We Specialise in India and South Asia

Now Released: Chapter 4, ‘India and Pakistan: Finding Agreement’, in Lance Brennan and Auriol Weigold, editors, Re-thinking India: Perceptions from Australia, New Delhi, Readworthy, 2013.    
I am now working on a manuscript titled 'Strategic Issues in South Asia', which is designed to help people at the undergraduate level understand many of South Asia's complexities and issues.
Blog site: South Asia Mattershttp://csnedden.wordpress.com

Manuscript for book titled Understanding Kashmir and Kashmiris sent to Hurst and Co., London, on 29 April 2013. To be released in April 2014.

A remarkable piece by Shujaat Bukhari, of Rising Kashmir, about my proposal to 'Let the People Decide' the future of J&K:

March 2013: New book by Christopher Snedden titled Kashmir: The Unwritten History is selling well:
Christopher Snedden is to complete a draft by the end of April on a new book titled Understanding Kashmir and Kashmiris, to be published by Hurst and Co., London, later this year.

New book by Christopher Snedden titled Kashmir: The Unwritten History launched on 27 February 2013 in New Delhi. See http://www.harpercollins.co.in/BookDetail.asp?Book_Code=3706
What we have been working on.  Here is a list of some of our recent work:

National Security College
Strategic Perspectives: India and Pakistan
Melbourne University Melbourne
India-Pakistan relations and the Centrality of the Kashmir Dispute in this Relationship 
Deakin University
Supervision of military students doing Masters of Arts (Strategic Studies) 
Minter Ellison
South Asia Political and Economic Lectures
Kashmir simulation; Cross Cultural Briefing Notes
La Trobe University
MA students: lectures on India, Pakistan; lecture to Young Muslim Leaders about India
Centre for Defence and Strategic Studies
Week-long 'South Asia'; week-long 'What is Asia-Pacific?'
Australian Institute of Police Management
University of New South Wales
13-week course on Indian History
Australian National University
Islam in India; Islam in Pakistan 
Law Institute of Victoria
Cross-Cultural Communication