Dr Sutha Nadarajah
MA, PhD (London)
Lecturer in International Relations
- Dr Sutha Nadarajah
- Email address:
- +44 (0)20 7898 4464
- SOAS, University of London
Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London WC1H 0XG
- Russell Square: College Buildings
- Office No:
- Office Hours:
- Tuesday & Wednesday 4-5pm
- On Sabbatical:
- Research leave 2013/14
Dr. Suthaharan Nadarajah’s research focuses on International Security, International Relations, and global governance. He teaches courses on International Relations, Global Public Policy and Project Management. His research examines how the international community secures itself against emergent threats to international order through global frameworks which combine themes of security, development and liberal governance. He is also studying the role of financial regulation in international stability. His doctoral thesis (completed at SOAS’s Department of Politics and International Studies) used Sri Lanka’s armed conflict and Norwegian-led peace process as case study. He has conducted donor-funded policy research on Sri Lanka’s conflict, terrorism proscriptions, armed groups and war-to-peace transition, diaspora mobilisation, and donor-recipient dialogue for the Asia Foundation, Berghof Foundation and European Commission. Before joining CISD, he lectured in International Security at the University of Sussex. Before undertaking his MA and doctoral research at SOAS, he worked in the corporate sector for ten years at Hewlett Packard, Accenture and Goldman Sachs.
- Global Public Policy
- International Relations 1: Foundations of World Politics
- International Relations 2: Contemporary World Politics
- Project Management
PhD Students supervised
- Hanns Bjoern Kendel, The role of procedure in shaping outcomes - Anti-terrorism trials under Indian Law.
International relations theory, international security, global governance, North-South relations, politics of the ‘War on Terror’, securitized development, international financial regulation.
Laffey, Mark and Nadarajah, Suthaharan (2012) 'The Hybridity of Liberal Peace: States, Diasporas and Insecurity.' Security Dialogue, 43 (5). pp. 402-419.