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Southeast Asia - BOOK reviews
India’s Asia-Pacific Engagement: Impulses and Imperatives
Amar Nath Ram (ed)
Reviewer : Prof Sandip Kumar Mishra
Assistant Professor, Department of East Asian Studies, University of Delhi
Two Decades of India’s Look East Policy: Partnership For Peace, Progress And Prosperity
AN Ram (Ed)
Reviewer : Vibhanshu Shekhar
Research Fellow, Indian Council of World Affairs
email: vibesjnu@gmail.com
Myanmar/Burma: Inside Challenges, Outside Interests
Lex Rieffel (ed.)
Reviewer : Medha Chaturvedi

Research Officer, SEARP, IPCS
email: medha@ipcs.org

Connectivity Issues in India’s Neighbourhood
Asian Institute of Transport Development (Ed.)
Reviewer : Bhavna Singh

Research Officer, IPCS  

email: bhavna@ipcs.org   

South and Southeast Asia: Responding to Changing Geo-Political and Security Challenges
K V Kesavan, Daljit Singh (Ed.)
Reviewer : Tuli Sinha
Research Officer SEARP, IPCS
Terrorism In South And Southeast Asia In The Coming Decade
Daljit Singh (Ed.)
Reviewer : Tuli Sinha
Research Assistant, SEARP, IPCS
Myanmar: Can the Generals Resist Change
Khriezo Yhome
Reviewer : Vibhanshu Shekhar
Research Associate
School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi

Ethnic Conflict and Secessionism in South and Southeast Asia: Causes, Dynamics and Solutions
Rajat Ganguly and Ian Macduff (eds.)
Reviewer : Prafulla Ketkar
Ford Scholar and Research Officer, IPCS

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