Dr. Sudha G. Rajput is the author of Internal Displacement and Conflict: The Kashmiri Pandits in Comparative Perspective (Routledge, 2019). Her co-authored book chapters appear in Scientific Explorations of Cause and Consequence across Social Contexts’ and in State, Society, and Minorities in South and Southeast Asia. Her journal articles appear in the Forced Migration Review and on digital platform, Beyond Intractability. Her multi-dimensional field research on conflict-induced displacement in Kashmir, addresses societal and policy issues and has led to the development of her course, Refugees and IDP Issues, drawing graduate students from fields of conflict resolution, international development, humanitarian assistance and peacebuilding. She serves as a Consultant/Trainer, for USAID, designing and conducting capacity building workshops in Khartoum, Sudan, with a focus on cross-border co-existence. As a Professorial Lecturer, at George Washington University, she teaches the course Refugee and Migrant Crisis. She is a trainer for the Forage Center for Peacebuilding Education, where in a 4-day humanitarian assistance simulation, she coaches graduate students on displacement issues. She teaches at the University of Maryland, University College, delivering online classes for the United States military students, at the University’s MBA program. Her interests on post-conflict issues include her past travels to: Bosnia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Georgia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, Sudan, and Ukraine. Her 31-year career at the World Bank touched on multiple aspects of international development, working on thirteen countries of the former Soviet Union. Sudha’s blog on internal displacement can be found at www.internaldisplacement.info. Dr. Rajput lives in Washington, D.C.