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Person of Substance

2018 marked the first India Bhutan Youth Summit which was held in Bhutan. In order to select from a long list of entries for the summit, participants were asked to write an essay on what they thought makes a person of substance. This book is a compilation of their essays

Youth: The Emerging Trends

Centre for Escalation of Peace invited young scholars to contribute their thoughts, ideas and experiences through original articles to be put together in the form of an e-book. Aptly titled Youth – The Emerging Trends, the e-book seeks to highlight various topics important to the youth and showcase how they think regarding these themes. The e-book contains twelve chosen articles by youth of varying ages and backgrounds – the youngest is in Grade 6 while the older ones range from those in college to those working in the education sector or the environmental sector.

India-Bhutan: Friends Through Decades and Beyond

Centre for Escalation of Peace (CEP) along with Royal Institute for Governance and Strategic Studies (RIGSS) has brought out a collaborative book on India and Bhutan to commemorate 50 years of diplomatic relations. The book deals with various aspects of this relationship, primarily politics, economics, culture and the environment. With the view to allow the book to be equally representative of Indian and Bhutanese viewpoints, each topic is divided into two parts, one written by someone in India and the other by the Bhutanese counterpart.


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