Ms. Sreoshi Sinha is a doctoral candidate in Peace and Conflict Resolution Studies from Jamia Millia Islamia, India. Her thesis focuses on “Terrorism and Counter Terrorism: Challenges to Human Rights Law and International Humanitarian Law.” She holds an M.Phil. in Foreign Policy Studies from the University of Calcutta's Institute of Foreign Policy Studies. Simultaneously, she is working with the National Maritime Foundation, New Delhi, as an Associate Fellow. Earlier she has worked as a Research Associate with the Centre For Air Power Studies, New Delhi, from where she has published her monograph on “Nuclear Weapons and International Humanitarian Law.” Sreoshi has also spoken on non-traditional security threats at numerous international conferences, such as the World Political Science Congress organized by the International Political Science Association and the NESA Maritime Series Workshop organized by the Near East South Asia (NESA) Center for Strategic Studies, Washington. She has a Master degree in Human Rights Studies and has formerly worked as a human rights and women studies lecturer at numerous undergraduate institutions under the University of Calcutta.