Adrij is a research enthusiast and writer with more than three years of experience. He has previously worked with IT start-up Enter Cerebrum as the Content Creator for six months, and as a National Servicer Scheme volunteer for a year. He was also a parliamentary intern at the Centre for Legislative Research and Advocacy, where he authored a paper on Business and Human Rights Framework in India. After his post-graduation in Economics, he has authored five academic papers. Two of them have been published in India. Adrij’sresearch interests have taken him to Cambridge, Edinburgh, Lisbon, Crieff, and Liverpool as a student academic, and to Colombo as an Indian delegate to Sri Lanka. He has been writing in leading dailies like the Times of India and The Telegraph, UK. Adrij likes to write on Indian policy-making, global socioeconomic policies, and international relations.
Founded in 2011, South Asia Journal (SAJ) is a policy magazine focused on issues relating to South Asia. Bearing no political affiliation, the journal’s goal is to provide discerning, critical perspectives on the South Asian sub-continent and its evolving relationship to the broader world. SAJ aims to highlight emerging regional trends, especially issues which call for more emphasis among decision makers and policy framers.