Manoj Joshi
Manoj Joshi


  • Nation Of Hairpin Bends

    A minute portrait, through aggregation of numerous facts and events, of Pakistan during nine fiery years—its inner contradictions, faultlines, personages—by an intrepid journalist

    BY Manoj Joshi 21 November 2020

  • Before The Fall, A Giant

    Brilliant pundit and polemicist of genius, the man Nehru relied on most was also a master manipulator with a talent for antagonising others. The arrogant, riddlesome Krishna Menon’s life gets the full treatment by Jairam Ramesh.

    BY Manoj Joshi 9 May 2020

  • The Insider Who Needs A Pedestal

    As the top Indian diplomat in the British Indian government and then as a confidant to top leaders like Nehru and Patel, V.P. Menon did more to determine the contours of the Indian republic than most prominent Indians. Consigned to relative obscurity, this scholarly biography aims to correct the oversight.

    BY Manoj Joshi 9 May 2020

  • All The President’s Faults

    Avoiding the ways of gossipy Trump-watchers, Fear uncovers the style of an impulsive president, his eager toadies and the few ‘adults’ who did say nay

    BY Manoj Joshi 12 October 2018

  • Ring The Ammo Import Panel

    India’s security challenges, new and traditional, are the focus of this book. It also deals with concerns like internal, economic and cyber security.

    BY Manoj Joshi 31 August 2018

  • Tribute And Return Gifts?

    The PM’s new approach to China may herald a return to India’s traditional realist stance, which would strengthen our position if followed through

    BY Manoj Joshi 5 May 2018

  • Masterful Two-Front Managers

    This detailed book on the US’s Afghan strategy elaborates on the ISI’s shadowy dance of deception, but downplays larger failures of American policy

    BY Manoj Joshi 24 March 2018