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January 2005
#1625
Assam Accord: Politicking Continues
29 January 2005 Bibhu Prasad Routray examines the politics around the Assam Accord and maintains that the AASU has little to gain given the nature of its demands
#1624
Tsunamis and the War on Terror
29 January 2005 Mathew Angus finds the recent Tsunami an occasion to politically and morally question the war on terror enthusiastically being pursued by the governments
#1623
Limited War Under the Nuclear Shadow in South Asia
29 January 2005 Report of the seminar presenting key findings of the USIP report held on 19 January 2005 at the IPCS conference room (Speakers: Prof Stephen Cohen and Prof PR Chari; Chair: Amb Eric Gonsalves)
#1622
Maoist Insurgency in Nepal
27 January 2005 Meha Dixit looks into the origins and nature of insurgency in Nepal
#1621
Suicide Terrorism in Indonesia
27 January 2005 Eric Koo Peng Kuan analyses various aspects of suicide terrorism in Indonesia
#1620
Pugwash Conference on Kashmir: Some Reflections
20 January 2005 Noor Ahmad Baba presents a reflection on the Pugwash Conference on Kashmir and highlights the atmosphere of reconciliation visible during its course
#1619
Baglihar Project: Another Bone of Contention
20 January 2005 Dr Alok Kumar Gupta examines competing claims by India and Pakistan over the legality of the Baglihar Project and stresses the need for skilled diplomacy
#1618
Great Power Relations in Asia
20 January 2005 Report of the seminar held at the IPCS Conference room on 12 January 2005 (Speaker: Dr Alexandre Mansourov, Pacific Center for Security Studies, Hawaii)
#1617
Rebel Leaders Arrive in Nagaland (Northeast Media Survey, December 2004)
18 January 2005 Bibhu Prasad Routray presents important news, articles and opinions as appeared in the regional media of the Northeast in December, 2004
#1616
Human Rights and Peace: The Angst in Kashmir (Urdu Media Survey, December 2004)
18 January 2005 Amin Masoodi surveys the Urdu media in Kashmir for important news, articles and opinions as appeared in December 2004
#1614
Indo US Relations Under the New Administration
13 January 2005 Report of the Seminar held at IPCS on 7 January 2004 (Speaker: Prof Sumit Ganguly)
#1613
Kashmir: India and Pakistan back to Incrementalism
12 January 2005 Sanjay Kumar in his analysis of the ongoing India-Pakistan Peace Process finds favour with an incremental pace
#1612
East Asia Diary - December 2004: The 'East Asia Community' - Promise Aplenty
12 January 2005 Jabin T Jacob works his way through the prospects of a East Asia Community, examines the economics that could promote it and the politics and history that would hinder it
#1611
China's Defence White Paper- Part 2
10 January 2005 Maj Gen Dipankar Banerjeein the second part of the article highlights lessons for India while examining the major issues raised in China's Defense White Paper
#1610
China's New Defence White Paper- Part 1
10 January 2005 Maj Gen Dipankar Banerjee in the first of a two part article examines changes in China's Security situation as per the new Defence White Paper
#1609
Towards a More Secure World (Part 2) - The UN High Level Panel's Report
6 January 2005 Maj Gen Dipankar Banerjee analyses in the second part of this review article the questions of use of force and restructuring of the UN as recommended by UN High Level Panel Report
#1608
The Election Process in Iraq
6 January 2005 Anil Kamboj lays out the upcoming Iraq election process and examines the political scenario and its implications for the United States
#1607
Towards A More Secure World (Part 1) - The UN High Level Panel's Report
5 January 2005 Maj Gen Dipankar Banerjee, in the first part of the article, reviews the UN High Level Panel Report that recommended measures for effective collective security
#1606
The Paris Agreement and Iranian Nuclear Case
4 January 2005 Satyabrat Sinha assesses the crucial factors in the European Union-Iran nuclear negotiations
#1605
Shaukat Aziz's Visit to China
3 January 2005 Shweta Moorthy assesses Shaukat Aziz's visit to China by looking at its economic and strategic considerations
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