"What Does India Want from a Partnership" - 4 May 2021. The final event in the APARC South Asia research initiative event series for 2020-2021. A conversation with former National Security Advisor, Shivshankar Menon. 

"Strategic Competition in the Bay of Bengal" - 29 April 2021. The seventh event in the APARC South Asia research initiative event series, which this term focuses on South Asia beyond India. Featuring C. Raja Mohan and Nilanthi Samaranayake. 

"Peace in Afghanistan: Nothing is Agreed Until Everything is Agreed" - 13 April 2021. The sixth event in the APARC South Asia research initiative event series, which this term focuses on South Asia beyond India. Featuring Asfandyar Mir and Dipali Mukhopadhyay. 

"Transnational Policy Challenges in the Bay of Bengal" - 18 February 2021. The fifth event in the APARC South Asia research initiative event series, which this term focuses on South Asia beyond India. Featuring Kelley Currie, Tanaya Dutta Gupta, and Constantino Xavier. 

"Cornered into Change? Pakistan's Response to National Crises in 2021" - 2 February 2021. The fourth event in the APARC South Asia research initiative event series, which this term focuses on South Asia beyond India. Featuring Madiha Afzal, Rabia Akhtar, and Elizabeth Threlkeld. 

"Is India Losing? A Conversation with Ashley Tellis" - 9 November 2020. The third event in the APARC South Asia research initiative event series on the India-China strategic competition. Read the transcript here

"On the Watershed: The Implications of the 2020 China-India Border Crisis" - 6 October 2020. The inaugural event in the APARC South Asia research initiative event series on the India-China strategic competition. Featuring Joseph Felter, Tanvi Madan, and Yun Sun. 

"Armchair Strategist" podcast, from the Observer Research Foundation - 2 October 2020. With Oriana Skylar Mastro, I discuss the India-China conventional military balance. Hosted by Ritika Passi and Angad Singh.

"Carnegie Insights" video - 13 August 2020. I provide a short overview of my paper for Carnegie India, called "The Army in Indian Military Strategy: Rethink Doctrine or Risk Irrelevance," which is available here and on my publications page.