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January 2007
Towards India-Japan Strategic and Global Partnership
31 January 2007 Report of IPCS Panel Discussion held at the India International Centre, 10 January 2007
Plight of Villages along the LOC
29 January 2007 Shabir Ibn Yusuf examines the problems faced by villages along the LOC and suggests ways to improve the situation
Constructing a Democratic Peace: Institution Building in Nepal
29 January 2007 Samrat Sinha outlines some of the lessons from the peace process in Nepal and the challenges it continues to face
The US Dilemma on Engaging Iran
25 January 2007 Amit Kumar Singh supports the Iraq Study Group's recommendation that the US talk to Iran as a means to resolve the Iraq crisis
Japan's Support for the Indo-US Nuclear Deal: A Step Towards a Safer World
25 January 2007 Reshmi Kazi examines the implication of Japan's support for the final implementation of the Indo-US Civil Nuclear Cooperation Agreement
Managing Arms and Armies in Nepal: Need for Caution
22 January 2007 PG Rajamohan states that the transition in Nepal is still at a delicate stage and calls for all parties to continue to act with care
China Successfully Tests Anti-Satellite Weapon
22 January 2007 Ajay Lele examines the threat posed by China's recent test of an anti-satellite weapon
The Mirwaiz Hurriyat: 'Hurrying' to Resolve Kashmir
16 January 2007 Priyashree Andley looks at the run-up to the Mirwaiz Hurriyat visit to Pakistan
Emergency in Bangladesh: What Next?
16 January 2007 Supriya Singh examines the options that exist for the caretaker government to end the political impasse in Bangladesh
Semiotics of Terrorism: A 'Symbolic' Understanding of the LTTE
16 January 2007 N Manoharan examines the significance of the symbol of the Tiger in LTTE ideology
India-United States Understanding on Civil Nuclear Cooperation: The Way Ahead
13 January 2007 Excerpts from a talk by Shyam Saran, Special Envoy of the Prime Minister at the India Habitat Centre on 10 January 2007
Debating the Nuclear Deal
12 January 2007 Saumitra Mohan posits that the gains accruing to India from the Indo-US nuclear deal far outweigh the losses
India and Japan - Towards Permanent Interests
9 January 2007 Jabin T Jacob argues that by basing their relationship on shared values the two countries have taken the right step forward
The PM's Japan Visit
9 January 2007 Rukmani Gupta outlines important areas for cooperation between India and Japan following Manmohan Singh's visit to Tokyo
ULFA's New Year Mayhem
9 January 2007 Rajat Kumar Kujur outlines the ULFA's motives and is critical of the intelligence failure that has led to the recent massacres
Nathu La Six Months Later
9 January 2007 Sameer Suryakant Patil outlines some of the problems at Nathu La and ways to improve the situation
The Forgotten People of Jammu and Kashmir: 'Refugees' from PoK
8 January 2007 Interview with Rajiv Chunni, Chairman of SOS, an organization of PoK 'Refugees' in J&K
Terrorism Financing
8 January 2007 Report of IPCS seminar held on 2 January 2007 (Speaker: Dr. Moyara Ruehsen)
The Naga Peace Process: Issues and Implications
5 January 2007 Upasana Mahanta calls on New Delhi to encourage greater civil society initiatives for peace in the Northeast
Whither China's defence?
5 January 2007 Bhartendu Kumar Singh remains unconvinced that China's white paper on defence reveals a desire for peaceful development
Recent Developments in Bangladesh and Elections 2007
5 January 2007 Report of the IPCS Seminar held on 29 December (Speaker: Amb. I P Khosla)
Dawn of a New Era in India-Japan Relations
4 January 2007 Rajesh Kapoor believes that following Manmohan Singh's visit to Japan bilateral ties have been significantly strengthened
Pakistan in 2006: Year of Violence
4 January 2007 D. Suba Chandran examines the deteriorating security environment in Pakistan during 2006 and why it did not taint Gen. Musharraf
Current Situation in Afghanistan and Implications for India
3 January 2007 Vinod Anand suggests that India strengthen its relations with Pashtoon nationalist elements, and other dominant ethnic groups in Afghanistan to achieve its interests
FATA: Pakistan in the throes of another Dilemma
3 January 2007 Alok Bansal argues that Musharraf would erode his position by taking a tough stance on FATA, but also antagonize the west if he did not
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