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Indian Democracy In Peril

Its title notwithstanding, a new book by Debasish Roy Chowdhury and John Keane, To Kill a Democracy, starts out with hopeful words: “Like other national stories, India’s rests on a belief in a beginning that ranks as the beginning

The Untold Story of Bengal Partition8

Anyone seeking a deeper understanding of India’s partition will find former ambassador Bhaswati Mukherjee’s book, Bengal and its Partition, insightful. The writer traces the genesis of partition to events in Bengal dating back to the 1757

Making India Great

THE PROMISE OF A RELUCTANT GLOBAL POWER ‘As an Indian, like millions of others, I too grew up believing in the inevitability of India achieving great power status. But countries become great powers, not by wishing alone. My book

Jaishankar’S Book Will Create Ripples

THE INDIA WAY STRATEGIES FOR AN UNCERTAIN WORLDReleasing on 7 September 2020 ‘As India rises in the world order, it should not only visualize its interests with great clarity but also communicate them effectively. This book is an effort

Great Powers, Grand Strategies

Great Powers, Grand Strategies: The New Game in the South China Sea. Edited by Anders Corr (Naval Institute Press, Annapolis, Maryland). 2018 Pages 327. Authors on the South and East China Sea, a subject which has drawn attention of the

Why Men Rape

Review : An Indian Undercover Investigation,  Tara Kaushal, Rs 399, Harper Collins In a nation plagued by the memory of Nirbhaya and the misogyny of the Bois Locker Room, this is a bold step towards revolutionizing our discourse around

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