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January 2000
Cryogenic Boost to Indian Space Commerce
31 January 2000 Wg Cdr N. K. Pant argues for steady investment in the field of space technology
Pakistan's Economy-II: Challenges facing Musharraf
28 January 2000 D. Suba Chandran says Gen. Musharraf and his sincere efforts seem to be the only way out to clean Pakistan’s economic mess
Pakistan's Economy-I: Inherent Problems
28 January 2000 D. Suba Chandran looks into the critical factors shaping Pakistan's economy
Madrassas in Pakistan - II: Breedinground for Islamic Militants?
25 January 2000 D. Suba Chandran argues against the contention that madrasas preach jihad and produce militants
Madrassas in Pakistan I: Madrassas: A brief overview
25 January 2000 D. Suba Chandran looks into the historical growth of Madrasas in Pakistan and their functions
Karmapa in India- Implications for the Tibetan Movement
25 January 2000 Sonika Gupta analyses the impact of the Karmapa Lama's arrival in India on the Tibetan movement
GDP and Defence Expenditure in India
24 January 2000 Wg. Cdr. N. K. Pant makes for higher budgetary allocation for defence
The Ganges Water Sharing Treaty: Genesis & Significance
24 January 2000 Saswati Chanda & Alok Kumar Gupta enlist the numerous benefits of the water sharing treaty between India and Bangladesh
SAARC Impediments to Regional Cooperation
24 January 2000 Rahul Arun & Abhishek Srivastava outline the political and economic impediments to regional co-operation in South Asia
The Hijacking and After
18 January 2000 Report of IPCS Seminar held on 13 January 2000
Hijacking Exposes India as a Weak Soft State
14 January 2000 Anand Verma, arguing against the militants for hostage deal, suggests that India could have let Taliban's diplomatic dilemmas orchestrate the hijacking's end game
Ideological Hegemony in China
14 January 2000 Rahul Arun analyses the Chinese Communist Party's clampdown on the Falun Gong in context of religious repression in China
The CTBT: To Sign or not to sign
12 January 2000 Report of the IPCS Seminar held on 31 Dec 1999
Indo-US Relations in the New Millenium
12 January 2000 Arvind Kumar argues that both India and the US converge on nuclear disarmament then most of the irritants between them would be diminished
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