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Nehru's Letters to his Sister Before Freedom
Nayantara Sahgal (Ed.)
Reviewer : N. Manoharan
Senior Research Fellow, IPCS
Geopolitical orientations, regionalism and security in the indian ocean
Dennis Rumley & Sanjay Chaturvedi
Reviewer : Prashant Dikshit (Deputy Director, IPCS)
Deputy Director, IPCS
Benjamin Zachariah
Reviewer : Aryama
Indian Institute of Dalit Studies, New Delhi
Sri Lankan Society in an era of Globalisation: Struggling to Create a New Social Order
S.H. Hasbullah and Barrie M. Morrison (Ed)
Reviewer : V. Suryanarayan
Professor for Maritime Studies and Research, University of Calicut, Kerala
Long March of Islam : The Future Imperfect
R.K. Ohri
Reviewer : Jaya

Terror on the High Seas
Aditya Bakshi
Reviewer : Dr Vijay Sakhuja
Research Fellow, Observer Research Foundation
Nuclear Risk Reduction in South Asia
Michael Krepon and Chris Gagne
Reviewer : Siddharth Mallavarapu
CIPOD, Jawaharlal Nehru University
Peace Studies: An Introduction to the Concept, Scope and Themes
Ranabir Samaddar (Ed)
Reviewer : Aswini K Ray
Professor, Jawaharlal Nehru University
Engaging India: Diplomacy, Democracy and the Bomb
Strobe Talbott
Reviewer : Dipankar Banerjee
Director, IPCS
Inside an Elusive Mind - Prabhakaran: the first profile of the world's most ruthless leader
MR Narayan Swamy
Reviewer : Mallika Joseph
Assistant Director, IPCS
Manmohanomics: Journey to South Block (Life of an Indian Prime Minister
Vivek Garg and Ravish Mishra
Reviewer : B. Rajeshwari
Research Assistant, IPCS
The Writing on the Wall: India Checkmates America 2017
General S. Padmanabhan, PVSM, AVSM, VSM (Retd.)
Reviewer : Gurmeet Kanwal
Senior Fellow, Observer Research Foundation, New Delhi
Namaste Sharon: Hindutva and Sharonism under US Hegemony
Vijay Prasad
Reviewer : R. Radha Krishnan
Research Officer, IPCS
Asian Security and China: 2000-2010
K. Santhanam and Srikanth Kondapalli (ed)
Reviewer : Bhartendu Kumar Singh
Senior Research Scholar, Chinese Studies, JNU
Terrorism in South Asia : Impact on Development and Democratic Process
Sridhar K. Khatri and Gert W. Kueck (eds)
Reviewer : Kanchan Lakshman
Research Fellow, Institute for Conflict Management
Diplomatic Divide
Dr Humayun Khan and G Parthasarathy
Reviewer : PR Chari
Research Professor, IPCS
Crafting Peace in Kashmir Through a Realist Lens
Verghese Koithara
Reviewer : Dipankar Banerjee
Director, IPCS
Terrorism in South Asia: Views from India
Adluri Subramanyam Raju (Ed.)
Reviewer : Prafulla Ketkar
Research Officer, IPCS
Triumph of Truth: The Rajiv Gandhi Assassination ? The Investigation
D. R. Kaarthikeyan and Radhavinod Raju
Reviewer : N Manoharan
Research Officer, IPCS
Missing Boundaries: Refugees, Migrants, Stateless and Internally Displaced Persons in South Asia
P.R.Chari, Mallika Joseph & Suba Chandran (Ed)
Reviewer : R. Ramasubramanian
Intern, IPCS

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