Anita Inder Singh, a Swedish citizen, is a Professor at the Centre for Peace and Conflict Resolution in New Delhi . Her books include Democracy, Ethnic Diversity and Security in Post-Communist Europe (Praeger, USA, 2001); her Oxford doctoral thesis, The Origins of the Partition of India, 1936-1947 (Oxford University Press, several editions since 1987, included in OUP's Partition Omnibus, 2004)) and The Limits of British Influence: South Asia and the Anglo-American Relationship 1947-56 (Macmillan, New York and London 1993). Her articles have been published in The Guardian, The World Today, International Affairs, the Times Literary Supplement, the Far Eastern Economic Review and the Asian Wall Street Journal. She has also taught international affairs at Oxford and the LSE.
Anita Inder Singh has written for the OSCE/ODHIR and UN/DESA. She has lived in Sweden , India , Switzerland , Britain , the US , and Russia - and can find her way around in Hindi, Swedish, French, Russian, German (reading only) - and English.