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January 2013
The ASEAN: Challenges Facing the New Secretary General
31 January 2013 Amruta Karambelkar analyses Le Luong Minh's inaugural speech and the road ahead
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 
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
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
Malaysia: MoU with Bangladesh on Manpower Export
23 January 2013 Aparupa Bhattacherjee discusses the need and implications of signing the agreement
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
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
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
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
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
Naxal Violence: Expanding into India’s Northeast?
17 January 2013 Bibhu Prasad Routray evaluates the success of the Naxalites’ twin objectives in the region
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
Balochistan: Looking Beyond the Hazara Massacre
15 January 2013 Rana Banerji studies the extent and depth of the Province’s alienation
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
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
Pakistan: Combating the TTP Through Reconciliation in Afghanistan
14 January 2013 Sander Ruben Aarten analyses the strategy behind its support of the process
China and Japan: Abe’s New Military Drive
14 January 2013 Rajaram Panda looks at the implications of the government's increased defence spending
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
Reading Pakistan: Why Target Health Workers Administering Vaccinations?
9 January 2013 D Suba Chandran analyses the sudden spurt in the killing of health workers
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
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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