Dr. Arjun Subramaniam

DR ARJUN SUBRAMANIAM

AIR VICE MARSHAL (DR) ARJUN SUBRAMANIAM, (RETD), INDIAN AIR FORCE
VISITING PROF, FLETCHER SCHOOL OF LAW & DIPLOMACY & VISITING FELLOW, CEM, D’AMORE-MCKIM BUSINESS SCHOOL, NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY

Air Vice Marshal Arjun Subramaniam (Retd) is a fighter pilot-scholar who recently retired from the Indian Air Force after 36 years in uniform. An experienced fighter pilot and pilot instructor who has flown MiG-21s and Mirage-2000s, he is A P.h.D in Defence and Strategic Studies from the University of Madras, India. A prolific writer, strategic commentator, and military historian, he is the author of three books including the well-received ‘India’s Wars: A Military History 1947-1971’ that has been published in India by Harper Collins and in the US by the US Naval Institute Press.

Prior to his current academic assignments at Fletcher and NU, he was a Visiting Fellow at the Harvard Asia Center in Fall 2017 and a Visiting Fellow at the Changing Character of War Programme at Oxford University in Spring 2018. He has lectured extensively over the last 12 months on contemporary Indian military history and strategic culture, air power and the complex India-China relationship at Harvard, MIT, Fletcher, Georgetown, Emory, Georgia Tech, UNC, Chapel Hill, NCSU, US Air War College, US Naval War College, Oxford & RUSI.

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