Malaviya Centre for Peace Research
UNESCO Chair for Peace and Intercultural Understanding
Banaras Hindu University
Research & Publication
2014, Upadhyaya, Priyankar, eds. 2014. Peace and Conflict: The South Asian Experience. New Delhi: Cambridge University Press India.
2013, ‘Depleting Ground Water Resources and risks to India’s Water Security’. In India's Human Security: Lost Debates, Forgotten People, Intractable Challenge, edited by Jason Miklian and Ashild Kolas, 33-45. London: Routledge.
2013, ‘Interrogating Peace in Meghalaya’, CORE Policy Brief, 03. Oslo: PRIO. Online
2013,‘Building Peace through Human Security: A Transformational Agenda’, Peaceworks: An Interdisciplinary Journal 3(1).
2013,‘Peacebuilding in Europe and India: Theory and Practice’. In D.6.5: Comparative Report on Empirical Basis for Global Governance, Europe and India. Oslo: PRIO
2011, “Exploring Indian Peace Perspectives in New Millennium” In Achin Vinayak (ed.) A Survey of Research in Political Science – Vol. IIV International Relations. London: Oxford University Press (in press).
2013, ‘Environmental Security and Peace Building: A Plea for a Theoretical Construct’ Peaceworks: An Interdisciplinary Journal 3(1)
2013, ‘Environmental Conflict and Security: Lesson’s for India.’ In Interdisciplinary Advances in Environmental and Earth Sciences, edited by R.P. Sharma, R.S. Yadav and V.N. Sharma. New Delhi: R.K. Books.
“Disaster Risk Reduction: The Hyogo Framework for Action, in
Journal of Conflict Management and Development, Vol. III, No. 3, 2010,
Malaviya Centre for Peace Research, BHU.
Developed two Curricula under UPSAM Program in the UN Mandated University for Peace, Costa Rica in 2009-10
A. An Introduction to Environmental Security and Peace.
B. An Introduction to Peace, Conflict, Security and Development.
These curriculums can be retrieved from www.upsam.upeace.org,
click on the "Deliverables”
---------- “Nationalism and Ethnic Conflict in Central Asia: Theoratical Perspectives” in Journal of Conflict Management and Development, Vol – II, No. 2, 2006, Malaviya Centre for Peace Research, BHU.
----------- “China's Xinjiang Conundrum”, in Kanti Bajpai & Amitabh Mattoo (eds.) (2001): Peacock and the Dragon, Har Anand Publication.