Dr Waheguru Pal Singh (W.P.S.) Sidhu is a senior fellow with Brookings India in New Delhi and Foreign Policy at Brookings. He is also a non-resident senior fellow at New York University’s Center on International Cooperation. His research focuses on India’s evolving grand strategy; the role of India in the global order; and addressing nuclear weapon challenges and security. He has taught extensively on the role of the United Nations and regionalism, Southern Asia, and confidence building measures. He is co-editor of Shaping the Emerging World: India and the Multilateral Order, published in August 2013 by Brookings Institution Press. He has also published in leading international journals, including Arms Control Today, Asian Survey, Disarmament Diplomacy, Disarmament Forum, International Peacekeeping, Jane’s Intelligence Review, Politique Etrangere, and the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists. Dr Sidhu is also a regular columnist for Mint newspaper on international, regional and strategic issues.
Previously, Dr Sidhu held senior positions with the EastWest Institute (New York), the Geneva Centre for Security Policy, the International Peace Academy (New York), the Centre for International Studies at Oxford University, the Centre on International Security and Cooperation at Stanford University, the Rockefeller Foundation (New York), and the International Institute for Strategic Studies (London). Dr Sidhu is the recipient of several awards and fellowships.