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January 2011
#3323
FMCT Negotiations: Games Pakistan Plays
31 January 2011 PR Chari discusses Pakistan’s strategic maneuvering and its implications for the global disarmament agenda
#3322
Alternative Strategies for J&K: Before Next Summer
28 January 2011 D Suba Chandran discusses Kashmir against the backdrop of the recently concluded BJP Rashtriya Ekta Yatra
#3321
Kashmir: A Hot Summer Ahead?
28 January 2011 Ali Ahmed proposes ways to deal with the likely event of Arab unrest influencing opinions and actions in Kashmir 
#3320
Alternative Strategies for Indo-Sri Lankan Relations: Passenger Ferry Service
28 January 2011 N Manoharan examines the anticipated benefits of a resumption of passenger ferry transport between the two countries
#3319
Sino-Tajik Border: Settlement or Entrapment?
28 January 2011 Bhavna Singh explores whether the conditions of the Sino-Tajik border resolution can be replicated in the Sino-Indian case
#3318
The Indian Army: Organizational Changes in the Offing
17 January 2011 Firdaus Ahmed views the proposed Army overhaul from the perspective of India’s Pak policy and nuclearization in South Asia
#3317
India and Iran: Convergent Interests, Widening Fault Lines
13 January 2011 Lydia Walker looks at the interaction between insecurity in Afghanistan and an incipient nuclear Iran in Indo-Iranian relations
#3316
The Oil Payments: New Twist in India-Iran Relations
13 January 2011 Uddipan Mukherjee discusses the latest development in Indo-Iranian gas deals
#3315
Japan’s New Policy Defense Program Guideline and Japan-India Security Cooperation
13 January 2011 Kei Koga considers the implications for China and India of Japan’s latest articulation of its defence objectives
#3314
Reading Pakistan-II: Four Implications of Salman Taseer’s Assassination
10 January 2011 D Suba Chandran presents the likely repercussions of Taseer's death in Pakistani society
#3313
China’s Longjiang Dam: Concerns for Myanmar
10 January 2011 Panchali Saikia looks at the consequences of China’s dam-building projects for its southern neighbour
#3312
Reading Pakistan-I: Who Killed Salman Taseer?
7 January 2011 D Suba Chandran contextualizes the death of the Governor of Punjab against the nexus of rising radicalism in Pakistan
#3311
The P-5 Visits and India’s Nuclear Energy Programme
4 January 2011 Tanvi Kulkarni discusses the nuclear component of the five high profile visits to India in 2010
#3310
New START Ratification: Future Possibilities?
4 January 2011 Maj. Gen. Dipankar Banerjee explores the potential impact of the treaty
#3309
Obama’s Annual Af-Pak Review: Need for a Reappraisal
3 January 2011 Maj. Gen. Dipankar Banerjee examines the shortcomings of Obama’s Af-Pak evaluation
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