Dr. Peu Ghosh

M.A., Ph.D. (J.U.)
Assistant Professor

Department: Political Science
About me

Hobbies: reading, singing and playing synthesizer

She has worked on refugee related issues with the Centre for Refugee Studies, Department of International Relations, Jadavpur University, The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees and the International Committee of the Red Cross, New Delhi. She has authored a book entitled International Relations published from PHI Learning, New Delhi which has earned wide acclaim in the academic circle. She also has published a book entitled Bhutanese Refugees: A Forgotten Saga which is a detailed and in-depth study of the plight of Bhutanese refugees who have been forcefully evicted from Bhutan and are residing in refugee camps in Nepal for last twenty years. She has also written a number of articles on various topics in various academic journals.


[1] International Relations, PHI Learning, New Delhi, October, 2009  Second Revised Edition, March, 2011
[2] Bhutanese Refugees: A Forgotten Saga, Minerva Publisher, Kolkata, July 2010
[1] “Operation Iraqi Freedom: A Study from the International Humanitarian Law Perspective” in The West Bengal Political Science Review, Vol. VIII, No-I & II, Jan-Dec, 2005. 
[2] “Tremor of Terror”, in The West Bengal Political Science Review, Vol.IX, No-I & II, Jan-Dec, 2006
[3] “The Mahatma`s World Vision”, in WBPSA, Ninth Annual Conference Souvenir, March, 2007. 
[4] “Political ideas of Rammohan Roy, Politicus, Ashutosh College Publication, Feb 2010. 
[5] “Indo-Bhutan Relations: Continuity or Change?” in Raj Kumar Kothari, (ed.), India`s Foreign Policy: Challenges and Opportunities in the New Millennium, Academic Excellence, New Delhi, 2011.                
[6] “Central Asia and Central Asia and Caspian Sea Region: The Great Game Rivalry” in IQAC Journal of Lady Brabourne College, January, 2011       
[7] “Global Economic Crisis and the Predicament of the Failed States: A Case Study of Somalia”, in the Seminar Proceedings of the international Seminar on Globalization, Capitalist Crisis & Inclusive Development: Myths and Reality, (forthcoming)          
[8] “The Lhotshampas : Voiceless, Unrepresented and Evicted from The Land of the Thunder Dragon—Bhutan”, Socialist Perspective, Vol…., 2011 (forthcoming)              
[9] “Bhopal Gas Disaster: Justice Delayed and Denied”, Politics and Society, Department of  Political Science with Rural Administration, Vidyasagar University, Vol-VII: 2010-2011.