Ramachandra Byrappa  (Mr.)

Ramachandra Byrappa left India at an early age to pursue his studies in Western Europe. He won scholarships to study in France and later completed his A-levels in Oxford. With a keen interest for international relations, he moved to the University of Kent to do his BA. After a brief study of economics at the University of Düsseldorf he moved to the prestigious Institut d’Etudes Politiques (Science Po’) in Paris where he completed a master’s degree in Economics and Finance. After occupying various management positions, he returned to the academic world by attaining a PhD at the Eötvös Loránd University (Budapest) in 2014, and soon after started teaching contemporary Asian History and Geopolitics at the same establishment. Since 2017 he also lectured on modern India at Pázmány Péter Catholic University. His main academic interests are: Structural Resilience of Institutions, Modern India, British Empire, Geopolitics of Eurasia, Diasporas, Predator Communities, Frontierism and Civilizational Compatibility.