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Heritage of Diplomacy:

"Heritage of Diplomacy" is a bouquet of books written by ambassadors and senior diplomats. This special collection is available in the Indian Council of World Affairs library. Anecdotes, memoirs, short stories, autobiographical accounts and relations of India with other countries looked through the prism of our Ambassadors are some of the highlights of this collection.

For access to the Archives kindly contact ICWA Library on +91 11 23359159 or write librarian@icwa.in

India & Southeast Asia: Towards Security Convergence:
- Sudhir T. Devare
(ISEAS, Singapore and Capital Publishing Company, New Delhi, 2006)

The Horseshoe Table: An Inside View of the UN Security Council
-Chinmaya R. Gharekhan
(Perason Education, 2007)

India's Foreign Relations, Documents 2002
-Avtar Singh Bhasin
(Public Diplomacy Division(MEA) & Geetika publishers, 2007)

India's Foreign Relations, Documents 2004
-Avtar Singh Bhasin
(Public Diplomacy Division(MEA) & Geetika publishers, 2007)

The Great Indian Middle Class
-Pavan K. Varma
( Penguin Books, 2007)

The New Asian Power Dynamic :
-Maharaja Krishna Rasgotra
(Sage Publications, 2007)

Asian diplomacy: the foreign ministries of China, India, Japan, Singapore and Thailand
-Kishan S. Rana
(Diplo Foundation, 2007)

Jamdani Revolution: Politics, Personalities and Civil Society in Bangladesh 1989-1992:
-Krishnan Srinivasan
(Har-Anand, 2008)

Diplomatic Tales
-Kiran Doshi
(Westland Books Pvt Ltd, 2008)

Travelling through Conflict: Essays on the Politics of West Asia:
-Hamid Ansari
(Pearson Longman, 2008)

Words, Words, Words: Adventures in Diplomacy
-T.P. Sreenivasan
(Dorling Kindersley India Pvt Ltd, 2008)

India of My Dreams. Foreign Service Institute:
- Surendra Kumar
(Academic Foundation, 2008)

A New Energy Frontier: Bay of Bengal Region :
-Sudhir T. Devare
(Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore, 2008)

The Exile: a novel based on the life of Maharaja Duleep Singh:
-Navtej Sarna
(Penguin Books, 2008)

The Illustrated History of the Freedom Struggle:
-Pavan K. Varma
(Penguin Books, 2009)

The Book of Nanak:
-Navtej Sarna
( Penguin Books, 2009)
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