Aman Thakker is an adjunct fellow with the Chair in U.S.-India Policy Studies at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) in Washington, D.C., and a senior associate at the Asia Group. Previously, he was the J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro scholar at St Antony's College at the University of Oxford and a research associate with the Wadhwani Chair at CSIS. While at CSIS, Aman managed the India reforms scorecard project, which tracked the Indian government’s progress on 30 crucial economic reforms, selected after following an extensive methodology, that could unleash sustainable growth and job creation in India. Aman also managed a bilateral track 2 dialogue on deepening security cooperation between India and the United States, which culminated in the publication of a coauthored white paper titled “U.S.-India Maritime Security Cooperation.” Aman continues to contribute to the chair's research on India's federal economic reforms, U.S.-India security ties, and India's foreign and defense policies. Aman earned his master’s degree at the University of Oxford and his bachelor’s degree in international affairs from the George Washington University.
All Aman Thakker Content
Commentary by Donald Camp and Aman Thakker — November 9, 2023
Event — November 8, 2023
Blog Post by Aman Thakker — February 11, 2021
Commentary by Aman Thakker — July 16, 2020
Report by Aman Thakker — October 8, 2019
Commentary by Aman Thakker — October 17, 2018