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January 1999
#171
Integration of Defence Apparatus
30 January 1999 Report of IPCS seminar held on 22 January 99
#170
Eliminating Anti-Personnel Landmines
15 January 1999 Maj. Gen. Dipankar Banerjee points out the task still at hand despite the Landmines Treaty coming "unheralded and barely noticed" into force on March 1, 1999
#169
India's Relations with USA: Post Pokhran-II
12 January 1999 Report of IPCS seminar held on India's Relations with China, Japan and USA: Pokhran-II, held on 23 December 1998
#168
India's Relations with Japan: Post Pokhran-II
12 January 1999 Report of IPCS seminar held on India's Relations with China, Japan and USA: Pokhran-II, held on 23 December 1998
#167
India's Relations with China: Post Pokhran-II
12 January 1999 IPCS seminar held on India's Relations with China, Japan and USA: Pokhran-II, held on 23 December 1998
#166
Nuclear Deterrence in South Asia: Strategic Considerations Reconsidered
12 January 1999 Prof. Stephen P. Cohen argues that India’s security is not predicated on the rational control of its own command and control system but on the weakest link in the Pakistan’s military system
#165
Six months after Pokhran-II: Where do we go from here?
7 January 1999 Report of the ninth IPCS Seminar on the Implications of Nuclear Testing in South Asia
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