The Department of International Relations at Ashoka is uniquely placed to offer training from experts at the cutting edge of this discipline. Its internationally renowned faculty offers richly varied perspectives on the challenges of understanding the South Asian region and beyond, from the points of view of both scholars as well as practitioners. This is a highly inter-disciplinary department, whose contributions to the analysis of South Asia’s international history position it at the forefront of an exciting area of research in academia. The department offers a ‘Minor’, and a ‘Concentration’ in International Relations, ideal for undergraduate students who seek a ‘bridge’ discipline that can supplement, and further develop their understandings of how the world works, and the nature and utility of internationalism to different fields, a scholarly understanding of how the analysis of the regions international challenges are better understood with reference to its history.
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