Nonviolent Resistances in the Contemporary World: Case Studies from India, Poland, and Turkey (Hardcover)
Nalanda Roy is an Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science and International Studies at Georgia Southern University, USA. She is also serving as a visiting scholar with the Center for Genocide and Human Rights, Rutgers University, USA. She is the associate editor of the Journal of Asian Security and International Affairs. She also serves as the board member for International Studies Review, Oxford University Press, Perspectives on Global Development and Technology, Journal of the Royal Society for Asian Affairs, Routledge: Taylor and Francis Group, South Asian Survey. She has published a book titled Bitter Moments -- The Story of Indonesian Fragmentation in 2015. In 2016, she published a book The South China Sea Disputes -- Past, Present, and Future. In 2020, she published a book titled Exploring the Tripod: Immigration, Security, and Economy in the Post-9/11. Her next book was published in 2021 titled Navigating Uncertainty in The South China Sea Disputes: Interdisciplinary Perspectives. She is also on the board of directors with the City of Savannah and works for the Greater Savannah International Alliance.