Dr. Dubey completed his graduation in Political Science and post-graduation in Political Science with specialisation in International Relations from Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi. He completed his Master of Philosophy (MPhil) and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) from the Centre for Canada, United States, and Latin American Studies of the School of International Studies at Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. He is an awardee of the Junior Research Fellowship/Senior Research Fellowship from the University Grants Commission, New Delhi.
Dr. Dubey has received prestigious awards and fellowships from various funding agencies. Under the Data Collection Abroad scheme of the Indian Council for Social Science Research (ICSSR), New Delhi he visited Canada to collect primary and secondary data for his doctoral thesis titled ‘Canadian Foreign Policy during Chretien Premiership, 1993-2003’. During his PhD years, he was selected as the only candidate in his subject by Shastri Indo-Canadian Institute (SICI), New Delhi for a fully funded research project as a visiting doctoral fellow at Munk School of Global Affairs, Canada in the year 2017.
His area of specialisation is International Relations, whereas he is an expert on Canadian affairs and Indo-Canada relations. His current research is focusing on the foreign policy and diplomacy of the Middle Powers in the changing world order. In his teaching career, he offered various core and specialised papers of Political Science and International Relations to graduate and postgraduate students..
Dr. Dubey recently received funding for his research project as co-PI from Indian Knowledge System (IKS) a division that falls under the Ministry of Education (MoE) at All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), New Delhi.
Education Qualification: Master of Arts; Master of Philosophy; Doctor of Philosophy
Hobbies: Exploring new places, cultures, and cuisine.
Articles in Journals/Books:
“Are Canadian Political Parties Empty Vessels?” in Research Discourse, ISSN no.-
2277-2014, vol.- 4, issue- 6, October-December 2016
“Multiculturalism: A Canadian Perspective” in Tripathga, ISSN no. 2395-4280, vol.-
3, Issue- 1, June-July 2016
“Canada-Nepal Relations: Opportunities and Challenges” as co-author in Revisiting
Nepal’s Foreign Policy in Contemporary Global Power Structure edited by Dr Pramod
“9/11 Attack and its Impact on Canada” in About America: Beyond the Oregon Trail
edited by Dr Manan Dwivedi and Dr Raghubansh Sinha
“Trudeau’s Canada demands for Foreign Policy Reinvigoration”
“Canadian Federal Elections: Trudeau on a Slippery Slope!”
“An Analysis of Trudeau’s Statement on Protesting Indian Farmers”
“Why Justin Trudeau must kill Khalistan Rumours: There is long road ahead”
“All that you want to know about Armenia-Azerbaijan War and involvement of
external powers” (co-authored)