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Arpit Chaturvedi


Arpit Chaturvedi is an Advisor with Teneo’s Geopolitical Risk Advisory team, focused on South Asia. Arpit has advised policymakers, NGOs and businesses on a series of topics including South Asia’s history, systems thinking, macroeconomics and game theory. Arpit has also served as a policy advisor to legislators at various levels in the Indian government.

Arpit is the Founder and CEO of Insights International, a consulting group specializing in policy research and geopolitical risk assessment, and Co-Founder and CEO of Global Policy Insights (GPI), a centrist think tank focused on governance, international political economy, security studies and sustainability. He also serves as the Director of the India Centre of the Behavioural International Economic Development (BIED) Society. Arpit has numerous affiliations, including with the World Bank, Cornell University, and the Kyiv School of Diplomatic Arts.

He holds an MPA from Cornell University and an MBA from Symbiosis International University in India. He is a regular columnist and has been published in various publications such as the Diplomatist, The Quint, South Asia Journal, Cornell Policy Review, HuffPost, The Times of India, and The Statesman.