June 06, 2020

Amitav Ghosh

  • 'The Indian Argument Was Opportunist'
    'The Indian Argument Was Opportunist'

    Praful Bidwai, journalist and nuclear expert, 18th August 1998  -- on NPT, CTBT and the security hazards

  • 'A Million Pound Note'
    'A Million Pound Note'

    K. Subrahmanyam, strategic affairs expert, argues that a nuclear weapon, like a million pound note, is of...

  • 'Pakistan Should Have Taken The Moral High Ground'
    'Pakistan Should Have Taken The Moral High Ground'

    Lawyer and human rights activist, Asma Jahangir, Lahore, August 29, 1998

  • Countdown In South Asia: The Interviews
    Countdown In South Asia: The Interviews

    On the fourth anniversary of the 1998 Pokhran tests: unabdridged notes and transcriptions from a series of...

  • His Mythic India
    His Mythic India

  • An Incalculable Loss
    An Incalculable Loss

    'His death is an incalculable loss, not just for India, but for readers everywhere.'

  • Countdown

    "The pursuit of nuclear weapons in the subcontinent is the moral equivalent of civil war: the targets the...

  • Glass Palace
    Glass Palace

    Extracts from Amitav Ghosh's novel Glass Palace, shortlisted for the Crossword Book Award

  • The Conscientious Objector
    The Conscientious Objector

    Amitav Ghosh withdraws from the Commonwealth Prize, 2001 - a contest he wouldn't have allowed The Glass...

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