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January 2013
#3805
The ASEAN: Challenges Facing the New Secretary General
31 January 2013 Amruta Karambelkar analyses Le Luong Minh's inaugural speech and the road ahead
#3804
India and the Melting Arctic
31 January 2013 Vijay Sakhuja analyses emerging Indian interests in the Arctic vis-a-vis its aspirations to gain permanent observer status in the Arctic Council 
#3803
Special Commentary: India and Bhutan
28 January 2013 Dil Bahadur Rahut & Medha Bisht discuss the transforming bilateral relationship between India and Bhutan in light of the Bhutanese King's visit to India
#3802
North Korea: “An All-Out Confrontation” After Fresh UNSC Sanctions?
28 January 2013 Rajaram Panda assesses China's changing strategy towards North Korea in light of the recent sanctions
#3801
Malaysia: MoU with Bangladesh on Manpower Export
23 January 2013 Aparupa Bhattacherjee discusses the need and implications of signing the agreement
#3800
Japan: Is Abe on a Collision Course?
23 January 2013 Rana Divyank Chaudhary analyses the recalibration in Japanese foreign policy post Shinzo Abe's election
#3799
Pakistan: The Curious Case of Tahir-ul-Qadri
21 January 2013 Rana Banerji discusses the leader behind the political impasse recently witnessed in the country
#3798
Sri Lanka: Implications of Silencing the Judiciary
19 January 2013 M. Mayilvaganan discusses the potential threat to democracy the country faces in light of recent events
#3797
India and Pakistan: Political Fallouts and Larger Questions of the LoC Violations
19 January 2013 PR Chari addresses possible causes of the skirmish and the criticality of resuming Indo-Pak dialogue
#3796
China and the Asia-Pacific: Trends, Challenges and Dilemmas
18 January 2013 Teshu Singh evaluates the challenges ahead of China in dealing with the region
#3795
Naxal Violence: Expanding into India’s Northeast?
17 January 2013 Bibhu Prasad Routray evaluates the success of the Naxalites’ twin objectives in the region
#3794
IPCS Discussion: Understanding South Korea and Japan’s Election Results
16 January 2013 Rana Divyank Chaudhary reports on the discussion led by Amb Skand Tayal, Dr Sandip Mishra and Dr Rajaram Panda
#3793
Balochistan: Looking Beyond the Hazara Massacre
15 January 2013 Rana Banerji studies the extent and depth of the Province’s alienation
#3792
Water Conflicts in South Asia: Lessons from the Alwar River Parliament
15 January 2013 Roomana Hukil discusses the plausibility of an alternative solution to the Cauvery dispute
#3791
J&K and the Indo-Pak Peace Process: New Delhi, Islamabad and the Hurriyat
15 January 2013 Zainab Akhter discusses the possibility of sustainable peace through trilateral talks
#3790
Pakistan: Combating the TTP Through Reconciliation in Afghanistan
14 January 2013 Sander Ruben Aarten analyses the strategy behind its support of the process
#3789
China and Japan: Abe’s New Military Drive
14 January 2013 Rajaram Panda looks at the implications of the government's increased defence spending
#3788
Myanmar and India's Northeast: Border Cooperation, Better Connectivity and Economic Integration
10 January 2013 Bibhu Prasad Routray discusses the immediacy of implementing identified projects to secure ties in the region
#3787
Reading Pakistan: Why Target Health Workers Administering Vaccinations?
9 January 2013 D Suba Chandran analyses the sudden spurt in the killing of health workers
#3786
Af-Pak Diary: Decoding Hakimullah Mehsud’s Talks Offer
8 January 2013 D Suba Chandran analyses the strategic implications of Hakimullah's recent video message
#3785
Maldives: GMR, Nexbis and the Tale of Two Ousters
8 January 2013 N Manoharan discusses the reasons and larger strategic implications of the ouster
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