Areas of research expertise:
- Foreign Policy
- Peace and Security
Aditi joined SAIIA as a researcher in December 2011 after she completed an M.Litt (with distinction) in Peace and Conflict Studies at the University of St Andrews, in Scotland. She is a Chevening Scholar (2010) and the recipient of a National Research Foundation Bursary (2001). Before joining SAIIA in 2008 as a corporate research and media officer, Aditi provided research and speech writing support in The Presidency of the Republic of South Africa, under President Mbeki. She holds an Honours degree in Political Science from The University of Natal, Durban (2002) and a Bachelors degree from the same university (2001), where she undertook a triple major in Political Science, Law, and Media & Communications. She has a strong interest in the international politics of Southern Africa.
- English (Fluent)
- Portuguese (Beginner)
- Kezie-Nwoha H & Lalbahadur, A 'Sustainable Development Goal 16: The Challenge of Sustaining Peace in Places of Crisis' African Policy Circle, November 2017
- Lalbahadur, A ‘A regional approach to national development priorities in Mozambique?’ SAIIA Diplomatic Pouch, 20 March 2013
- Lalbahadur, A ‘Mozambique and Malawi: Recalibrating a difficult relationship’, SAIIA Policy Briefing 68, June 2013
- Lalbahadur, A ‘Malawi vs Tanzania vs SADC: Regional Dispute Resolution Bites the Dust’, SAIIA Diplomatic Pouch, 14 August 2013
- Lalbahadur, A ‘Zimbabwe Takes Back its Land’, Book Review, The South African Journal of International Affairs, October 2013
- Lalbahadur A & Otto, L ‘Mozambique’s Foreign Policy: Pragmatic Non-Alignment as a Tool for Development’, SAIIA Occasional Paper, November 2013
Email address: Aditi.Lalbahadur[@]wits.ac.za
Twitter profile: twitter.com/AditiLalbahadur
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