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Armed Conflicts in South Asia 2011: The Promise and Threat of Transformation
Edited by D. Suba Chandran and P.R. Chari
New Delhi: Routledge India
 

Armed Conflicts in South Asia 2009: Continuing Violance, Faling Peace Processes
Edited by D. Suba Chandran and P R Chari
Routledge India, 2009
 

The Kashmir Dispute: Making Borders Irrelevant
PR Chari, Hasan Askari Rizvi, Rashid Ahmed Khan & D. Suba Chandran
Samskriti, 2009
 

Armed Conflicts in South Asia 2008: Growing Violence
D Suba Chandran and PR Chari (eds.)
New Delhi: Routledge, 2008
 

Four Crises and a Peace Process
PR Chari, Pervaiz Iqbal Cheema and Stephen P Cohen
Washington DC: Brookings Institution Press, 2007

Purchase
The Last Colony: Muzaffarabad-Gilgit-Baltistan
P Stobdan and D Suba Chandran (eds.)
New Delhi: India Research Press, 2008
 

Armed Conflicts and Peace Processes in South Asia
D.Suba Chandran, ed.
New Delhi: Samskriti, 2006
 

Jammu & Kashmir : After the Earthquake
Dipankar Banerjee & D.Suba Chandran, eds.
New Delhi: Samskriti, 2006
 

JAMMU AND KASHMIR- Charting a future
ED. Dipankar Banerjee & D.Suba Chandran
Samskriti
 

Limited war-Revisiting Kargil in the Indo-Pak conflict:
D.Suba Chandran
India Research Press


Indo-Pak Conflicts Ripe to Resolve?
Rizwan Zeb and Suba Chandran
Manohar
 
 
 

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