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Naxalite Violence - Issue Briefs, Special Reports, Research Papers
Issue Briefs are 2,500-word long essays that examine various topics and their implications, besides making policy recommendations.
 
#Research Paper 29, August 2016
India's Panda: The rise and fall of Sabyasachi Panda in India's Maoist movement
Jed Lea-Henry
Assistant Professor, Vignan University
#Special Report 182, April 2016
IPCS Forecast 2016
#Special Report 178, February 2015
Charting Global Transitions
IPCS Annual 2015
#Special Report 173, January 2015
IPCS Forecasts: Naxal Violence in 2015
Bibhu Prasad Routray
#Issue Brief 253, May 2014
Patterns of Naxal Recruitment
Uddipan Mukherjee
#Research Paper 27, May 2013
Contemporary Naxal Movement in India: New Trends, State Responses and Recommendations
Rajat Kumar Kujur
#Conference Report 43, June 2012
Second National Dialogue on the Naxal Problem: Mapping the Motivations and Local Support
#Conference Report 38, March 2012
The Naxal Problem: Understanding the Issues, Challenges and Alternative Approaches
Aryaman Bhatnagar , Annapoorna Karthika , Anureet Rai , Amruta Karambelkar , Sanghita Datta and Medha Chaturvedi
#Conference Report 32, April 2011
Armed Conflicts in South Asia 2011
#Special Report 89, April 2010
Countering the Naxalites: Deploying the Armed Forces
PR Chari
Research Professor, IPCS
#Issue Brief 109, July 2009
Banning the Naxalites: What Next?
Rajat Kumar Kujur
#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
#Issue Brief 100, April 2009
Failure or Functional Anarchy?: Understanding Weak/Failing States in South Asia
D Suba Chandran
#Issue Brief 93, February 2009
Naxal Conflict in 2008: An Assessment
#Research Paper 15, September 2008
Naxalite Movements of India: A Profile
Rajat Kumar Kujur
 

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