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Dalbir Ahlawat

Dr Ahlawat has more than 15 years experience in conducting research on topics related to strategic and security perspectives. He has published three books and around 20 research papers in journals based on his research. In addition, he has taught courses at postgraduate and undergraduate levels, both in Australia and overseas, focused on International Relations, Border Security, Migration, Globalisation and Security. Dr Ahlawat has broad experience working with government agencies and academic institutions. He has worked as an Honorary Associate with Macquarie University, as a Visiting Fellow at the University of New South Wales, and as Center Associate at the University of Pittsburgh, United States (199495). Dr Ahlawat has also worked in collaboration with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees and International Organization for Migration.


Articles by Dalbir Ahlawat (2)

  • Modi's visit to Washington reflects growing strategic alignment

    Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to the US last week was dubbed in Indian diplomatic parlance as a visit for 'celebrations and consolidation' of a relationship that has been brought to fruition by President Barack Obama, building on the base carved out by President George Bush in 2004 and 2005. No doubt, Modi wished to say 'thank you' to Obama while he was still in the White House, but also wished to show that the US-India relationship should persist at the same pace in the future.