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Journal Paper

Behera, Anshuman and Nayak, Gaurav and Hari P, Shyam (2024) Making Sense of Nepal’s Nationalism: Implications for the India–Nepal Relationship. India Quarterly: A Journal of International Affairs 2013. ISSN 0975-2684

Behera, Anshuman (2021) India’s Internal Security: Threat Perception and Way Forward. CLAWS Journal, 15 (2). pp. 28-45. ISSN 2319-5177

Behera, Anshuman (2020) People’s Movement under a Revolutionary Brand: Understanding The Maoist Movement in Odisha. Millennial Asia. pp. 1-15.

Behera, Anshuman (2019) Politics of Good Governance and Development in Maoist Affected Scheduled Areas in India: A Critical Engagement. Studies in Indian Politics, 7 (1). pp. 45-55.

Behera, Anshuman (2017) Development as a Source of Conflict: The Sahukars, Displaced People and the Maoists in Koraput. The Round Table: The Commonwealth Journal of International Affairs.

Behera, Anshuman (2017) Insurgency, drugs and small arms in Myanmar. Strategic Analysis, 41 (1). pp. 34-48.

Book Chapter

Behera, Anshuman (2024) Maoist Conflict in India: A Critique of State Response. In: Maoist Insurgency, State and People: Overlooked Issues and Unaddressed Grievances. Routledge, London. ISBN 9781003461975

Behera, Anshuman (2024) Ideas and Ideology of Maoist Insurgency in India: An Introduction. In: Maoist Insurgency, State and People: Overlooked Issues and Unaddressed Grievances. Routledge, London. ISBN 9781003461975

Behera, Anshuman (2024) Manufacturing Threat: Reality and Rhetoric of Urban Maoism in India. In: Maoist Insurgency, State and People: Overlooked Issues and Unaddressed Grievances. Routledge, London. ISBN 9781003461975

Behera, Anshuman (2023) Discourses of Displacement: “Development,” Resource Conflict and Political Opportunism in Odisha. In: Writing in Times of Displacement. Routledge. ISBN 9781003333234

Behera, Anshuman (2022) Discourses of Development: “Development”, Resource Conflict and Political Opportunism in Odisha. In: Writing in Times of Displacement: The Existential and Other Discourses. Routledge, London, pp. 249-261. ISBN 9781003333234

Behera, Anshuman and Bhattacherjee, Aparupa (2021) Insurgencies and ungoverned territories on the India-Myanmar Border: Implications of bilateral relations. In: Enhancing India Myanmar Ties: The Way Ahead. ICWA & KW Publishers, New Delhi, pp. 22-31.

Behera, Anshuman (2018) From Mao to Maoism: the Indian path. In: Reasoning Indian Politics: Philosopher Politicians to Politicians Seeking Philosophy. Routledge, London, pp. 182-204. ISBN 9781138543218

Pani, Narendar and Behera, Anshuman (2018) On the ‘why’ of Indian politics. In: Reasoning Indian Politics: Philosopher Politicians to Politicians Seeking Philosophy. Routledge, London, pp. 1-22. ISBN 9781138543218

Behera, Anshuman (2015) India-Nepal relationship: Towards progressive partnership. In: India and Her Neighbours: Towards A Proactive Partnership. Kalpaz Publications, Delhi. ISBN 978-935-1281207

Behera, Anshuman (2013) A New Nepal and Changing Threat Perception for India. In: Changing Perception in a Globalizing World: With Special reference to India. Gyan Publication, New Delhi, pp. 288-300.

Monograph

Behera, Anshuman (2023) The Social and Political Dimensions of Ethnic Conflicts in Manipur. Issue Brief. Observer Research Foundation, New Delhi.

Behera, Anshuman and Sarma, Pratyush Pran (2023) Cooperative Federalism and Local Governance in India (NIAS/CSS/CRPR/U/PB/17/2023). Policy Brief. NIAS, Bengaluru.

Behera, Anshuman (2020) Natural Resource, Conflict and People’s Movement: A Strategy for Resolution (NIAS/CSS/CRPR/U/PB/13/2020). Policy Brief. NIAS, Bangalore.

Pani, Narendar and Strohschneides, Stefan and Behera, Anshuman and Holwitt, Pablo and Kranert, Ines (2019) Understanding Volunteerism in Civil Safety and Security: An International Perspective (NIAS/CSS/CRE/U/WP/012/2019). Working Paper. National Institute of Advanced Studies, Bengaluru.

Behera, Anshuman (2018) The Majoritarian way to Democracy: The Bodoland Conflict in Assam. UNSPECIFIED. Sage.

Raj, Baldev and Goel, Prem Shankar and Behera, Anshuman (2018) Sustaining Excellence and Relevance in an Organization: A Joint Study between NIAS and NITI Aayog (NIAS Report No. R63-2018). Report. NIAS, Bangalore.

Behera, Anshuman (2016) Maoist conflict in Odisha (NIAS Backgrounder No. B10-2016). Backgrounder. NIAS, Bangalore.

Book

Behera, Anshuman and Nathan, Hippu Salk Kristle (2023) Negotiating Development at the Margins:Natural Resources, Conflicts, and People’s Movements in Odisha. Routledge. ISBN 9781032425245

Behera, Anshuman and Mishra, Sitakanta (2022) Varying Dimensions of India’s National Security. India Studies in Business and Economics . Springer Nature, Singapore. ISBN 978-981-16-7592-8

Pani, Narendar and Behera, Anshuman (2017) Reasoning Indian Politics: Philosopher Politicians Seeking Philosophy. Routledge. ISBN 9781138201835

Behera, Anshuman and Sharma, Surinder Kumar (2014) Militant Groups in South Asia. IDSA & Pentagon Press, New Delhi. ISBN 9788182747548

In the Media

Behera, Anshuman (2022) Fires that burn within. Book Review of The Violence in our Bones: Mapping the Deadly Fault Lines within Indian Society by Neera Chandhoke (Aleph Book Company, 2021). The Telegraph Online, 28 January 2022.

Sahoo, Niranjan and Behera, Anshuman (2021) Bull by the Horn. Force Magazine, May 2021.

Behera, Anshuman (2020) Nepal's territorial assertion is mere political posturing. The Hindu BusinessLine, 3 June 2020.

Behera, Anshuman (2020) Maoist mayhem under new leadership. The Pioneer, 31 May 2020.

Behera, Anshuman (2020) Dialogue with dissent: Maoist movement. The Telegraph, 12 October 2020.

Behera, Anshuman (2017) A Reality Check. Deccan Herald, 28 June 2017, Bangalore.

Behera, Anshuman (2017) Cooperation Among States 'Key to Counter Extremism': Indian Scholar - Interview with Anshuman Behera. Habilian Association, 25 June 2017, Iran.

Behera, Anshuman (2014) Modi's Nepal visit shouldn’t take the beaten track. The Pioneer, 2 August 2014.

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