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- Fateful Triangle: How China Shaped US-India Relations during the Cold War by Tanvi Madan Navtej Sarna
- When Nehru Looked East: Origins of India-US Suspicion and India- China Rivalry by Francine R. Frankel Bertil Lintner
- Inside the Mind of Xi Jinping by François Bougon Shivshankar Menon
- The Costliest Pearl: China’s Struggle for the Indian Ocean by
Bertil Lintner; Belt and Road: A China World Order by Bruno Maçães
Prem Shankar Jha
- Wuhan Diary: Dispatches from a Quarantined City by Fang Fang; translated by Michael Berry Gayatri Menon
- The Deoliwallahs: The True Story of the 1962 Chinese-Indian Internment by Joy Ma and Dilip D’Souza Vidura Jang Bahadur
- An Officer and His Holiness: How the Dalai Lama Crossed into India by Rani Singh Deb Mukharji
- Blessings from Beijing: Inside China’s War on Tibet in Exile
by Greg C. Bruno
Kaveri Gill
- India Unlimited: Reclaiming the Lost Glory by Arvind Panagariya Omkar Goswami
- Backstage: The Story behind India’s High Growth Years
by Montek Singh Ahluwalia
Sudipto Mundle
- The Gated Republic: India’s Public Policy Failures and Private Solutions by Shankkar Aiyar Mihir S Sharma
- Overdraft: Saving the Indian Saver by Urjit Patel Suyash Rai
- The Price of Peace: Money, Democracy and the Life of John Maynard Keynes by Zachary D. Carter Pulin B Nayak
- Shorelines by Adil Jussawala Brinda Bose
- Undertow by Jahnavi Barua Daisy Hasan
- Djinn Patrol on the Purple Line by Deepa Anappara Parni Ray
- Amnesty by Aravind Adiga Supriya Chaudhuri
- Reading India Now: Contemporary Formations in Literature and Popular Culture by Ulka Anjaria Rituparna Sengupta
- Reel India: Cinema Off the Beaten Track by Namrata Joshi Sidharth Bhatia
- The Emperor Who Never Was: Dara Shukoh in Mughal India by Supriya Gandhi; Dara Shukoh: The Man Who Would Be King
by Avik Chanda
Harish Trivedi
- Akbar: The Great Mughal by Ira Mukhoty Meena Bhargava
- Poetry of Belonging: Muslim Imaginings of India 1850 – 1950
by Ali Khan Mahmudabad
Maaz Bin Bilal
- Delhi in Historical Perspectives by K.A. Nizami; translated
by Ather Farouqui
Rakhshanda Jalil

VIDURA JANG BAHADUR is a photographer and is currently pursuing a PhD in Communication Studies in the program of Rhetoric and Public Culture at Northwestern University, Chicago. His doctoral thesis explores Indian identity and citizenship from the perspective of the ethnic Chinese living in the country.

MEENA BHARGAVA is an Associate Professor in the Department of History at Indraprastha College for Women, University of Delhi.

SIDHARTH BHATIA is the Founder Editor of The Wire. He has written several books on popular culture including Cinema Modern (2011) and India Psychedelic (2014).

MAAZ BIN BILAL is a poet, translator, and cultural critic. He is the author of Ghazalnama: Poems from Delhi, Belfast, and Urdu (Yoda Press, 2019) and the translator of The Sixth River: A Journal from the Partition of India (Speaking Tiger Publishing, 2019). He teaches Literary Studies at Jindal Global University.

BRINDA BOSE teaches English Literature at Jawaharlal Nehru University. Her first chapbook, Calcutta, Crow and other fragments, was published in July this year.

SUPRIYA CHAUDHURI is Professor Emerita in the Department of English at Jadavpur University, Kolkata.

KAVERI GILL teaches at the Department of International Relations and Governance Studies, Shiv Nadar University, Delhi.

OMKAR GOSWAMI is Chairman of CERG Advisory. He is an economist, an author and serves as an independent director in several major listed companies.

DAISY HASAN holds a PhD in Media Studies from the University of Swansea. She is the author of The To-Let House (Tara Books, 2010).

RAKHSHANDA JALIL is a Delhi-based writer, translator and literary historian.

PREM SHANKAR JHA is a columnist for The Wire, former media adviser to Prime Minister VP Singh and former Editor of the Hindustan Times and the Financial Express. He is the author of The Perilous Road to the Market: A Political Economy of Reform in Russia, China and India (2002); Managed Chaos: The Fragility of the Chinese Miracle (2009) and Crouching Dragon, Hidden Tiger: Can China and India
dominate the West

BERTIL LINTNER is a Thailand-based author and journalist specialising in South and Southeast Asian affairs. His most recent book is The Costliest Pearl: China’s Struggle for India’s Ocean (Context/Westland Publications, 2019).

GAYATRI MENON is an Associate Professor at Azim Premji University’s School of Development.

SHIVSHANKAR MENON is a former Foreign Secretary and National Security Advisor to the Government of India. He is the author of Choices: Inside the Making of Indian Foreign Policy (Penguin Random House India, 2016).

SUDIPTO MUNDLE is a Distinguished Fellow at the National Council of Applied Economic Research, New Delhi. Prior to this he was an Emeritus Professor at the National Institute of Public Finance & Policy and a member of the Fourteenth Finance Commission.

DEB MUKHARJI is a former member of the Indian Foreign Service.

PULIN B NAYAK was Professor of Economics at the Delhi School of Economics. He is the editor of Perspectives on India’s Political Economy (Routledge, London, 2018).

RITUPARNA SENGUPTA is a PhD candidate in Literature at the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi.

MIHIR S SHARMA is a Senior Fellow at the Observer Research Foundation and Head of its Economy and Growth Programme. His book, Restart: The Last Chance for the Indian Economy (2015) won the Tata LitLive best Business Book of the Year. He co-edited What the Economy Needs Now with Abhijit Banerjee, Gita Gopinath and Raghuram Rajan (Juggernaut Publications, 2019).

SUYASH RAI is a Fellow at Carnegie India.

PARNI RAY is an independent researcher and writer based out of Delhi. She is currently a writing and critical thinking instructor at Ashoka University, Sonipat.

NAVTEJ SARNA is the former Ambassador of India to the United States and High Commissioner to the UK.

HARISH TRIVEDI taught English at Delhi University.

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