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January 2001
Talibanization of Afghanistan
25 January 2001 Brig. Chandra B Khanduri traces the birth and the growth of Taliban and the talibanization of Afghanistan
US Sanctions Regime and Defence Preparedness
25 January 2001 Wg Cdr NK Pant evaluates the impact of US sanctions against India on defence preparedness of the Indian Armed Forces
Pakistan-Taliban Nexus
25 January 2001 Parama Sinha Palit feels that Pakistan has bitten off more than it can chew
Japan: The Emerging Defence Debate
23 January 2001 Dr Subhash Kapila comments on the changing contours of Japanese strategic doctrine
Li Peng's Visit to India
18 January 2001 Sonika Gupta examines Sino-Indian relations in context of Li Peng’s visit to India
Cease the Fire and Catch the Peace
18 January 2001 N. Manoharan analyses the prospects of the unilateral ceasefire declared by the LTTE
Indian Industries and the Threat of Chinese Imports
16 January 2001 Arundhati Bose explains the economic dynamics of dumping of Chinese goods into India Indian Industries and the Threat of Chinese Imports
India Between America and Russia: Need to Tilt Towards U.S.
16 January 2001 Satish Kumar hopes that the new grammar of bilateral relations evolved between the “natural allies” during Clinton’s regime would expand further under the relations
Russian Foreign and Security Policies at the Juncture of the Millennium
16 January 2001 Report of the Seminar held on 5 January 2001
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