GUPTA, Sourabh

Resident Senior Fellow
The Institute for China-America Studies

Mr Sourabh Gupta is an Asia-Pacific international relations policy specialist with two decades of Washington, DC-based experience in a think-tank and political risk research and advisory capacity. His key area of expertise appertains to the intersection of international law, both international trade and investment law and international maritime law (the Law of the Sea), with the international relations of the Asia-Pacific region. Other key areas of specialisation include: analysis of developments in World Trade Organization and Asia-Pacific trade and economic regionalism; analysis of key flashpoints as well as outstanding boundary and territorial disputes in Asia; and analysis of major power relationships in the Asia-Pacific region (China-US, China-Japan, China-India, US-Japan, US-India, Japan-India relations). He holds master’s degrees in international security studies and international relations from the Walsh School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University and the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University, respectively. His bachelor’s degree was awarded by the University of Mumbai. He is a member of the United States Council for Security Cooperation in the Asia-Pacific.

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