Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Arabinda Acharya is Research Fellow and Head of Strategic Projects at the International Centre for Political Violence and Terrorism Research in S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. He is a visiting Professor, Department of Geo-Politics, Manipal University, India and the Deputy Director of the Centre for Peace and Development Studies, India and listed in the United Nations Alliance of Civilizations’ Roster of Experts for expertise on regionalism, human security and terrorism. Arabinda has worked extensively on Maritime Terrorism and the aspects related to Countering the Financing of Terrorism. Arabinda holds a PhD in International Relations from the Deakin University, Australia. Arabinda is an author/coauthor of four books including Targeting Terrorist Financing: International Cooperation and New Regimes, Terrorist Threat in Southern Thailand: Jihad or Quest for Justice and Ethnic Identity and National Conflict in China. He has also published a number of articles and reviews in book chapters and journals such as Asian Defence and Diplomacy, (Kuala Lumpur), Georgetown Journal of International Affairs, Harvard Asia Quarterly, Pacific Affairs, Asia Pacific Review, The Korean Journal of Defence Analysis and Contemporary Southeast Asia, Washington Quarterly, Studies in Conflict and Terrorism and Journal of Money Laundering Control.
National and International Security, Human Security, Political Violence and Terrorism with specialization in Terrorist Ideology, Terrorist Financing and Maritime Terrorism.