The Spy Chronicles by A. S. Dulat and Aditya Sinha

The Spy Chronicles: RAW, ISI and the Illusion of Peace is a 2018 book in the format of a dialogue between two intelligence chiefs of India and Pakistan. Written by A. S. Dulat and Aditya Sinha. The book has been published by Harpercollins.

The book is in the format of a dialogue between two intelligence chiefs of India and Pakistan, AS Dulat and Asad Durrani, and moderated by Aditya Sinha. The conversations between the two intelligence chiefs took place during 2016 and 2017 in Istanbul, Kathmandu, and Bangkok.] AS Dulat is a former head of India’s external intelligence agency, the Research and Analysis Wing (R&AW), Lt. Gen. Asad Durrani is a former head of Pakistan’s external agency, Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), and Aditya Sinha is an Indian journalist.

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#Repost @nupur_flipaleaf • BOOKMAIL📚 The moment I saw this book, it immediately reminded me of the movie I saw a couple of days back, Raazi; the movie is based on a true story also inspired from the book Calling Sehmat. Sehmat is an Indian spy who is married off to a powerful army family in Pakistan to keep a track of their plans (of war or so) about India. I really liked the movie and I am looking forward to reading the book too. ✏️ Thank you @harpercollinsin for sending me something on the same lines. It is interesting to know such stories. They give you the vision of the war which was not played on the borders but still very close to it, as being a spy in itself is like jumping to the battleground, only with a hidden indentity, but still very much a soldier. Looking forward to the book very much- The Spy Chronicles RAW ISI and the illusion of peace. ✏️ . #bookmail #blackbeauty #bookcover #bookstagram #unitedbookstagram #bookstagramista #allthingsbookish #bookstagramindia

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About the author

A.S. Dulat was Secretary of the Research and Analysis Wing, 1999-2000. General Asad Durrani was Director-General, Inter-Services Intelligence directorate, 1990-91. Aditya Sinha is a writer and a journalist living on the outskirts of Delhi.

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