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India vs Pakistan: Why canít we just be friends?
Husain Haqqani
Reviewer : Rana Banerji
Member, Governing Council, IPCS, & former Special Secretary, Cabinet Secretariat, Government of India
Curfewed Night
Bashrat Peer
Reviewer : Raghav Sharma
Research Officer, IPCS
Crafting Peace in Kashmir Through a Realist Lens
Verghese Koithara
Reviewer : Dipankar Banerjee
Director, IPCS
Jihadis in J&K: A Portrait Gallery
K Santhanam, Sreedhar, Sudhir Saxena and Manish
Reviewer : B Raman
Former Additional Secretary, Cabinet Secretariat, Government of India
War and Diplomacy in Kashmir ? 1947-48
C.Dasgupta
Reviewer : Salman Haider
Former Foreign Secretary, Government of India
 
 
 

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