Ruhee Neog

Non-Resident Fellow
Crisis Decision-Making | Nuclear Strategy | Indian Foreign Policy

Ruhee Neog is Director of the Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies (IPCS) in India. Her research looks at the role of norms, language, and institutions in shaping choices and behaviour in international relations. She specialises in Indian foreign policy and nuclear strategy. At IPCS, Ruhee leads the design and execution of projects across the foreign policy spectrum, including Track 1.5 and Track 2 dialogues. She holds additional appointments as Board Member of the International Nuclear Security Forum hosted by Stimson Center and Fellow with Sandia National Laboratories at the US Department of Energy. Past positions include a dual fellowship with the Project on Managing the Atom and International Security Programme at Harvard Kennedy School’s Belfer Center; South Asian Voices Fellowship at Stimson Center; and research fellowship supported by the Nuclear Threat Initiative (NTI). Ruhee has a postgraduate degree in History of International Relations from the London School of Economics and an undergraduate degree in Literature from St. Stephen’s College, Delhi University.

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Compendium: Crisis Communications: Indian and Pakistani Perspectives on Responsible Practices

‘Crisis Communications: Indian and Pakistani Perspectives on Responsible Practices’ is a compendium of essays written by Indian and Pakistani nuclear policy experts and journalists that explore how the two countries can communicate in ways that help prevent crisis escalation at different levels of interaction. Edited by Rabia Akhtar, Chiara Cervasio, Ruhee Neog, Alice Spilman, and Nicholas J. Wheeler.

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