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About Nimmi Kurian

Nimmi Kurian is associate professor at the Centre for Policy Research, New Delhi and Faculty Advisor, India China Institute, The New School, New York. Her research interests include the Asian borderlands; transborder mobilities; comparative regionalism; and transboundary water governance. Her recent publications include: India and China: Rethinking Borders and Security (co-author) University of Michigan Press, 2016; The India China Borderlands: Conversations Beyond the Centre, Sage, 2014; ‘How Suu Kyi can Change the Rohingya Narrative’, Diplomatist, November 2017.

 

Articles by Nimmi Kurian

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Claire Provost

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

Why the ‘good’ refugee is a bad idea

An opaque process of separating the ‘good’ Rohingya refugees from the ‘bad’ ones has begun under conditions where only seven and a half thousand out of one million people have national verification cards.

India’s subaltern border citizen

Could Delhi be solving the wrong problem? What it chooses to define as a law and order problem is essentially a governance crisis of severe proportions and one that the Indian state is not yet willing to acknowledge.

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