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Issue Briefs are 2,500-word long essays that examine various topics and their implications, besides making policy recommendations.
 
#Special Report 182, April 2016
IPCS Forecast 2016
#Special Report 181, March 2016
Roots of the Syrian Crisis
VP Haran
#Special Report 180, December 2015
Modi in Lahore: Indian and Pakistani Reflections
#Special Report 178, February 2015
Charting Global Transitions
IPCS Annual 2015
#Issue Brief 240, September 2013
Contemporary Ladakh: Partition and Economy of a Border Village - Turtuk
Konchak Pladan
#Issue Brief 239, September 2013
Contemporary Ladakh: Facebook, Twitter & the Social Transformation in Kargil
Gulzar Hussain
#Issue Brief 238, August 2013
Contemporary Ladakh: Culture, Commodification and Tourism
Tashi Lundup
#Issue Brief 237, August 2013
Contemporary Ladakh: A Subtle Yet Strong Patriarchy
Chimat Ladol
#Issue Brief 236, August 2013
Contemporary Ladakh: Evolving Indigenous & Quality Education
Samina Rehman
#Issue Brief 235, August 2013
Contemporary Ladakh: Identifying the “Other” in Buddhist-Muslim Transformative Relations
Sumera Shafi
#Issue Brief 234, August 2013
Contemporary Ladakh: Communal Divide in Kargil & Leh
Fayaz Hussain
#Special Report 107, June 2011
Understanding the Gujjar-Pahri Faultline in J&K: A Pahri Perspective
KD Maini
#Special Report 106, June 2011
Understanding the Gujjar-Pahri Faultline in J&K: A Gujjar Perspective
Zafar Choudhary
#Conference Report 32, April 2011
Armed Conflicts in South Asia 2011
#Special Report 99, March 2011
“General Musharraf’s four point formula can provide an effective roadmap in Kashmir”: An Interview with Prof Abdul Ghani Bhat
Nadir Ali
Research Assistant, IPCS
#Issue Brief 157, November 2010
Countering Terrorism: Role of Intelligence and Investigative Agencies
Radha Vinod Raju
Former Director General, National Investigation Agency (NIA), India
#Issue Brief 156, October 2010
Is Pakistan Re-positioning itself in Kashmir?: Islamabad’s Five Likely Strategies
D Suba Chandran
Deputy Director, IPCS
#Issue Brief 155, September 2010
What Next after the All Party Delegation Visit?: A 3-C Strategy for Kashmir
D Suba Chandran
Deputy Director, IPCS
#Issue Brief 151, May 2010
Understanding the Transformation: Issues, Threats and Early Warnings in Ladakh
Tashi Morup
Freelance Journalist, Leh
#Issue Brief 149, May 2010
Understanding Religious Radicalization: Issues, Threats and Early Warnings in Kashmir Valley
Arjimand Hussain Talib
#Issue Brief 148, May 2010
Rajouri and Poonch: Identifying Early Warning Signals and Addressing New Challenges
KD Maini
Editor, Peace Magazine, Poonch
#Conference Report 27, May 2010
Building Regional Stability in South Asia
Report of Track II Dialogue held on 8-9 February 2010
#Issue Brief 147, April 2010
Tourism as a CBM in J&K: Renewing Old Routes and Exploring New Areas in Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh
Mohammad Ashraf
Former Director, Department of Tourism, J&K
#Issue Brief 142, April 2010
Pir Panjal Regional Festival: Integrating the Isolated Border Districts in J&K & Building Peace from Below
D Suba Chandran
Deputy Director, IPCS, New Delhi
#Conference Report 25, March 2010
Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh: Building Peace and Countering Radicalization
Conference Report
#Issue Brief 132, October 2009
Two Decades of Indo-Pak CBMs: A Critique from India
Samarjit Ghosh
#Issue Brief 131, October 2009
Expanding Cross-LoC Interactions: Perspectives from India
D Suba Chandran
#Issue Brief 129, October 2009
Harnessing the Indus Waters: Perspectives from India
D Suba Chandran
Deputy Director, IPCS
#Issue Brief 128, September 2009
Harnessing the Indus Waters: Perspectives from Pakistan
Nausheen Wasi
Lecturer, University of Karachi
#Issue Brief 125, September 2009
Resolving Siachen: Perspectives from India
Brig (Retd) Gurmeet Kanwal
Director, Centre for Land Warfare Studies (CLAWS), New Delhi
#Issue Brief 124, September 2009
Resolving Siachen: Perspectives from Pakistan
Brig (Retd) Asad Hakeem
Islamabad
#Special Report 71, May 2009
Terrorism and Armed Violence in India: An Analysis of Events in 2008
Devyani Srivastava
Research Officer, IPCS
#Conference Report 15, April 2009
Armed Conflicts in South Asia, 2009
Edited by Rekha Chakravarthi
#Special Report 64, February 2009
Poonch Festival: A Strategy to Integrate the Border Regions in J&K
D Suba Chandran
#Issue Brief 88, December 2008
Fighting Terrorism: Strengthen and Modernize the State Police
D Suba Chandran
Deputy Director, IPCS, New Delhi
#Issue Brief 66, May 2008
Cross-LoC Trade: Challenges and Opportunities in J&K
D Suba Chandran
Assistant Director, IPCS
#Issue Brief 13, September 2003
New Indian Initiatives in Kashmir
D Suba Chandran
Assistant Director, IPCS
 

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