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N Manoharan

National Maritime Foundation (NMF),
New Delhi
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India-Maldives Relations: A Tale of Two Concerns
Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh: Designs and Network in India
India-Sri Lanka: Time to Settle the Fishermen Issue
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Ebola: Concerns for India
Left-wing Extremism 2013: The Threat Continues
Maldives 2013: End of Political Stalemate
CHOGM, India and Sri Lanka: New Delhi’s Missed Opportunities
Sri Lanka: TNA in the Northern Province
Presidential Elections in Maldives: A Pre-Poll Analysis
Indian Mujahideen: After Yasin Bhatkal's Arrest
India and the Peace Process in Sri Lanka: So Close, Yet So Far
Sri Lanka and the 13th Amendment: The Arithmetic of ‘Plus’ and ‘Minus’
Sri Lanka and the 13th Amendment: Reconciling Differing Viewpoints
Naxal Violence: What should be Done to Counter?
Sri Lanka: Third UNHRC Resolution and India’s Dilemma
Hyderabad Terror Attacks: Road-blocks in the National Counter-Terrorism Centre (NCTC)
Maldives: GMR, Nexbis and the Tale of Two Ousters
Maldives: Indian Investments vis-a-vis Chinese Footprints
Mahinda Rajapaksa’s India Visit: Taking the Ties Forward
Sri Lanka: 25 Years After the IPKF
IPCS Debate: The UNHRC Resolution on Sri Lanka
Devolution in Sri Lanka: The Latest Take
‘Taming the Tigers’: Reintegration of Surrendered LTTE Cadres
Fishing in Troubled Waters: Indian Fishermen and India-Sri Lanka Relations
Alternative Strategies for Indo-Sri Lankan Relations: Passenger Ferry Service
Sri Lanka: UN Panel and Sovereignty Issues
Sri Lanka: One Year after the War, Where is Ethnic Reconciliation?
Sri Lanka: Why Sustain the ‘State of Exception’?
Upcoming Parliamentary Elections and the Future of Sri Lanka
Challenges Before the President
Ghosts of War Haunt Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka: Clash of ‘War Heroes’
Cross-border Nationalism
Where is the “Northern Spring” in Sri Lanka?
Will the LTTE Rise Again?
Post-LTTE Sri Lanka: Demilitarization as a First Step towards Peace
Post-LTTE: India’s Policy Options on Sri Lanka’s Ethnic Issue
Sri Lanka: Cease the Fire and Catch the Peace
Sri Lanka in 2008: A Tale of Two Fires
The LTTE: 'Determined to Fight, but Ready for Peace'
Eelam War IV: Military Strategies of the LTTE
Eelam War IV: Strategy of the Government of Sri Lanka
Fishing in Troubled Waters: Tamil Nadu Fishermen and India-Sri Lanka Relations
Eastern Provincial Council Elections: A First Step Towards Final Settlement?
Local Polls in Batticaloa: How Significant?
Facets of Internal Displacement in Sri Lanka
Ceasing the Ceasefire in Sri Lanka
'High Security Zones' in Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka: Five Years of the Ceasefire Agreement

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