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Mr. Narottam Gaan

Narottam Gaan Name : Narottam Gaan
Designation : Professor
Qualification : M.A, M.Phil, Ph.D
Phone No. : +91-9937132207
E-mail ID : narottam_gaan(at)yahoo(dot)com

  • International Relation
  • Security Studies - Traditional and non-traditional
  • Foreign Policy
  • Political Theory
  • Western Political Thought and Indian Thought

  • International Relation
  • Western Political Thought and Indian Thought
  • Ph. D Guidance (Awarded)
    • Saubhagyalaxmi Misra, Topic: “Securitization of climate change in America’s post-cold war foreign policy, Implications and Imperatives, Non-traditional security challenges with special reference to India”, 2011.
    • Chandramani Pradhan, Topic: “The Foreign Policy of the United States towards Sri Lanka (1948 to present)”, 2014
    • Sabita Mohapatra, Topic “Climate Change and Security Implications: A study of the United Nations”, 2015
    • Alok Kumar Ray, Topic: “Environmental Security of Resources and Violent Conflict: A Case study of the Tribal inhabited KBK (Kalahandi, Bolangir and Koraput) in Orissa”.
    • Subhashree Patnaik, Topic: “Climate change: Imperatives for sustainable Development in India’s Foreign Policy.
  • Ph. D Guidance (Submitted)
    • Gargi Kaul submitted her Ph. D thesis
  • M.Phil awarded
    • Thirteen scholars have been awarded M.Phil degree in Political Science by Utkal University, Bhubaneswar, Odisha.
1 “Demystifying We the People” Odisha Political Science Journal, Vol. XVIII, No. 1, December 2011.
2 “The Relative Young Cohort Size: Impact on Democracy and Governance”, Public Administration Review, Vol.XII April 2011.
3 “Climate change and sea level rise in Bangladesh: Security Implications on India, 2012, World Focus.
4 “Rich Mass and Poor Democracy, Indian Journal of Political Science, 2012.
5 “Youth Age structure reshaping state and security in the arc of instability: Africa, Middle East and Asia”, Nepali Journal of Contemporary of Studies, Vol. XIII, No.1, March 2013.
6 “Climate Change: A Threat to Human Security in Nepal”, Regional Studies (Islamabad), Vol. XXXI, No.2, Spring 2013.
7 “Climate Change the EU-India from a strategic partnership to strategic dialogue”, World Focus, no. 398, February 2013.
8 “Energy Security and climate change”, No. 399, World Focus, March 2013.
9 “Civil Society and Global Environment Governance”, World Focus no.437, November, 2013.
10 Energy crisis: Security implications, World Focus, no.399, 2013.
11 India’s policy on climate change in the context of US posture, no.419, Word Focus, November 2014.
12 American Foreign Policy towards India: Strategy of aid with religion, World Affairs, Vol.18, no.3, July-September, 2014.
13 India and ASEAN Cooperation on Climate Change, Politico, vol.2, no.2. 2014.
14 “Conceptualizing Human Security: Toward Shifting Paradigm” Asian Profile, Vol. 43, No.1, February, 2015.
15 Youth Bulge: Constraining and Reshaping transition to Liberal Democracy in Afghanistan, India Quarterly, 71(1), 2015.
16 “Climate change, Demographic Challenges in Pakistan and Aid from US”, Nam Today, Vol. XXXXVI, No.4. April 2015, NAM Today.
17 “Population age structure, liberal democracy and civil war”, World Affairs, vol.19,no.2, Summer 2015.
18 Climate change and threats to Human Security, World Focus, October, 2015.

1 REVIEWING BOOK: America, Pakistan, and the India factor (Niroda Mohanty), NAM TODAY, vol. XXXXX, no.8, August, 2015
2 Book Chapter: Water sources of Tibet: A factor in Indo-China Relations in Annpurna., etal, (ed), India-China Relations in the contemporary Era: Opportunities, Obstacles and Outlooks( New Delhi: Kalpaz, 2015).
3 Book Chapter: Perspectives on Indo-US relations after the end of the cold war in Amulya Tripathy (ed)., Post 9/11 United States- India Relations towards an active Engagement (New Delhi: Reference Press, 2013.
4 Book Chapter: “Environmental Security in India Ocean Region: US policy in Parlance and Practice” in Mohammed Bardul Alam edited Indo-US Relations: Dimensions and Emerging Trends, Shipra, New Delhi, 2013.
5 Book Chapter: “America and Nuclear Non-proliferation in South Asia: Problems and Challenges” in A.K. Tripathy and Jayanta K. Mohapatra ed. Nuclear Proliferation in South Asia and United States: Issues and Dynamics, Reference Press, New Delhi, 2012.
6 Book Chapter: “Climate change and social exclusion in South Asia, Women Studies, et al, (ed) Utkal University, Abhisek Publication, New Delhi, 2012.
7 Book Chapter: “Resurgence of Maoism in KBK Districts of Odisha”, Arun Mohanty, et al, (ed) Contemporary Odisha: Realities and Vision, Axis Books Private. Ltd, New Delhi, 2012.
8 BOOKS: Trends and Issues in Global Politics, New Delhi: New Centurion (in press).
9 BOOKS: “Climate Change and new security challenges: The case of United Nations”, New Delhi: Knowledge world, 2015 (in press).
10 BOOKS: “India’s Foreign Policy towards its Neighbours”, New Delhi: Abhijeet Publication, 2015.
11 BOOKS: “Climate Change and rising sea level in Bangladesh: Security Implication for India,” New Delhi, Mittal, 2015.
12 BOOKS: “Climate Change and threats to human security” , New Delhi: Kalpaz, 2014.

1 Ambassador of Peace Award by Universal Peace Foundation, South Korea on 10th September, 2014.

Professor,  21st May, 2010 – 30 September,  2015, Utkal University.
  • Visiting Professor
    • Pondicherry Central University, From 13-14 the March, 2014
    • Invited a lead speaker on Afghanistan after US withdrawal: Implications for India on October 1, 2013, Pondicherry University
    • Invited to deliver an address on Decision Making in Foreign Policy with reference to India and its Diaspora on 13.02.2015 in the school of language, Literature and Cultural Studies, Central University of Gujarat