Traditional notions of sovereignty and the nation-state in international relations and international law have, if not entirely eroded, been joined by the rise in importance of transnational actors. These bodies may be state-driven international institutions

The Centre aims to study political violence from two prisms–globalized violence and globalized ethics–and to explore alternative ways to understand it.

The Centre aims to be a key venue for teaching and research on issues and frameworks of Asia-Pacific security studies in India and globally.

The main aim of the Centre is to promote an environment for ethically sound economic policy making through rigorous and high quality research.

The objectives of the Centre are: fostering interdisciplinary research on Middle East Studies in collaboration with regional academics, experts and practitioners;

The Centre aims to contextually study socio- political and legal transformations that continue to reinvent the European region and engage in interdisciplinary diffusions - a shift from eternally studying Europe as the “inside” to Europe “inside-out”.

The Centre seeks to mitigate the security dilemma of the South Asia region of great potential and immense risk by reviving the liberal and free exchange which formerly existed and which is the foundation of peace and civilizational growth.

Located at the crossroads of South Asia and Central Asia, facing southwards from the Hindukush into the Indian sub-continent and looks down northwards into India’s extended neighbourhood.

Southeast Asia, a sub-region of Asia, consists of the countries that are geographically south of China, east of India, west of New Guinea and north of Australia, which includes Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, East Timor, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar (Burma), Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam.

JCIS aims to carry out research on race, ethnicity and conflict; Jewish Identity, bilateral relations between India and Israel, the American-Jewish Diaspora and Israel as well as on Europe and Israel.

JSIA’s Centre for African, Latin American and Caribbean Studies (CALACS) mission is to enhance interregional understanding and cooperation through policy-oriented research, dialogue and training.