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January 2008
#2480
DRDO's Integrated Guided Missile Development Programme
31 January 2008 Neha Kumar argues that the indigenous programme has not contributed substantially to India's deterrence capabilities
#2479
Ceasing the Ceasefire in Sri Lanka
30 January 2008 N Manoharan delves into the reasons why the Rajapakse government has abrogated the CFA
#2478
Why Do Naxals Hate NGOs? A Case Study of Bihar
30 January 2008 Kamla Singh observes that NGOs are beginning to undermine the legitimacy of Naxalites
#2477
Balancing Malaysia, Malaysian Indians and Tamil Nadu
30 January 2008 Vibhanshu Shekhar says New Delhi will increasingly need to balance its bilateral ties with the needs of diaspora Indians
#2476
Maoists Intrude into Uttarakhand
30 January 2008 Maitreya Buddha Samantaray assesses the factors responsible for the growing Maoist presence in Uttarakhand
#2475
Benazir Bhutto's Assassination and the American Elections
25 January 2008 Avinash Godbole examines how the American presidential candidates have reacted to the Bhutto assassination
#2474
Northeast India's Border Roads
14 January 2008 Mirza Zulfiqur Rahman argues that building road infrastructure is critical to the region's development prospects
#2473
The Kunming Initiative: Going Beyond Governmental Reluctance
14 January 2008 Julien Levesque advocates granting greater autonomy to sub-national units to take the BCIM process forward
#2472
The Indian Prime Minister's Visit to China
14 January 2008 Bhartendu Kumar Singh hopes for more cooperative ventures that would consolidate the bilateral relationship
#2471
Recognition of Kosovo's Unilateral Secession: A Dangerous Precedent
14 January 2008 Report of IPCS Seminar held on 10 January 2008
#2470
Time to Revive India-Iran Relations
14 January 2008 M Shamsur Rabb Khan sets forth a rationale for improving ties between the two countries
#2469
Benazir's Assassination and the Future of Pakistan
14 January 2008 P R Chari assesses how events are likely to turn out for Pakistan in the wake of the killing of Bhutto
#2468
Is the US pursuing a Flawed Policy towards Pakistan?
14 January 2008 Harun ur Rashid argues that the US ought to pay greater attention to the democratic aspirations of the Pakistani people
#2467
Understanding Minority-Perpetrated Terrorism
14 January 2008 Firdaus Ahmed argues that the association of terrorist groups within India with radical Islam is tactical rather than strategic
#2466
A Government for the People and by the People
14 January 2008 Mohan Guruswamy criticizes the Indian state's approach to solving the Naxal problem
#2465
SAARC: Moving from Programmes of Cooperation to a Cooperative Programme
14 January 2008 Madhavi Bhasin argues that the regional organization needs a deeper culture of cooperation to succeed
#2464
2008 Pakistan Elections III: Party Manifestoes
8 January 2008 Dr. Suba Chandran and Gautam Chawla examine the positions of the major parties on some key issues facing the country
#2463
2008 Pakistan Elections II: Postponement and its Implications
8 January 2008 Dr. Suba Chandran and Gautam Chawla analyze the reasons for and reactions to the rescheduling of the polls in the country
#2462
Ethnic Violence and Communal Polarisation in Orissa's Kandhamal District
8 January 2008 Maitreya Buddha Samantaray argues for efforts to improve the human capital of the marginalized rather than focus on their religious affiliation
#2461
Securing Indian Jails against Naxal Threats
8 January 2008 Saumitra Mohan advocates immediate prison reforms to tackle the increasing jailbreaks by Naxalites
#2460
2008 Pakistan Elections I: A Backgrounder
4 January 2008 Dr. Suba Chandran and Gautam Chawla assess the relative strengths of Pakistan's politcal parties
#2459
School Dropouts Deepen Naxal Problem in Bihar
3 January 2008 Kamla Singh looks at how the Maoist ideology is affecting the eastern Indian state
#2458
The 2008 US Presidential Primaries: Competitive and Unpredictable
3 January 2008 Sayan Banerjee assesses the chances of the Democratic and Republican contenders in the run-up to the caucases
#2457
Benazir's Assassination: Implications for Pakistan's Democracy
3 January 2008 Ashok Sharma assesses the likely fallout of Bhutto's assassination on prospects for democracy and on Indo-Pak ties
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