The Kodikara Award was introduced by RCSS in 1996 in honour of the first Executive Director of RCSS, Prof. Shelton Kodikara. The primary objective of Kodikara Award is to sponsor and generate new knowledge on the main areas of research interest of the RCSS including policy-relevant studies. Thus far many young scholars from across South Asia have contributed new knowledge and perspectives on research areas such as: SAARC: Relevance and Future; South Asian Economic Cooperation; South Asia and China; US Pivot to Asia: Implications for Asia-Pacific; South Asian Political Culture; The Role of Religion and National Policies.
All publications under the Kodikara Fellowship Awards can be accessed through the RCSS Digital Library.
RCSS officially calls for applications for its annual Kodikara Fellowships – 2020. The fellowships are tenable for six months, commencing in 2020, during which time each grantee will be under obligation to produce and submit an original research monograph, which will...
How do CBM’s (Confidence Building Measures) Perform in South Asia: Mapping the Relative Performance of India-Pakistan CBMs
Portia B. Conrad India International Centre, New Delhi, India. 2019 *To be published.
Sunil Pradhan Ph.D candidate, Department of International Relations, Sikkim University, Sikkim, India 2014
Venkateshwaran Lokanathan Assistant Professor, St. Joseph’s College, Bangalore 2014
Daya Raj Subedi Lecturer, Mid-Western University of Nepal 2015
Making Kashmir Borderless Debidatta Aurobinda Mahapatra Assistant Professor, Centre for South and Central Asian Studies, Central University of Punjab, India 2013
Maritime Cooperation in South Asia Sithara Fernando Visiting Researcher Fellow at the Institute of Chinese Studies (ICS), Delhi 2013
Problems in Understanding Religious Radicalization in South Asia: Perspectives on Islam and Hinduism
Problems in Understanding Religious Radicalization in South Asia: Perspectives on Islam and Hinduism Shahab Enam Khan Assistant Professor in International Relations, Jahangirnagar University, Bangladesh 2013
Mutual Vulnerability in the Indus Basin: Integrated Water Security as Conflict Transformation Strategy
Mutual Vulnerability in the Indus Basin: Integrated Water Security as Conflict Transformation Strategy Asma Yaqoob Research analyst, Institute of Regional Studies, Islamabad, Pakistan 2013
Problems in Understanding Religious Radicalization in South Asia, Perspectives on Islam and Hinduism
Problems in Understanding Religious Redicalization in South Asia, Perspectives on Islam and Hinduism Shahab Enam Khan 2010