The Indo-Pacific Region: Political and Strategic Prospects
· 21 Apr, 2014 · 4397
A review of the ICWA volume, ‘Indo-Pacific Region: Political and Strategic Prospects’, edited by Ambassador Rajiv K Bhatia and Dr Vijay Sakhuja, organised by the IPCS in collaboration with the Centre for Canadian, US & ...
Talks with the Taliban: Endgame for the Military, Political Parties and the TTP in Pakistan
Report · 11 Apr, 2014 · 4384
The Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies (IPCS) organised a panel discussion on the talks between the government in Pakistan and the Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP).
The discussion took place at the IPCS Conference Room, ...
Trends in Federalism and Foreign Policy: The Centre-State Debate
Report · 11 Apr, 2014 · 4383
Prof Onkar Marwah
Distinguished Fellow, IPCS
Today, a number of states of India have become more powerful than they were fifty years ago. This has happened because either the central government has weakened or the states have become m ...
Contemporary Nepal: Elections, Constitution-Making and Internal Politics
Roomana Hukil · 07 Nov, 2013 · 4168
Dr Nishchal Nath Pandey
Director, Centre for South Asian Studies, Nepal
The current situation of Nepal can be discussed through three scenarios.
Scenario I: The real strength of the 33 political parties led by CPN-Maoist&rsqu ...
International Crisis Group (ICG) Report: Iran’s New President and the Nuclear Talks
Pratima Koirala · 03 Sep, 2013 · 4105
Prof PR Chari, Visiting Professor, IPCS:
Prof Chari found the ICG Report very well researched and of high quality. At the same time, he also stated that the footnotes were too elaborate and made the reading process diffi ...
China, Japan & South Korea: Emerging Security Architecture in East Asia
Shresht Jain · 12 Aug, 2013 · 4084
Session-I: Park's Visit to Beijing and China-South Korea Relations
Dr. Sandip Mishra
In her recent visit to China, South Korean President Park Geun-hyu emphasised the pivotal role of China in determining the sec ...
Bhutan Elections 2013
Roomana Hukil · 30 Jul, 2013 · 4060
Ms. Medha Bisht
Bhutan Elections have been interesting, controversial and conflicting to a certain degree. The wild card that triggered responses in the media was due to an announcement by the ministry of external affairs on the withdraw ...