Books and Edited Journal Issues

A. Misra and Simon Bronitt (co-editor). Griffith Asia Quarterly. Special issue on ‘Crime and (In) Security in the Asian Century: New Threats and Responses’. 2:1, (March 2014).                                                 

A. Misra and Michael Clarke (eds.), Pakistan’s Stability Paradox: Domestic and Regional and International Dimensions. London: Routledge (2012).                                                                     

A. Misra, India - Pakistan: Coming to Terms. New York: Palgrave Macmillan (2010).                           

A. Misra, Pakistan: Engagement of the Extremes. New Delhi: Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses and Shipra Publications (2008).

 

Book Chapters

A. Misra, ‘Legality of the Modern Modes of Warfare: The Case of Drones’, in Edwin Daniel Jacob (ed.), Rethinking Security in the Twenty-First Century. New York: Palgrave Macmillan (November 2016).

A. Misra and Simon Bronitt, ‘Use of Lethal Force and Military Aid to Civil Power in India and Australia: Sharing Lessons in Counter-terrorism’, in Uttam Kumar Sinha (ed.), Emerging Strategic Trends in Asia. New Delhi: Pentagon Press (2015) 265-282.

A. Misra, ‘How Non-state are the Terrorist Groups in Pakistan’: An Analysis of State Responsibilities and Accountability, paper accepted for publication in K. Jaishankar and Natti Ronel (eds.), “Global Criminology: Crime and Victimization in the Globalised Era”. New York: Taylor and Francis (2013) 3-36.

A. Misra, ‘Pakistan's Triadic Politics and Chronic Political Instability: Is Democracy the Panacea?’ in Ashutosh Misra and Michael E. Clarke (eds.), Pakistan’s Stability Paradox: Domestic, Regional and International Dimensions. London: Routledge (2012) 3-27.     

 

Occasional Papers and Editorial Notes

A. Misra and Simon Bronitt, ‘Editors’ note’, Crime and (In) Security in the Asian Century: New Threats and Responses, 2:1 (March 2014).

A. Misra, ‘South Asia’ in Carl Ungerer, ‘Beyond bin Laden: Future Trends in Terrorism’, Australian Strategic Policy Institute Strategy Paper (December 2011) 22-27.

A. Misra, ‘Saving Democracy from the Democrats in Pakistan’, Australian Institute of International Affairs Policy Commentary (June 2009) 21-31.

 

Journal Articles

A. Misra, “How to Negotiate When Mutual Trust is Lacking?’, South Asia Journal, Issue 14, Summer, (September 2015) 67-73.                                                                                                        

A. Misra and Simon Bronitt, ‘Reforming sexual offences in India: Lessons in Human rights and comparative law’, Griffith Asia Quarterly, 2:1 (2014) 37-56.

A. Misra, ‘Will the Emerging India Ever Arrive?’ Griffith Asia Quarterly, 1:1 (2013) 53-78.

 

Book Reviews

Surbabhi Chopra and Prita Jha (eds.) On their Watch: Mass Violence & State Apathy in India, Examining Records. Gurgaon: Three Essays Collective (2014), in Law Asia Journal (2016).

Christopher Snedden, The Untold Story of Azad Kashmir, London: C. Hurst and Co. Publishers (2012) in South Asia Journal, 36:4 (2013) 679-681.

 

Media Articles                                                                                                                                                       

A. Misra, ‘India’s Hour of Reckoning’, The Pioneer (September 25, 2016).                                                                    

A. Misra, ‘India’s Battle for the Soul’, The Pioneer (14 August 2016).

A. Misra, ‘Segregação Perigosa’ (dangerous segregation), interview on Islamic radicalism in  Rodrigo Craveiro, ‘Seduzidos Pelo ódio’, (seduced by hatred), Correio Brazilense, (October 27, 2014).

Selected Media Interviews

‘Security of the Commonwealth Games, 2018’, Channel Nine (June 26, 2016).

‘US Missile attack on a Hospital in Afghanistan’, Sky News Australia (September 7, 2015).

‘Mullah Mansur’s Election as the New Taliban Chief’, Sky News Australia (August 5, 2015).

‘Growing ISIS Influence in Afghanistan’, Sky News Australia (March 24, 2015).

‘Mumbai Type Attack in Sydney’, Headlines Today, India (December 15, 2014).