Managing Suspicions – Understanding India’s Relations with Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal, Sri Lanka (New Delhi: Knowledge World, in association with IDSA, November 2000) ISBN 81-86019-38-3.
Chapters contributed to books :
∙ “SAARC: An Analysis of Effectiveness”, in Vijay Sakhuja ed. Pentagons’s Year Book, South Asia Defence and Strategic Perspective (New Delhi 2016,Pentagon Press)
∙ “Internal Conflict in Nepal : Implications for India ”, ( a 27,000 words chapter ) , in V.R. Raghavan ed., Internal Conflict in Nepal , Transnational Consequences ( Published for Centre for security Analysis, Chennai by New Delhi : Vij Books India Pvt Ltd, 2011)
∙ “India-Nepal Relations: Redefined by Jana Andolan II” in D. Suba Chandran and Jabin T. Jacob ed., India’s Foreign Policy – Old Problems, New Challenges (New Delhi: Macmillan Publishers India Ltd,2011)
∙ “Regional Economic Arrangements : Understanding the Growth of BIMSTEC” in T. Nirmala Devi ed., India and the Bay of Bengal Economic Community – The BIMSTEC Experiment, (New Delhi, Gyan Publishing House, 2007)
∙ “First India-Central Asia Seminar : Some Impressions”, to the IDSA Occasional Paper on India and Central Asia Relations (New Delhi: Knowledge World, September 2000)
∙ “The Second International Conference on Asian Security in the 21st Century: Some Impressions” in Jasjit Singh ed., Asia’s New Dawn – The Challenge to Peace and Security (New Delhi: Knowledge World, September 2000)
∙ Issue Brief- Andhra Pradesh Port Policy 2015, Centre’s Vision and State’s Need (web publication of National maritime Foundation) 27 June 2016, http://www.maritimeindia.org/View%20Profile/636025963959842900.pdf
∙ The Potentials of India Bangladesh Coastal Shipping, South Asia Journal, 26 June 2016, http://southasiajournal.net/the-potentials-of-india-bangladesh-coastal-shipping/ ∙ Coastal Shipping Could Propel Ties between India and Bangladesh ,The Wire, 21 June 2016, http://thewire.in/43645/coastal-shipping-could-reinvigorate-bilateral-ties-between-india-and-b angladesh
∙ Viewpoint- Sagarmala 2.0: Targeting Maritime Sector to Drive Economic Growth, (web publication of National Maritime Foundation) 31 May 2016 http://www.maritimeindia.org/View%20Profile/636002565778677400.pdf
∙ Issue Brief – 37th SAARC Council of Ministers Meeting: Bangladesh takes Lead on Blue Economy (web publication of National Maritime Foundation) April 7, 2016 http://www.maritimeindia.org/View%20Profile/635955768240829967.pdf
∙ Issue Brief, India-Bangladesh Coastal Shipping: Opportunities and Challenges (web publication of National Maritime Foundation) April 19, 2016
∙ “Visakhapatnam and the Indian Navy: An Enduring Relationship”, in Vijay Sakhuja, Kapil Narula ed, Partnering Across Oceans, National Maritime Foundation, New Delhi, Jan 2016 ∙ Issue Brief – 37th SAARC Council of Ministers Meeting: Bangladesh takes Lead on Blue Economy (web publication of National Maritime Foundation) April 7, 2016 http://www.maritimeindia.org/View%20Profile/635955768240829967.pdf ) ∙ Sub-regional cooperation can give SAARC new wings
∙ Modi’s Bangladesh visit: Laying the blueprint for cooperation
∙ Conducting India-Sri Lanka relations the Modi way
∙ India-Nepal: One Year after Modi’s Visit
∙ SAARC Yatra, A Win-Win Situation for India and the Region,Feb26,2015, http://southasiamonitor.org/detail.php?type=sl&nid=10845
∙ BBIN Corridor : Building Sub-regional Corridors of Trust, June 28, 2015, http://southasiamonitor.org/detail.php?type=in&nid=12456
∙ Prime Minister Khanal and Nepals Peace Process, Article no.3343, 16 March 2011, Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies,
http://www.ipcs.org/article/nepal/prime-minister-khanal-and-nepals-peace-process-3343.html ∙ Shyam Saran’s Visit , Article no.3214, 16 August 2010
∙ Nepal and Maoists : Problems of a Consensus Government , Article no.3192, 19 July 2010, Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies,
∙ Impending Crisis in Nepal – I : Likely Scenarios, Article no. 3117, 7 May 2010, Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies,
http://www.ipcs.org/article/south-asia/impending-crisis-in-nepali-likely-scenarios-3117.html ∙ Impending Criis in Nepal – II: Options for India, Article no. 3118, 7 May 2010, Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies,
http://www.ipcs.org/article/south-asia/impending-crisis-in-nepalii-options-for-india-3118.htm ∙ l Politics of Obstruction and Confrontation (Nepal in 2009), Article no.3034, 31 December 2009, Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies,
http://ipcs.org/article/south-asia/politics-of-obstruction-and-confrontation-3034.html ∙ Time to Reassess Indo-Nepal Relations , Article no. 2965, !0 September 2009. Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies.
http://ipcs.org/article/south-asia/time-to-reassess-indo-nepal-relations-2965.html ∙ ‘Civilian Supremacy’ in Nepal , Article no. 2914, 21 July 2009, Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies. http://ipcs.org/article/nepal/civilian-supremacy-in-nepal-2914.html
∙ Sri Lanka’s ‘War Within’ and Peace Moves, September 2000,Strategic Analyses, vol.24, n.6, pp 1195-1201
∙ BIMST-EC : Making Peace Moves, July 2000, Strategic Analyses, vol.24, n.4, pp 833-836 ∙ Movement of Citizens on Indo-Nepal Border: Some Issues, April 2000, Strategic Analyses, vol.24, n.1, pp 195-199
∙ Neighbourliness on Wheels: The Calcutta-Dhaka Bus Service, August 1999, Strategic Analyses,vol.23, n.5, pp 847-849
∙ SAARC Completes Thirteen Years, December 1998, Strategic Analyses, vol.22,n.9, pp 1449-1452
∙ Illegal Movement of People Across Borders in South Asia, November 1998, Strategic Analyses, vol.22, n.8, pp 1243-1246
∙ BNP and India, October 16th ,2001, The HINDU
∙ Lines Without Actual Control, November 3rd ,1998, The TELEGRAPH
∙ Diplomacy is Easier In A Crowd, June 12th ,1998, The TELEGRAPH
∙ Third Path to India’s Talks With Pakistan, April 27th, 1998, The TELEGRAPH ∙ SAARC Matures With Slow Progress, December 21st ,1998, INFA (Indian News and Features Alliance)
∙ Wrote a bi-monthly column, ‘SAARC-SCOPE’, on issues concerning South Asia from September 1997- December 1999 in National Herald.
∙ Paper presented on ‘Role of Maritime Diplomacy in Coastal Security’ ,at National Conference on India’s Coastal and Cyber Security Challenges ,organised by GITAM School of International Business, Centre for Human security Studies (CHSS), Coastal Security police (Andhra Pradesh Police),Association of Private Security Agencies (APSA) , GITAM University, Visakhapatnam, October 14-15, 2015.
∙ “Intra- Regional Connectivity: Examining the Experience of SAARC”, paper presented at the National Seminar on Revisiting Regional Cooperation in South Asia, organized by the Centre for SAARC Studies , Andhra University, Visakhapatnam, March 16- 17, 2013.
∙ “Politico Economic Relations and Peace : Lessons for SAARC from a comparative study of Indo-Bhutan and Indo-Nepal Relations’, paper presented in the International Conference on Promoting Intra –Regional Trade in South Asia : Role of SAARC organized by M.K.Nambyar SAARCLAW Centre , NALSAR University of Law, Justice City, Shameerpet, Hyderabad, ( India), on March 26-27, 2011.
∙ ‘The Security Agenda in Indo-Nepal Relations post Jana Andolan I : Issues, Response Mechanisms, Future Challenges’, paper presented at Centre for South Asian Studies, Rajasthan University, Jaipur , 9-11 Dec 2010.
∙ ‘Internal Conflict in Nepal and its Transborder consequences’ , paper presented at Centre for Nepal Studies, Benaras Hindu University BHU) , June 4-5, 2010 jointly organized by CSA, Chennai and BHU
∙ ‘Transformations in the Periphery: Challenges to India’s Foreign Policy in Nepal’, at the International Conference on Emerging India : Strategic Options in the New Century organized by School of International Relations and Politics, Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala in association with Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India and Centre for Trade and Development (CENTAD), New Delhi on 26-28 February 2008.
∙ ‘BIMSTEC: Towards a bay of Bengal Economic Community’ at The Centre for SAARC Studies, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam, November,19-20, 2005.
∙ ‘Bangladesh-China Relations: Implications for India’s Policy’, at IDSA Fellowship Seminar, India International Centre (IIC), New Delhi, 16th July, 2001.
∙ ‘Internal Conflicts and Regional Security in South Asia’ at the Palais de Nations, Geneva, 23rd April, 2001.
∙ ‘SAARC: Challenges and Opportunities’, at IDSA Fellowship Seminar, IIC, New Delhi, 28th October, 2000.
∙ ‘India and Pakistan: Security and Economic Dimension’ at IDSA Fellowship Seminar, IIC, New Delhi, 22nd April, 2000.
∙ ‘India and its Neighbours: Security and Economic Dimensions’, at IDSA Fellowship Seminar, IDSA Conference Room, 21st September, 1999.
“Modi’s Maritime Diplomacy: A Strategic Opportunity”, Maritime Affairs, Journal of National Maritime Foundation, vol 11, No 2, Winter 2015
∙ Economic Cooperation and the Peace Dividend in SAARC, M.K.Nambyar SAARCLAW Review, Issue 2, 2013
∙ Challenges to India’s Foreign Policy in Nepal , World Focus , vol. 372-372, Nov-Dec 2010, Annual Number
∙ Indo-Nepal Relations: Transitional Phase, Testing Times. IPCS Issue Brief, No.136, February 2010 http://ipcs.org/issue-brief/india/indo-nepal-relations-transitional-phase-testing-times-136.html ∙ Nepal’s Maoist in the Political Mainstream: April 2006 (Jana Andolan II) – April 2008 (Constituent Assembly Elections) , CNF World Focus, vol. 345, September 2008.
∙ Briefing paper : SAARC and BIMSTEC – Understanding Their Experience in Regional Cooperation dt .12/ 2008, published by CUTS Centre for International Trade, Economics &Environment (CUTS CITEE), D-217, Bhaskar Marg, Bani Park, Jaipur 302 016, India.
∙ BIMSTEC and SAARC : Understanding The Linkages, CNF World Focus, vol.337, January 2008 ∙ India’s Eastern Neighbours- Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh : The Security and Stability Challenge, CNF World Focus , vol.335-336, Nov-Dec 2007.
∙ Constituent Assembly Elections in Nepal: Responsibility of the Marginalised -Madhesis, Janajatis, Dalits to make it happen, Mainstream Vol. XLV No. 41, Sept. 29, 2007
∙ Examining the Role of Maoists in the New Political Experiment in Nepal , CNF World focus, vol.331, July 2007
∙ Nepal’s Foreign Policy : King Gyanendra’s Quest for Legitimacy, CNF World Focus, New Delhi, vol.317, May 2006.
∙ Internal Conflicts and Regional Security in South Asia Approaches, Perspectives and Policies UNIDIR/2003/3 (United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research), United Nations, Geneva, Switzerland.
∙ Understanding Nepal Maoist’s Demands: Revisiting Events of 1990, January –March 2003, Strategic Analyses, Monthly Journal of IDSA, vol 27, no.1.
http://www.idsa.in/strategicanalysis/UnderstandingNepalMaoistsDemands_pmurthy_0103 ∙ India and its Neighbours: Nineties and Beyond, November 2000, Strategic Analyses, Monthly Journal of IDSA, vol.24, n.8, pp 1411-1429,
∙ Sri Lanka’s ‘War Within’ and India, July 2000, Strategic Analyses, Monthly Journal of IDSA, vol.24, n.4, pp 773-796
∙ Indo-Sri Lanka Security Perceptions: Divergences and Convergences, May 2000, Strategic Analyses, Monthly Journal of IDSA,vol.24,n.2, pp 343-360
∙ Relevance of SAARC, January 2000, Strategic Analyses, Monthly Journal of IDSA, vol.23, n.10, pp 1781-1796
∙ India and Nepal: Security and Economic Dimensions, December 1999, Strategic Analyses, Monthly Journal of IDSA, vol.23, n.9, pp 1531-1547
∙ The Gujral Doctrine and Beyond, July 1999, Strategic Analyses, Monthly Journal of IDSA, vol.23, n.4, pp 639-652
∙ Indo-Bhutan Relations: Serving Mutual Interests, April 1999, Strategic Analyses, Monthly Journal of IDSA, vol.23, n.1, pp 121-136
∙ Regional Economic Integration and Politics: The Case of SAPTA, March 1999, Strategic Analyses, Monthly Journal of IDSA, vol.22, n.12, pp 1901-19202
∙ Pakistan and SAARC, January 1999, Strategic Analyses, Monthly Journal of IDSA, vol.22, n.10, pp 1537-1560
∙ Role of Smaller Members in the SAARC Forum, November 1998, Strategic Analyses, Monthly Journal of IDSA, vol.22, n.8, pp 1179-1191.