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January 2006
#1934
AQ Khan Network: Alive & Still Working
25 January 2006 Wilson John elaborates on the continued functioning of the clandestine nuclear 'Walmart' set up by AQ Khan
#1933
India's
25 January 2006 Ashok Sharma opines that 'Brand India' provides the necessary diplomatic leverage to secure India's political, economic and strategic interests
#1932
SLMM: Challenges to Ceasefire Monitoring in Sri Lanka
25 January 2006 N Manoharan elucidates the problems hampering the SLMM's effective functioning & prospective measures to address this concern
#1931
Sixth Review Conference of the BWC: Looking Ahead
20 January 2006 KS Manjuanth flags pertinent issues faced by the BWC, and countries like India in the build up to the next review conference in December 2006
#1930
The Indo-US Nuclear Agreement: Advantage US
20 January 2006 Garima Singh opines that the Indo-US N-deal will accrue greater long-term benefits to the US in a wide array of decisive areas
#1929
SAFTA: A First Step towards South Asian Economic Union?
19 January 2006 N Manoharan critically looks at whether the SAFTA could be a stepping stone to a greater economic integration in South Asia
#1928
China: Great Power, Grand Projects
19 January 2006 Bhartendu Kumar Singh profiles the inevitable rise of China as a Great Power based on its robust politico-economic indicators and grandiose infrastructural projects
#1927
J&K: Time Not Ripe for Troop Withdrawal
19 January 2006 Kanchan Lakshman details the logic behind Pakistan's repeated calls for demilitarization in the Kashmir Valley & warns of consequences India will bear if it complies
#1926
Kashmir: The Economics of Peace-Building
17 January 2006 Report of IPCS Seminar held on 7 January 2006 IPCS Conference Room (Teresita Schaffer and Howard Schaffer)
#1925
Naxal Warning in Maharashtra
14 January 2006 Rajat Kumar Kujur chronicles the Red swathes being cut across eastern Maharasthtra by the Naxals
#1924
India Goes Thermonuclear
13 January 2006 Laxman Kumar Behera elaborates the politico-strategic & technological benefits that India can avail by being a member of the ITER project
#1923
Clemenceau: A Threat to Individual Security
13 January 2006 Alok Kumar Gupta & Pratyush Kumar chart the troubled course the controversial ship's has taken from French waters to the shipbreaking yards of Alang
#1922
Free Trade Areas and Conflict Prevention: A case for SAFTA
13 January 2006 Satyajit Mohanty elucidates the efficacy of trade & commerce in preventing and alleviating the situation conflict-prone regions
#1921
Recent Developments in Bangladesh: Implications for Security
11 January 2006 Report of IPCS Panel Discussion held at the IPCS Conference Room on 6 January 2006 (Panelists: Matt Rosenstein, Bibhu Prasad Routray & Supriya Singh)
#1920
Consolidating Bilateral Ties: Rajapakse's India Visit
6 January 2006 N Manoharan enunciates India's significance - political, economic & cultural - in establishing a viable & durable peace in the Emerald Isle
#1919
Pakistan's Quest for Nuclear Power
6 January 2006 Ajey Lele elaborates the chequered history of Pakistan's nuclear programme and charts its future in light of its N-cooperation with China & the Indo-US N-deal
#1918
Iran's Nuclear Programme: Challenges and Options
3 January 2006 Beryl Anand elaborates the rationale of Iran's nuclear programme and the perceived threat it poses to stability in West Asia
#1917
Rapprochement with Nepal: India's Security Concerns
3 January 2006 Sathish Kumar elucidates India's security concerns in the backdrop of Nepal's renewed engagement with China & Pakistan
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