Anubhav Gupta

Andy Gupta is a Masters student at the Fletcher School focusing on U.S. foreign policy, international security issues, and South Asia. You can follow him on Twitter: @AndyGupta21

Fletcher Forum articles by Anubhav Gupta:


India-Pakistan Trade: A New Hope

May 11, 2013 by Anubhav Gupta
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India and Pakistan, at odds since their inception, can trade their way to peace. The current normalization in diplomatic relations has opened the door to greater economic engagement. The two countries should jump on this opportunity.

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Fletcher Forum Interview With Dr. Michael Klein

March 27, 2013 by Anubhav Gupta
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The Fletcher Forum recently sat down with Dr. Michael Klein, William L. Clayton Professor of International Economic Affairs at The Fletcher School, to talk about U.S. economic policy, current issues in international economics and what it takes to succeed in international affairs.

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Fletcher Forum Interview with Mr. Edmond Mulet

December 8, 2012 by Anubhav Gupta
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The Fletcher Forum recently sat down with UN Assistant Secretary General for Peacekeeping Operations, Mr. Edmond Mulet. A seasoned diplomat, Mr. Mulet has also served as the UN Special Representative for Haiti on two occasions. Before working for the UN, Mr. Mulet was a Guatemalan diplomat and served as Guatemala’s Ambassador to the United States and […]

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An Interview with Farah Pandith, State Department Special Representative to Muslim Communities

April 24, 2012 by Anubhav Gupta
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On April 4th, 2012, U.S. Special Representative to Muslim Communities, Farah Pandith, spoke to The Forum about foreign policy careers and how the United States government is engaging with Muslim communities around the world. She commented on several issues, including the need to get past “us vs. them” narratives, a “youth quake” around the world, and how to be an “entrepreneurial diplomat” in the 21st Century.

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