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China and its Neighbourhood
North Korea: Seeking New Friends?, Prof Sandip Kumar Mishra
BRICS Summit and India-China Relations, Dr Geeta Kochhar
China and Mongolia: Realising a “Comprehensive Strategic Partnership”, Abanti Bhattacharya
The BRICS Development Bank: A Game-Changer?, Sonia Hukil
BRICS: China’s End-Game, Teshu Singh
China's 'Salami Slicing': What's Next?, Teshu Singh
India-China Bilateral Under Narendra Modi, Srikanth Kondapalli
RECENT EVENTS/VISITS
Prof Umma Salma Bava, Amb Ajai Malhotra, Prof Christian Wagner and Amb Ranjit Gupta in a roundtable discussion
Prof Chintamani Mahapatra, Dr Neil Joeck and Prof Christopher S Raj in a roundtable discussion
Amb Preet Malik and Amb Rajiv Bhatia releasing the IPCS Myanmar Special Publication
 
IPCS Experts in Media
Ruhee Neog, Senior Research Officer, "And then he vanished", The Indian Express, 16 october 2014
PR Chari, Research Professor, "Wanted: A Full-time Defence Minister", India Today, October 2014
Jayadeva Ranade, Distinguished Fellow, "India and China: Parameters for Fresh Engagement", Defence and Security Alert, October 2014
Jayadeva Ranade, Distinguished Fellow,, "Hong Kong Frowns on Red Line", The New Indian Express, 11 October 2014
Jayadeva Ranade, Distinguished Fellow, "Making Sense of ‘Modi Operandi’", Extraordinary & Plenipotentiary Diplomatist, September 2014
D Suba Chandran, Director, "Challenges before new ISI chief", The Tribune, 27 September 2014
Jayadeva Ranade, Distinguished Fellow, "China Tests India in Ladakh", The New Indian Express, 26 September 2014
IPCS PODCASTS
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Amb. Lalit Mansingh

Global Nuclear Materials Security
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Amb. Rajiv Bhatia

Significance of Asian Relation Conference V
 
 
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Wasbir Hussain

  • Naxal Spread in Northeast
 
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Prof. R Rajaraman

  • Analysis of Nuclear materials Security Index

IPCS Debate and Special Focus

Pivot & Rebalance in the Asia-Pacific
American Strategies from West to East Asia  

Failed Nuclear Deal with Japan: Will it affect Indo-US Nuclear Cooperation?
Vivek Mishra, September 2014
Changing Global Balance of Power: Obama’s Response
Prof Chintamani Mahapatra, September 2014
Assessing US-India Relations: A Perspective from China
Bo Zhen, August 2014

Tali-Qaeda Reader
IPCS Analyses on Islamic State, Taliban and al Qaeda

Islamic State, al Qaeda & Taliban Tracker
Islamic State: What is drawing the European Muslims?
Tuva Julie Engebrethsen Smith,
 October 2014
The US, Syria and Iraq: The Success of Airstrikes So Far
Ambassador KP Fabian,
 October 2014
A Nuclear Bonus to Cooperate Against the Islamic State?
Majid Izadpanahi,
 October 2014
Islamic State and Foreign Fighters: Jihadists from Europe
Tuva Julie Engebrethsen Smith,
 October 2014
Islamic State and Indonesia: Jakarta's Counter-strategies
Max Regus,
 October 2014
War against the Islamic State: Political and Military Responses from the Region
Amb Ranjit Gupta,
 October 2014
Southeast Asia: Answering the Call for Jihad
Aparupa Bhattacherjee,
 September 2014
Islamic State: Straining the US Defence Budget
Vivek Mishra,
 September 2014
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Track-II Dialogues
INDUS WATER DIALOGUES

Since 2006, the Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies in conjunction with Ploughshares organises Indus Water Dialogues. The aim of the dialogues are to cite the existing nature and dynamics with respect to the Indus River Basin and foster extensive dialogue building between the disputed neighbouring states i.e. India and Pakistan. For more, Click Here

 
COSATT Regional Dialogue

The Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies (IPCS) in collaboration with the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung (KAS) set up the Consortium of South Asian Think Tanks (COSATT) in January 2008. The objective was to bring together some of the leading think tanks in South Asia with an aim of developing peace and cooperation in the region. For more, Click Here

India-Pakistan-China Nuclear Trilateral

Over the last two years, the Institute is engaged in several bilateral dialogues with Pakistan. Each of these dialogues have been on a particular set of issues, hence remain extremely focused. These include Terrorism, J&K, Afghanistan, Sharing the Indus Waters, Trade, Nuclear Stability etc. For more, Click Here

 
India-NATO Dialogue

The India-NATO Dialogue is a collaborative effort of the Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies (IPCS), United Service Institution of India (USI) and the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung (KAS). This informal Track 2 dialogue, held in 2005, 2007, 2009, 2010 and 2011, has functioned as a communication bridge between India and NATO. For more, Click Here

Write For IPCS
Articles on India Pakistan issues,World issues
Myth-Making in North Korea
Ruhee Neog, October 2014

Islamic State: What is drawing the European Muslims?
Tuva Julie Engebrethsen Smith, October 2014

Red Affairs
Might of a Fragile Revolution
Bibhu Prasad Routray, October 2014

China-Japan Relations: Will the Twain Never Meet?
Srikanth Kondapalli, October 2014

IPCS Columnists
Af-Pak Diary By D Suba Chandran
Big Picture By Prof Varun Sahni
Dateline Colombo By Asanga Abeyagoonasekera
Dateline Islamabad By Salma Malik
Dateline Kabul By Mariam Safi
Dhaka Discourse By Prof Delwar Hossain
Eagle Eye By Prof Chintamani Mahapatra
East Asia Compass By Dr Sandip Mishra
Himalayan Frontier By Pramod Jaiswal
Indo-Pacific By Prof Shankari Sundararaman
Indus-tan By Sushant Sareen
Maritime Matters By Vijay Sakhuja
Middle Kingdom By DS Rajan
Nuke Street By Amb Sheelkant Sharma
Red Affairs By Bibhu Prasad Routray
South Asian Dialectic By Prof. PR Chari
Spotlight West Asia By Amb Ranjit Gupta
Strategic Space By Manpreet Sethi
The Strategist By Vice Adm Vijay Shankar
Voice from America By Amit Gupta
Issue/Policy Briefs & Reports
Deterrence, Second Strike and Credibility: Revisiting India’s Nuclear Strategy Debate
Rajesh Basrur
Issue Brief 255, July 2014
Developments in Syria and Iraq: Implications & Policy Options for India
Ranjit Gupta
Issue Brief 254, July 2014
An Agenda for the New Government: Policy Options for India in Bangladesh
Sanjay Bhardwaj
Issue Brief 251, June 2014
Myanmar in Transition: Ethnic Conflicts, External Interests and Political Changes
IPCS Special Focus
Special Report 164, June 2014
BIMSTEC: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow
IPCS Interview
Special Report 163, June 2014
Patterns of Naxal Recruitment
Uddipan Mukherjee
Issue Brief 253, May 2014
An Agenda for the New Government: Policy Options for India in Afghanistan
Rajeshwari Krishnamurthy
Issue Brief 252, May 2014
The Indo-Pacific: Political and Strategic Perspectives
IPCS Book Review
Special Report 162, April 2014
Afghanistan Elections 2014: Positive Vote, Future of Taliban & the Challenges Ahead
D Suba Chandran
Special Report 161, April 2014
Talks with the Taliban: End Game for the Military, Political Parties and the TTP in Pakistan
IPCS Special Focus
Special Report 160, April 2014
IPCS Quarterlies
The IPCS Quarterlies are a compilation of the recent publications that provide wide-ranging commentaries on the season's most outstanding issues.
South Asia Plus
January-March 2014
October-December 2013
July-September 2013
April-June 2013
January-March 2013
October-December 2012
July-September 2012
Inaugural Issue: April - June 2012
Inside China
January-March 2014
October-December 2013
July-September 2013
April-June 2013
January-March 2013
October-December 2012
July-September 2012
April-June 2012
Special Issue: Nathu La
January-March 2012
October-December 2011
July-September 2011
April-June 2011
Nuclear South Asia
January-March 2014
July-September 2013
April-June 2013
January-March 2013
October-December 2012
July-September 2012
April-June 2012
January-March 2012
October-December 2011
July-September 2011
April-June 2011
January-March 2011
Southeast Asia
January-March 2014
October-December 2013
July-September 2013
April-June 2013
January-March 2013
October-December 2012
July-September 2012
April-June 2012
January-March 2012
October-December 2011
July-September 2011
April-June 2011
Latest book from IPCS
Armed Conflicts in South Asia 2013: Transitions
D Suba Chandran, PR Chari (eds.)
Routledge, New Delhi
Building Bridges
Strengthening Physical, Infrastructural and Emotional Linkages in South Asia

Edited by: D. Suba Chandran

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Trans Himalayan Trade & Development 2020: Looking Beyond Nathu La
India's Nuclear Doctrine


 
 

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