Articles and Research

Listed below are articles, book chapters and reports I have written. I mostly write about international development, global health and international affairs – though I’ve also written a children’s book on the Super Bowl!

For more writing related to my work on maternal and child health in India, please see my NGO’s blog at

Book Chapters

“Achieving Quality Primary Education for the Poor through State-NGO Partnerships,” with Ebony Bertorelli. In Lessons in educational equality: Successful approaches to intractable problems around the world, edited by Jody Heymann and Adele Cassola (Oxford University Press, 2012). (Link)

“The fear and feasibility of biological terrorism,” in Perspectives on war, volume 3: selected essays from the 2005 conference of the Society for Military and Strategic Studies, edited by Laurel Halladay. (Calgary, Alberta: The Society for Military and Strategic Studies, 2005). (Link)


Mata Jai Kaur Maternal and Child Health Centre – Annual Report 2009-2012 (MJK-MCHC, 2012). (Link)

“Empowering development research in West Africa: Resource mobilization as an entry point for organizational development.” IDRC Working Paper, 2011. (Link)


“Finding hope in Afghanistan.” Youth Atlantic Treaty Association Blog, March 5, 2012. (Link)

“For young Afghans, what will Canada’s concern amount to?” The Globe and Mail, November 22, 2010. (Link)

Children’s book

Sporting championships: Super Bowl. New York, NY: Weigl Publishers Inc., 2007. (Link)

Achieving Quality Primary Education for the Poor Through State–NGO Partnerships by EBONY BERTORELLI AND ANEEL BRAR

Empowering Development Research in West Africa Resource Mobilization as an Entry Point for Organizational Strengthening – IDRC Donor Partnership Division (DPD) – by Aneel Brar – February, 2011

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