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Indo-US Nuclear Deal: Seeking Synergy in Bilateralism
Book Discussion

The book, India-US Nuclear Deal: Seeking Synergy in Bilateralism published by Routledge Publishers is the first book on the issue of Indo-US Nuclear Deal to hit the Indian and International stands. The book is a result of the meticulous, yet challenging task undertaken by the IPCS faculty, along with researchers and practitioners who have been associated with the Institute, with the objective of providing a holistic perspective on the subject, and adding significantly to the ongoing debate. Edited by Prof. PR Chari, this volume book provides an overview of the Indo-US nuclear deal, and locates it within the totality of India-US relations.

The IPCS, in collaboration with the Routledge Publishers, brought together some of the eminent members of the strategic community to discuss the book in detail. The discussions was chaired by Amb. Salman Haidar, Former Foreign Secretary of India. The panelists included Amb. Arundhati Ghose, Former Permanent Representative of India to the UN Conference on Disarmament; Mr. Siddharth Varadarajan,  Strategic Affairs Editor, The Hindu and Prof. Rajesh  Rajagopalan, Professor, CIPOD, Jawaharlal Nehru University.  

Report of the Book Discussion

Excerpts from the Introductory Chapter
Book Review by Manpreet Sethi


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