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About Aditya Sakorkar

Aditya Sakorkar is a researcher in International Relations. His main interests are identity politics, psychological aspects of terrorism, security issues, and IR theory. He also holds a Master's in history and diploma in journalism 

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

Dehumanisation and terrorism

The war on terror has focused many discussions on the identity of the perceived perpetrators. These debates fail to incorporate how victims of terrorism are themselves denied their voice.

On corruption, ombudsmen, and theatrics

Team Anna’s anti-corruption drive is more likely to reinforce an anti-Congress sentiment among the people of India than an anti-corruption stance
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