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Impossible Allies: Nuclear India United States and the global order
Reviewer : Sitakanta Mishra

Police and Politics in India: Colonial Concepts, Democratic Compulsions: Indian Police 1947-2002
Kirpal Dhillon [Foreword by Richard H. Ward]
Reviewer : P.R.Chari
Research Professor
Pakistan: Democracy, Development and Security Issues
Veena Kukreja and M. P. Singh (eds.)
Reviewer : Mathew Joseph C

Women, Security, South Asia - A Clearing in the Thicket
Farah Faizal and Swarna Rajagopalan (editors)
Reviewer : B. Rajeshwari

'An Insider's Experience of Insurgency in India's North East'
Lt Gen JRM Mukherjee, PVSM, AVSM,VSM (Retd)
Reviewer : Lt Col Ashutosh Sharma

GHOST WARS - The secret history of the CIA, Afghanistan and Bin Laden, from the Soviet Invasion to September 10, 2001
Steve Coll
Reviewer : Maj Gen Dipankar Banerjee
Director IPCS
Small arms and the security debate in south asia
Salma Malik & Mallika Joseph
Reviewer : Ajay Darshan Behera

The Indian Army: A Brief History
Edited by Maj Gen Ian Cardozo, AVSM, SM
Reviewer : Lt Col A K Sharma (Retd.)

Conflicts and Peace Processes
Manjrika Sewak,
Reviewer : Smruti S Pattanaik
Research Fellow
IDSA, New Delhi

The Idea of Pakistan
Stephen Philip Cohen
Reviewer : Rizwan Zeb
Institute of Regional Studies, Islamabad
The India-Pakistan Air War of 1965
PVS Jagan Mohan & Samir Chopra
Reviewer : Air Marshal Vinod Patney(Retd)


Nepal's Maoist Movement and Implications for India and China
Nischal Nath Pandey
Reviewer : Maj Gen Dipankar Banerjee
Director IPCS
HIV/AIDS as a Security Threat to India
Happymon Jacob
Reviewer : Seema Sridhar
Research Officer, IPCS
Internal Displacement in South Asia
Paula Banerjee, Sabyasachi Basu Ray Chaudhuri and Samir Kr Das (Eds)
Reviewer : Prafulla Ketkar

Martin Luther King Jr
Peter J. Ling
Reviewer : R Radhakrishnan
Former Research Officer IPCS
Peter Neville
Reviewer : Jaya

Weapons of Mass Destruction : Options for India
Rear Admiral Raja Menon
Reviewer : Garima Singh, Research Associate
Observer Research Foundation
Army of Roses: Inside the World of Palestinian Women Suicide Bombers
Barbara Victor
Reviewer : Eleni Arzoglou
Intern, IPCS
Low Intensity Conflicts in India: An Analysis
Lt Col Vivek Chadha
Reviewer : Swati Parashar
Research Associate,
International Terrorism Watch Project,
Observer Research Foundation
USA and the Muslim World: Cooperation and Confrontation
Riyaz Punjabi (ed.)
Reviewer : Happymon Jacob
Lecturer, University of Jammu.

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