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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
 

Energy & Environmental Security: A Cooperative Approach in South Asia
D Suba Chandran and J Jeganaathan (Eds.)
New Delhi: IPCS, 2011
 

India-Nato Dialogue : Addressing International Security and Regional Challenges
Edited by Dipankar Banerjee and D Suba Chandra
Macmillan India, 2010
 

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
 
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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


Nuclear Stability in Southern Asia
PR Chari, Sonika Gupta and Arpit Rajain (Ed)
New Delhi: Manohar Publishers, 2003
 

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
 

Small arms and the security debate in south asia
Salma Malik & Mallika Joseph
Manohar
 

Reintroducing The Human Security Debate In South Asia
Ed. Rajesh M. Basrur & Mallika Joseph
Institue of Peace and Conflict studies


NATO and European Dialogues with India
ED. Dipankar Banerjee and Aisha Saltanat
KAS Publications, Series No.4, New Delhi 2005
 

Emerging Challenges in UN Peacekeeping Operations an Indo-Japanese Dialogue
Edited by: Major General Dipankar Banerjee and Ramesh Thakur
The Institute's research staff has published the following books in the last few years.
 

Missing Boundaries: Refugees, Migrants, Stateless and Internally Displaced Persons in South Asia
PR Chari, Mallika Joseph and Suba Chandran (Ed)
New Delhi: Manohar Publishers, 2003
 

Human Security in South Asia: Gender, Migration and Globalisation
PR Chari and Sonika Gupta (Ed)
New Delhi: Social Science Press, 2003
 

Security and Governance in South Asia
PR Chari (Ed)
New Delhi: Manohar Publishers, 2001


Working towards a Verification Protocol for Biological Weapons
PR Chari and Arpit Rajain (Ed)
New Delhi: Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies, 2001
 
 
 

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