Narain Batra

Narain D. Batra, the author of The First Freedoms and America’s Culture of Innovation: The Constitutional Foundations of the Aspirational Society (2013) and Digital Freedom: How Much Can You Handle? (2007), and other books, teaches in the Master of Diplomacy program in the College of Graduate Studies. He developed the capstone seminar: Global Corporate Diplomacy, which he teaches twice a year. He also conducts workshops and symposia for the Diplomacy Program. From 1995 through 2009 Batra wrote a weekly column, “Cyber Age,” for The Statesman (India). He has been contributing to The Diplomat (Japan), The Times of India, The Business Standard, and The Burlington Free Press. Batra continues his scholarly research as well as his freelance journalism. In November 2014 he was awarded Faculty Development Grant and Chase International Travel Grant for visiting Bhutan and India in preparation for his next book: India After India: When Civilizations Meet and Cultures Clash. Expected date of completion: 2018-19. Batra is also a professor for undergraduate students at Norwich University, he teaches media law and ethics, social media and digital culture, and television criticism. Batra is a public lecturer and an avid golfer.