Dr. Ajai Sahni is
Executive Director, Institute for Conflict Management and the South Asia
Terrorism Portal; and Executive Editor, Faultlines: Writings on
Conflict & Resolution. He has researched extensively on terrorism
and low intensity warfare in the Indian subcontinent, and is the
co-editor (with K.P.S. Gill) of Terror & Containment: Perspectives on
India's Internal Security.
for Conflict Management is a registered non-profit Society based in
New Delhi, committed to the continuous evaluation and resolution of
problems of internal security and to the promotion of a greater
understanding of the social, economic, political, legislative and
developmental underpinnings of the wide range of internal conflicts in
South Asia, and their resolution. The primary activities of the
Institute include (1) Research on terrorism, low intensity warfare;
sectarian and other conflict, developmental and economic policies in
areas of pervasive disorder and the effective civil administration of
areas under threat of terrorism or other patterns of widespread strife.
(2) Dissemination of information, data and research results through
national and international media to create greater awareness of the
patterns of strife and initiatives for resolution experienced in South
Asia. (3) Consultancy services on terrorism, low intensity warfare and
other issues related to internal security.