August 16, 2022

Gupta Appears on Marketplace Morning Report

Kimberly Adams of American Public Media’s Marketplace interviewed Surupa Gupta, associate professor of Political Science and International Affairs, in connection with U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s announcement of new investments in Asia ahead of his trip. The interview was broadcast on Marketplace Morning Report nationally.

Gupta Writes on Prospect of India’s Leadership in Regional Integration Efforts in Asia

Surupa Gupta, associate professor of Political Science and International Affairs, contributed a policy brief titled “Constraints to India’s Support for Regional Economic Integration” to an East-West Center series on the “Political Economy of Indo-Pacific.” The other pieces in the series focus on China, Indonesia, Cambodia and Thailand.

Gupta presents her research at an OECD-World Bank workshop

Surupa Gupta, associate professor of Political Science and International Affairs, presented her research on the political economy of agricultural subsidies in India at an OECD-World Bank workshop on “Facilitating policy change towards sustainable water use in agriculture” in Washington DC on May 29-30 2018.

Her presentation was titled “Fertilizer and Electricity for Groundwater Irrigation: Insights from India.”

Here is a link to the workshop:

Walmart Enters India’s Crowded E-Commerce Market (Slate.com)

Gupta Interviewed By Asia Experts Forum

A student journalist for the Asia Experts Forum, an online journal run by the Keck Center for International and Strategic Studies at the Claremont McKenna College, interviewed Surupa Gupta, associate professor of Political Science and International Affairs on the prospects for economic growth and the state of economic policymaking in India under the Modi administration.

Here is a link to the interview: https://asiaexpertsforum.org/dr-surupa-gupta-indias-economic-growth/

Gupta interviewed by World Politics Review

World Politics Review interviewed Surupa Gupta, associate professor of Political Science and International Affairs on the recent farm protests in Maharashtra, India.

Here is a link to the interview: https://www.worldpoliticsreview.com/trend-lines/24463/despite-their-political-clout-small-farmers-in-india-feel-left-behind-by-the-state

Gupta delivers talk at the University of Pittsburgh

Surupa Gupta, associate professor of Political Science and International Affairs, delivered a lecture titled “Food Fights at the WTO: Political Economy of India’s Focus on Food Security in International Trade Negotiations” on Friday, Jan. 26, 2018, as part of a speaker series at the Asian Studies Center at the University of Pittsburgh in Pennsylvania.

UMW Awards Top Honors at Commencement

The University of Mary Washington presented its top honors awards during commencement ceremonies on Friday, May 12, and Saturday, May 13. Rachelle Serena Dambrose of Virginia received the Colgate W. Darden Jr. Award, which is presented to the student with the highest grade-point average (GPA) in the four-year undergraduate program. Dambrose finished with a 3.99 […]

Gupta Delivers Lecture at Delhi University

Surupa Gupta, associate professor of Political Science and International Affairs, delivered a lecture titled “Why Does India Need to WTO” to the faculty of Political Science, Delhi University, during her recent visit to New Delhi.

Gupta Presents at International Conference

Surupa Gupta, associate professor of Political Science and International Affairs, presented a paper titled “Shifting Goal-posts: Global IPR Norms and the U.S.-India Conflict” at the annual meeting of the International Political Science Association held in Poznan, Poland, during July 23-28, 2016. The paper was based on her research on U.S.-India relations as an East-West Center fellow during her sabbatical.