Ms. Suchibrata Roy is a Ph.D. candidate and Doctoral Fellow in International Relations and Global Politics at the Jindal School of International Affairs, O.P. Jindal Global University, India.

Currently, she is writing a thesis about the role of Israeli travelers in boosting bilateral relations between India and Israel. She holds a Master’s in Diplomacy, Law, and Business (MADLB), a Postgraduate Diploma in Human Rights, and has completed a Master’s Program in Business Administration (MBA). She was a scholar-in-residence at St. John’s College, Oxford for the ISGAP Summer Institute on Curriculum Development in Critical
Antisemitism Studies in 2018 and Scholars in Residence, ISGAP-Oxford Summer institute (Online), 2020. Ms. Roy is a socio-political analyst with 19+ years of varied experience in strategic leadership positions across various multinational corporations and international universities, relying on a wide range of work experience within business and academia. Negotiation, Multilingualism, People skill, and a profound understanding of diversified
cultures are her main strength. She has progressive research interests related to Public Diplomacy, Politics of the Middle East, Israel Studies, Jewish identities, and antisemitism. She has published one article about India-Israel Strategic Cooperation in last May and presently working on two papers i.e.(1) a theme which describes a unique character of “New Jew’; how do this dynamic young Jewish community outside Israel define their Jewishness and self-determination by being Jewish or being Israeli and (2) a paper on Antisemitism and antizionism.