers a multi-disciplinary global business educationto foster academic excellence, industry partnerships and globalcollaborations. JGBS has established several research centres andJGBS faculty are engaged in research on current issues including:Applied Finance; Corporate Governance & Applied Ethics; DigitalMedia & Communications; Emerging Economies & Markets;Family Business & Wealth Creations; Social Entrepreneurship,Supply Chain & Logistics Management; Infrastructure, Energy& Green Technologies; Innovative Leadership & Change; NewConsumer Trends Studies; Wealth Creation and Family Business.Jindal School of International Affairs(JSIA), India’s first Global PolicySchool, aims to enhance Indian andinternational capacities to analyse andsolve world problems. It intends tostrengthen India’s intellectual base ininternational relations and affiliatedsocial science disciplines that havehitherto been largely neglected bywww.jsia.edu.inIndian academic institutions. JSIAwill commence in August 2011 with adegree programme called a Master of Arts in Diplomacy, Law andBusiness [M.A. (DLB)]. The programme is the first of its kind inAsia, drawing upon the resources of global faculty in Jindal GlobalLaw School, Jindal Global Business School, as well as the JindalSchool of International Affairs to create a unique interdisciplinarypedagogy.


1ForewordThe Faculty Publications brochure is meant tohighlight cutting edge research that is being doneby the faculty of O.P. Jindal Global University(JGU). JGU is a multi-faculty University withthree schools: Jindal Global Law School (JGLS),Jindal Global Business School (JGBS), and thenewly established Jindal School of InternationalAffairs (JSIA).JGU’s vision is to generate academic researchin order to influence policy-making in Indiaand on a range of transnational issues that affectglobal governance and the functioning of legal,business, economic and international systems.This research vision has attracted a trulyremarkable group of global faculty who havestudied at some of the best research universitiesin the world. Faculty and Research Centresat JGU are now engaged in building a globalnetwork of research partnerships that hasproduced impressive results. During 2009-10,JGU has developed international collaborationswith Harvard University, Yale University,Cornell University, University of Michigan,Indiana University Bloomington, Universityof California-Los Angeles, University of Texasat Dallas, Yeshiva University and ChapmanUniversity in the USA; University of Oxfordand University of Cambridge in the UK; Queen’sUniversity and York University in Canada;Australian National University in Australia;and United Nations University and TokiwaUniversity in Japan.The publications in this brochure comprise books,book chapters, journal articles, opinion-editorials,articles in academic and professional periodicals,and published conference proceedings. The JindalSchool of International Affairs opens its doors tostudents in August 2011. We are in the process ofhiring JSIA faculty, who will complement ten ofour own inter-disciplinary faculty from JGLS andJGBS who will contribute to teaching in JSIA.I welcome you to read the Faculty Publicationsbrochure and hope that you will have anopportunity to read the full text of the publicationsthat have been cited.Professor C. Raj KumarVice ChancellorO.P. Jindal Global University


3www.jgls.edu.inAmit Bindal, Non-Culpability of Attempt toCommit Suicide: A Critical Analysis of theState’s Policy of Wounding the Wounded,Bangalore Law Journal (2010).Amit Bindal, Rethinking TheoreticalFoundations of Retributive Theoriesof Punishment, Journal of Indian LawInstitute (2009).J. Burton-MacLeod, The Tipping Point:Politics and Compulsory Licensing of HIV/AIDS Drugs in Thailand, Incentives forGlobal Health: Patent Law and Accessto Essential Medicines, Kim Rubenstein,Thomas Pogge and Matthew Rimmer (eds.),Cambridge University Press (2010).Ajay Goyal, How Monetary Policy ImpactsStock Prices, Yojana, August 2010.Yugank Goyal, Inefficient ParastatalAgencies and the Growing Modern FoodMarket in India: The Need for PrivateParticipation, 3(2) Asian Journal of PublicAffairs (2010).Bhawna Gulati, MAT IN New Direct TaxCode, Tax India Online Limited, August,2010.Priya S. Gupta, Ending Finders, Keepers:Rethinking the Use of Title Insurance toAlleviate Uncertainty in Land Holdings inIndia, 17 UC Davis Journal of InternationalLaw and Policy (forthcoming, 2011).Priya S. Gupta, The Ambivalent Life ofDEAD AID, 1 Indian Journal of Law andEconomics (2010).Dipika Jain, Compulsory Licensing inIndia: An Empirical Investigation, Journalof World Intellectual Property Rights(forthcoming, 2011).Dipika Jain, Laya Medhini & ColinGonsalves, Verdict on an HIV Case, Stateof Justice in India: Issue of Social Justice,Ranbir Sammadar (ed.), Sage India (2009).


4Dipika Jain, Laya Medhini & ColinGonsalves, Gender: HIV and Women, Stateof Justice in India: Issue of Social Justice,Ranbir Sammadar (ed.), Sage India (2009).Vik Kanwar, Pendency, Justice, andEfficiency: Why India cannot EmulateSingapore’s Case Management System,49 Osgoode Hall Law Journal(forthcoming, 2011).Vik Kanwar, Re-Tooling the Rule of Law:Instrumentalism and the Implementation ofHumanitarian Law in Failed and FragileStates, 13 International Community LawReview (2010).Vik Kanwar, Post-Human HumanitarianLaw: The Law of War in the Age of RoboticWarfare, 2 Harvard National SecurityJournal (2010).Vik Kanwar & Prabhakar Singh, Editors’Foreword: The Globalization of LegalKnowledge, 2 Jindal Global Law Review(2010).Pallavi Kishore, An Analysis of theCompatibility of American ClimateProtection Laws with the Law of theWorld Trade Organization, SecondInternational Conference on ClimateChange and Sustainable Management ofNatural Resources Conference Proceedings,Institute of Technology & Management(forthcoming, 2011).Jayanth Krishnan & C. Raj Kumar, Delay inProcess, Denial of Justice: The Jurisprudenceand Empirics of Speedy Trials in ComparativePerspective, 42 (GEORGETOWNJOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW)(forthcoming, 2011) .C. Raj Kumar, Human Rights, Justice andConstitutional Empowerment Oxford UniversityPress, (Second Edition, 2010).C. Raj Kumar, Legal Education, Globalisationand Institutional Excellence:Challenges for the Rule of Law and Accessto Justice in India, Law and (In) Equalities:Contemporary Perspectives, Swati Deva(ed.), Eastern Book Company (2010).C. Raj Kumar, Establishing India’s FirstGlobal Law School: Challenges andOpportunities, 4(1) India Law News (2010)(co-authored).


5C. Raj Kumar, Global Legal Education inIndia: Opportunities and Challenges, 12Halsbury’s Law (April, 2009).C. Raj Kumar, Towards a Broader Vision,Careers 360 (May, 2009).C. Raj Kumar, Building Nation Through LegalEducation, The Pioneer (March, 2009).Y.S.R. Murthy, Human Rights: Theory andPractice, Vikas Publishing House, NewDelhi (2010).Y.S.R. Murthy, Redefining the Methodologyof Rights-Based Monitoring: The Role ofHuman Rights Indicators, 2 Jindal GlobalLaw Review (2010).Y.S.R. Murthy, Torture – Ethical Aspects,Manual for Rehabilitation of TortureSurvivors, Society for Social Research, Artand Culture (2010).Y.S.R. Murthy, International CriminalJustice, Indira Gandhi National OpenUniversity (2010).Y.S.R. Murthy, Preventive Detention,Indira Gandhi National Open University(2010).Y.S.R. Murthy, Rights-Based Approach toHealth, 1(3) Journal of Best Practicesin Clinical Medicine and Public Health,September (2009).Abhayraj Naik & Jayadeva Uyangoda,Selected Writings of Neelan Tiruchelvamon Constitutionalism, Diversity, andHuman Rights, Neelan Tiruchelvam Trust(forthcoming, 2011).Abhayraj Naik, Anonymous Speech,Journal of Indian Law & Society(forthcoming, 2011)Abhayraj Naik, Module on Tort Lawand Consumer Protection, Preparatorymaterial for the all india bar exam, BarCouncil of India (2010).Abhayraj Naik, Imperative Values of aLogical Forgiveness, 6 Sociological LawReview (2010).James J. Nedumpara, ‘Zeroing’ inAntidumping Investigations: Has theTime Come to Close the Debate?, TheIndian Journal of International EconomicLaw (2010).


6Ajay Pandey, Experimenting with CLE inAddressing the Disconnect Between LargerPromise of Law and its Grassroots Reality inIndia, Maryland Journal of InternationalLaw (forthcoming, 2011).Ajay Pandey & Sheena Shukkur, LegalLiteracy Projects: Clinical Experience ofEmpowering the Poor in India, The GlobalClinical Movement: Educating Lawyersfor Social Justice, Frank S. Bloch (ed.),Oxford University Press (2010).Ajay Pandey, Children Have the Right toFree and Compulsory Elementary Educationtill they Complete it, 16(1) Women’s Link(2010).Padmanabha Ramanujam et. al., IncrementalInnovation and Patent Protection forPharmaceutical Products in India: ALaw and Economic Analysis of theNovartis Case, Economic Analysis ofLaw and India: Theory and Application,P.G. Babu et al., (eds.), Oxford UniversityPress (2010).Nicholas Robinson, Re-Engineering theWorld, Indian Express, Nov. 13, 2010.Prabhakar Singh, The Madness of Art,Myth of modernity and International Lawin the East West Telos, 3(1) Journal ofEast Asia & International Law(2010) reprinted in International Law:Contemporary Issues and FutureProblems, S. Silverburg (ed.), WestviewPress (forthcoming, 2011).Prabhakar Singh & Vik Kanwar (eds.),Critical International Law: Post-Realism,Post-colonialism and Transnationalism,Eastern Book Company (forthcoming, 2011).Prabhakar Singh, How Should theThird World See Constitutionalism inInternational Law, 1 Asian Journal ofInternational Law (forthcoming, 2011).Prabhakar Singh, Third World’s Ideaof International Law, 15 Max PlanckYearbook of United Nations Law(forthcoming, 2011).Prabhakar Singh, Constitutionalism inInternational Law during the times ofGlobalisation: A Sociological Appraisal, 1Indian Yearbook of International law &Policy (2010).


7Prabhakar Singh, The Scandal ofEnlightenment and Birth of Disciplines: IsPost-colonial International Law Science?,12(1) International Community LawReview (2010).Prabhakar Singh, Indian InternationalLaw: From an Apologist to a SubalternProtagonist, 23(1) Leiden Journal ofInternational Law (2010).Prabhakar Singh, What can InternationalLaw Learn from Indian Mythology,Hinduism and History, 2(1) Journal ofEast Asia and International Law (2009).Oishik Sircar & Debolina Dutta, BeyondCompassion: Representation Resistancein the ‘Political Society’ of Children ofSex workers in Sonagachi, Childhood,Netherlands: Sage (forthcoming, 2011).Oishik Sircar, Sexing Spaces ofEmancipation: The Politics and Poeticsof Sexuality in the World Social ForumProcess, Open Word, New Delhi (2010).Oishik Sircar & Debolina Dutta, StringsAttached, 23(8) Himal Southasian (2010).Oishik Sircar, The Fallacy of Equality:‘Anti-Citizens’, Sexual Justice and the Lawin India 2 Justice and Law: The Limitsof the Deliverables of Law, Key Textson Social Justice in India, AshokAgrwal & Bharat Bhushan (eds.), SageIndia (2009).Oishik Sircar, Captive Subjects: Gender,Intimate Violence and the Crises ofInternational Human Rights Interventions,Family Violence in India: Human Rights,Issues, Actions and InternationalComparisons, Swati Shirwadkar (ed.),Rawat (2009).Winky So, Yet Another Judicial FairyTale? Judicial Rule-Making after theConstitutional Reform Act, Civil JusticeQuarterly (forthcoming, 2011).Winky So, The Greater Wrong of the Law:Revelations from the Jackson Report, CivilJustice Quarterly (forthcoming, 2011).Winky So, Vicarious Liability, andProcedural Torts, Tort Law and Practicein Hong Kong, Bokhary, Srivastava& Sarony (eds.), Sweet & Maxwell(forthcoming, 2011).


8Winky So, The Revival of the Tort ofPublic Misfeasance in Hong Kong: AComparative Study, City University ofHong Kong Press (2010).Winky So, Contemporary Issues ofCapital Punishment in Saudi Arabia,2(2) City University of Hong Kong LawReview (2010).D.K. Srivastava & Gu Ming Kang, The Lawof Tort in China, Reuter: Thomson: Sweetand Maxwell (forthcoming, 2011).D.K. Srivastava, Kemal Bokhary &Neville Sarony, (eds.), Tort Law andLegal Practice in Hong Kong (SecondEdition, 2011).D.K. Srivastava, Historical and TheoreticalFoundations of the Right to ReligiousFreedom in India, Law and (in)Equalities:Comparative Perspectives: Essays in Honorof Mahendra P Singh, Eastern Book Company(2010).D.K. Srivastava, Progress of Sexual HarassmentLaw in India, China and Hong Kong:Prognosis for Further Reform, 51 HarvardInternational Law Journal Online (2010).D.K. Srivastava, D. Roebuck, H. Zafrullah& Tsui Sung Ling Sarah, Banking Law inHong Kong: Cases and Materials, Lexis-Nexis: Butterworths, Hong Kong (2009).Latika Vashist, Enlivening DirectivePrinciples: An Attempt to Save theirVanishing Present, ILI Law Review(forthcoming, 2011).Latika Vashist, Emancipation from Rape:Discovering the ‘Self’ of Women Beyond theBody, The Bangalore Law Journal (2010).Latika Vashist, Criminal Law in AncientIndian Thought, Perspectives (2010).


9www.jgbs.edu.inAeron, Prageet & Jain, Rekha, (2010),“Evolution of Marketing Capabilities:A Study on Indian Product BasedTelecom Start-Up Firms”, publishedand presented at the 1st GlobalConference on Entrepreneurship andTechnology Innovation 2010, organized byIIT, Kanpur.Singh, Abhijeet, Koul, Saroj, & Agrawal,Anil Kumar, (forthcoming, 2011), “AVendor Managed Two-Echelon InventorySystem for an Integrated ProductionProcurement Case”, Asia-PacificJournal of Operational Research(ISSN: 0217-5959).Verma, Rakesh & Koul, Saroj, (forthcoming,2011), “Dynamic Vendor Selection: A FuzzyAHP Approach”, International Journal ofthe Analytic Hierarchy Process.Singh, Abhijeet, Koul, Saroj, & Agrawal,Anil Kumar, (2010), “JELS modelsfor single-buyer and single suppliers:A comparative analysis”, 16(2),International Journal of Operationsand Quantitative Management, 173-189.(ISSN 1082-1910).Raut, Rakesh, Verma, Rakesh, Bhasin,Harsh Vardhan, & Koul, Saroj, (2010), “AMulti-criteria Decision Making Approachfor Selection of Suppliers”, 4(1), AIMSInternational Journal and of Management,57-71. (Outstanding paper in AIJM for2010). (ISSN 1939-7011).Koul, Saroj & Verma, Rakesh, (2010),“Dynamic Vendor Selection based on FuzzyAHP”, in K.L. Choy (ed.) proceedings ofthe 8th International Conference on SupplyChain Management and InformationSystems (SCMIS 2010), 6th-8th October2010, Hong Kong, China. (IEEE CatalogueNumber: CFP1059K- CDR; ISBN 978-962-367-697-697-7).


10Koul, Saroj, Kumar, Pranav & Verma,Rakesh, (2010), “Product Developmentusing AHP: Case on small car segment inIndia”, in K.L. Choy (ed.) proceedingsof the 8th International Conferenceon Supply Chain Management andInformation Systems (SCMIS 2010), 6th- 8th October 2010, Hong Kong, China.(IEEE Catalogue Number: CFP1059K-CDR; ISBN 978-962-367-697-697-7).Singh, Priyanka & Kumar, Brajesh,(forthcoming, 2011), “Trade-Off Theory orPecking Order Theory: What Explains theBehaviour of the Indian Firms”, Journal ofEmerging Markets Finance.Singh, Priyanka, Kumar, Brajesh & Pandey,Ajay, (2010), “Price and Volatility Spilloversacross North American, European andAsian Stock Markets”, International Reviewof Financial Analysis.Kumar, Brajesh, & Pandey, Ajay, (2010)‘Market Efficiency in Indian CommodityFutures Markets’, published and presentedat the 6th International Conference on AsianFinancial Markets, December 11-12, 2010,ACROS Fukuoka, Japan.Sangwan, Sunanda, (2010), “Virtual SocialNetworks: Toward A Research Agenda”,Chapter in ‘Social Computing: Concepts,Methodologies, Tools, and Applications’ed. by S. Dasgupta. Information SciencePublishing ISBN 10:1605669849 andISBN-13: 978-1605669847.Uniyal, Dwarika Prasad, (2010), “POPCommunication: Role of InformationSearch and Store Benefit”, published andpresented at the 7th Academy for GlobalBusiness Advancement World Congress2010, Malaysia.


11www.jsia.edu.inSreeram S. Chaulia, InternationalOrganizations and Civilian Protection:Power, Ideas and Humanitarian Aidin Conflict Zones, IB Tauris, London(forthcoming, 2011).Sreeram S. Chaulia, India’s ‘Power’Attributes, Handbook of India’sInternational Relations, David Scott (ed.),Routledge, London, (forthcoming, 2011).Sreeram S. Chaulia, India and the UnitedNations, Handbook of India’s InternationalRelations, David Scott (ed.), Routledge,London, (forthcoming, 2011).Sreeram S. Chaulia, Europe Gets Waylaid,The Financial Express (December 9, 2010).Sreeram S. Chaulia, The Man Who KnowsToo Much, Asia Times (December 3, 2010).Sreeram S. Chaulia, Mother of allPreferential Trade Zones, The FinancialExpress (November 26 2010).Sreeram S. Chaulia, Endgame forAfghanistan, Yale Global (November 17,2010).Sreeram S. Chaulia, A Friend in Need..., TheFinancial Express (November 12 2010).Sreeram S. Chaulia, Centrifugal ForcesShape Taiwan’s Democracy, Asia Times(November 6 2010).Sreeram S. Chaulia, Beijing Bullies,Mumbai Entices, The Financial Express(October 28 2010).Sreeram S. Chaulia, Brazil Ups the Ante,The Financial Express (October 14 2010).Sreeram S. Chaulia, Nobel CommitteeFaces Down the Dragon, Asia Times(October 6 2010).Sreeram S. Chaulia, Dragonomics Rolls On,The Financial Express (October 1 2010).Sreeram S. Chaulia, Humanist Manifesto,Asia Times (September 25 2010).


12Sreeram S. Chaulia, A Test for Obama’sMiddle East Neutrality, Asia Times(September 24 2010).Sreeram S. Chaulia, A Clean EnergyMeltdown, The Financial Express(September 17 2010).Sreeram S. Chaulia, Board Games, TheFinancial Express (September 8 2010).Sreeram S. Chaulia, UnderwaterTreasure Hunt, The Financial Express(September 3 2010).Sreeram S. Chaulia, Occupation PoliticsStymie Afghanistan, Asia Times (August31 2010).Sreeram S. Chaulia, A Time for Unrest, TheFinancial Express (August 30 2010).Sreeram S. Chaulia, Reality Check for AsianTitans, Asia Times (August 21 2010).Sreeram S. Chaulia, Mosque in Manhattan,The Financial Express (August 20 2010).Sreeram S. Chaulia, Climate of Inaction,The Financial Express (August 13 2010).Sreeram S. Chaulia, Closed Books in China,Asia Times (August 10 2010).Sreeram S. Chaulia, Sour BlackBerries,The Financial Express (August 5 2010).Sreeram S. Chaulia, Why Was Indian CivilSociety Mute?, The Tribune (August 22010), Chandigarh, India.Sreeram S. Chaulia, Go Forth and Multiply?,The Financial Express (July 29 2010).Sreeram S. Chaulia, China Turns OnDemand Power, Asia Times (July 24 2010).Sreeram S. Chaulia, Placebo Reform?, TheFinancial Express (July 21 2010).Sreeram S. Chaulia, Siren Song from China,The Financial Express (July 16 2010).Sreeram S. Chaulia, Oops, I Tweeted Again,Asia Times (July 13 2010).Sreeram S. Chaulia, Spy Story Reloaded,The Financial Express (July 9 2010).Sreeram S. Chaulia, China Unification byIntegration, Asia Times (July 3 2010).Sreeram S. Chaulia, Inquest of a Defeat, areview of M.R. Narayan Swamy’s The TigerVanquished. LTTE’s Story, Asia Times(July 3 2010).


13Sreeram S. Chaulia, India Scores Bio-Piracy Victory, Asia Times (June 29 2010).Sreeram S. Chaulia, Coordination Blues,The Financial Express (June 25 2010).Sreeram S. Chaulia, Oil Slick Without End,The Financial Express (June 18 2010).Sreeram S. Chaulia, Byzantine Bureaucracy,The Financial Express (June 10 2010).Sreeram S. Chaulia, RebalancingChina’s Economy, The Financial Express(June 4 2010).Sreeram S. Chaulia, Diplomatic Activism,The Tribune (June 1 2010).Sreeram S. Chaulia, Diplomacy Falls onDeaf Ears, Asia Times (May 28 2010).Sreeram S. Chaulia, Angry Koreas, NervousWorld, The Financial Express (May 282010).Sreeram S. Chaulia, More than aQuaint Relic, The Financial Express(May 21 2010).Sreeram S. Chaulia, Argumentative ChineseStep Forward, Asia Times (May 18 2010).Sreeram S. Chaulia, India in a GlobalisedWorld, Geopolitics (May 2010), NewDelhi, India.Sreeram S. Chaulia, Trans-Atlantic Rescue,The Financial Express (May 13 2010).Sreeram S. Chaulia, A Pressing Matter,The Financial Express (May 7 2010).Sreeram S. Chaulia, Knives Sink intoGoldman, The Financial Express (April 292010).Sreeram S. Chaulia, C is Big in Bric, TheFinancial Express (April 23 2010).Sreeram S. Chaulia, UK Faces an UncertainTide, The Financial Express (April 162010).Sreeram S. Chaulia, Sleepless in Bangkok,The Financial Express (April 9 2010).Sreeram S. Chaulia, Moscow Takes a Hit,The Financial Express (April 1 2010).Sreeram S. Chaulia, Politics of Extinction,The Financial Express (March 26 2010).Sreeram S. Chaulia, Chinese Chutzpah,The Financial Express (March 19 2010).


14Sreeram S. Chaulia, Automobiles, Fruitsand Sunglasses, The Financial Express(March 12 2010).Sreeram S. Chaulia, What India should doin Afghanistan, The Financial Express(March 3 2010).Sreeram S. Chaulia, Goldman SachsGarage-Sold Greece, The FinancialExpress (February 25 2010).Sreeram S. Chaulia, India and Iran in theObama Era, The Globalist (February 222010), Washington DC, USA.Sreeram S. Chaulia, Aiding Soft Power, TheFinancial Express (February 17 2010).Sreeram S. Chaulia, Just Disband theObsolete G-7, The Financial Express(February 10 2010).Sreeram S. Chaulia, BJP Turns a Corner inMumbai, The Financial Express (February3 2010).Sreeram S. Chaulia, Guidebook of theNation, The Financial Express (January26 2010).Sreeram S. Chaulia, Iranian Elephant in theIraqi Room, Asia Times (January 23 2010).Sreeram S. Chaulia, A Bold Gauntlet, TheFinancial Express (January 20 2010).Sreeram S. Chaulia, Iceland, Frozen, TheFinancial Express (January 12 2010).Sreeram S. Chaulia, Free Trading Asia,The Financial Express (January 6 2010).Sreeram S. Chaulia, Basics Matter, TheFinancial Express (December 31 2009).Sreeram S. Chaulia, Banana Politics, TheFinancial Express (December 25 2009).Sreeram S. Chaulia, UN’s AfghanMission Takes a Hit, Asia Times (December18 2009).Sreeram S. Chaulia, The wall AroundWall Street, The Financial Express(December 15 2009).Sreeram S. Chaulia, India Caught in aTerror Tangle, Asia Times (December 112009).Sreeram S. Chaulia, War and Peace onthe Greens, The Financial Express(December 10 2009).


16Sreeram S. Chaulia, Wary India FrisksNorth Korean Freighter, Asia Times(August 21 2009).Sreeram S. Chaulia, Jamie is a Good Boy,but Rest of the Class? The FinancialExpress (August 18 2009).Sreeram S. Chaulia, The Barricade Brigade,The Financial Express (August 13 2009).Sreeram S. Chaulia, Swiss Bank AccountHolder? Shame, The Financial Express(August 7 2009).Sreeram S. Chaulia, Iran, US do a ‘Waron Terror’ Somersault, Asia Times (August1 2009).Sreeram S. Chaulia, One Step Forward, TwoSteps Backward: The United States Instituteof Peace, International Journal of PeaceStudies (June 2009).Sreeram S. Chaulia & Horace Campbell,Unequal Equals: Angola and China, WorldAffairs (May 2009).Jasbir Rakhra, et al., Nuclear South AsiaSince 1998: A Timeline, ReassessingNuclear South Asia, XVIII(1) Swords andPloughshares (University of Illinois, 2010).


Governing BodyChairmanMr. Naveen JindalChancellor, O.P. Jindal Global UniversityMembersProfessor C. Raj Kumar, Professor and Vice ChancellorO.P. Jindal Global UniversityMr. S. S. Prasad, IAS, Secretary to Government ofHaryana Education Department (Ex officio)Mr. Anand Goel, Joint Managing DirectorJindal Steel & Power LimitedDr. Sanjeev P. Sahni, Head, Education InitiativesJindal Steel & Power LimitedDr. A. Francis Julian, Senior AdvocateSupreme Court of IndiaProfessor D.K. Srivastava, Professor and Pro ViceChancellor (Academic), O. P. Jindal Global UniversityProfessor Jane E. SchukoskeUniversity of Baltimore School of LawProfessor Peter H. Schuck, Yale UniversityProfessor Stephen P. Marks, Harvard UniversityMr. Aman Shah, RegistrarO.P. Jindal Global UniversityBoard of ManagementChairmanProfessor C. Raj KumarProfessor and Vice-ChancellorO.P. Jindal Global UniversityMembersMr. S. S. Prasad, IAS, Secretary to Government ofHaryana, Education Department (Ex officio)Dr. Sanjeev P. Sahni, Head, Education InitiativesJindal Steel & Power LimitedDr. A. Francis Julian, Senior AdvocateSupreme Court of IndiaProfessor D.K. Srivastava, Pro Vice Chancellor(Academic), O.P. Jindal Global UniversityProfessor Parmanand Singh, Former DeanFaculty of Law, University of DelhiProfessor K.N. Chandrashekharan Pillai, FormerDirector, Indian Law Institute (ILI)Dr. R.K. Raghavan, Consulting Advisor (CyberSecurity), Tata Consultancy Services Ltd.Ms. R.V. Anuradha, Partner, Clarus Law AssociatesProfessor Padmanabha Ramanujam, Assistant Professorand Assistant Dean (Academic)Jindal Global Law SchoolProfessor Michael Barnes, Vice DeanJindal Global Business SchoolDr. Dwarika Prasad Uniyal, Associate Professorand Assistant Dean (Academic)Jindal Global Business SchoolMr. Aman Shah, RegistrarO.P. Jindal Global University


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