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January 2014
IPCS Debate Federalism and Foreign Policy: Regional Inputs in India's Neighbourhood Strategy
31 January 2014 Prof V Suryanarayan recommends limited regional participation in the construction of India's foreign policy
Indian Ocean Region The Malabar Exercises: India, Japan and the US
31 January 2014 Teshu Singh analyses the geopolitical context and significance of Japan's inclusion in the Malabar Exercises
China, Myanmar, and the Myitsone Dam: Uncertain Future
31 January 2014 Aparupa Bhattacharjee analyses the potential trajectory of China-Myanmar bilateral relations.
India & Iran: Post Nuclear Deal
31 January 2014 Ruhee Neog looks at how India could capitalise on the easing of tensions between Iran and the West
Myanmar: Why is the Clergy Angry?
31 January 2014 Rajeshwari Krishnamurthy tries to find answers for the violence in Myanmar and the role of monks in it
Myanmar: Are the Infrastructure and Economic Reforms Adequate?
31 January 2014 Kuhan Madhan analyses whether Myanmar has the potential to cash in on the golden investment climate it has today.
India-South Korea: President Park Geun-hye and ‘Sales Diplomacy’
31 January 2014 Angana Guha Roy analyses the bilateral relationship post Park’s visit to India
Bangladesh: Implications of Jamaat-e-Islami’s Indictment
30 January 2014 Dr Rupak Bhattacharjee weighs in on the deepening schism between pro and anti-liberation forces post the trial of war criminals
Dateline Kabul Afghanistan, US and the Peace Process: A Deal with the Taliban in 2014?
28 January 2014 Mariam Safi says that it remains highly doubtful that the Afghan government and its international backers will strike a peace deal with the Taliban in the near future
Targeting Minorities: Emerging Trend in Bangladesh and Pakistan
27 January 2014 Commodore (Retd) C Uday Bhaskar comments on communal violence in South Asia
Year in Review Left-wing Extremism 2013: The Threat Continues
26 January 2014 Dr N Manohran provides the highlights of the naxal conflict in India during 2013
IPCS Debate Federalism and Foreign Policy: Do National Political Parties have ‘Regional Outlooks’?
24 January 2014 Wasbir Hussain advices against a drastic alteration of the powers of the central and state governments in India
Year in Review Maldives 2013: End of Political Stalemate
23 January 2014 N Manoharan presents an annual round-up
Dateline Islamabad The Musharraf Trial & Beyond
20 January 2014 Dr Salma Malik comments on the most important issues facing Pakistan
IPCS Debate Expanse of Federalism: South Asia Sui Generis?
20 January 2014 D Suba Chandran responds to PR Chari's commentary on the nature of Indian federalism
Year in Review Northeast 2013: A Year of Peace and Violence
20 January 2014 Rani Pathak Das presents an annual round-up
India-South Korea Relations: Creative Economy for Creative Strategy
20 January 2014 Jiye Kim comments on the expectations following South Korean President Park Geun-hye’s visit to India
Bangladesh Post Elections 2014: India’s Challenges and Options
20 January 2014 Alok Kumar Gupta delineates India’s responsibilities towards its neighbour
South Asian Dialectic Limits of Federalism
20 January 2014 PR Chari explains the domestic and internal factors in South Asia that have an impact on federal principles
Red Affairs Surrender of Gudsa Usendi: Ominous beginning for the Naxals?
19 January 2014 Dr Bibhu Prasad Routray comments on the recent surrender of a naxal leader
IPCS Debate Responding to Pakistan’s Tactical Nuclear Weapons: A Strategy for India
18 January 2014 Dr Manpreet Sethi suggests that India must let it be known that it would play the nuclear game according to its own rules
India-Sri Lanka: Conflict over Fishing Rights
16 January 2014 Kuhan Madhan talks about the levels of engagement between the Indian and Sri Lankan fishing communities
Dhaka Discourse Bangladesh Post Elections 2014: Redefining Domestic Politics?
16 January 2014 Prof Delwar Hossain says that political stability and democratic governance have been traded with violence and extremism for absolute political gains
Bangladesh Post Elections 2014: What Went Wrong?
15 January 2014 Harun ur Rashid comments on the BNP boycott of the January elections
Middle Kingdom China-Japan Friction: How can India Respond?
13 January 2014 DS Rajan says that New Delhi should opt for well-calibrated and balanced policies towards Beijing and Tokyo
Seminar Report Conflict Early Warning: Contemporary Regional Environment & Implications for J&K
13 January 2014

Ayesha Khanyari reports on the discussion in Jammu in December 2013

India-US Relations: Khobragade Case Tests India's Resilence
13 January 2014 Commodore C Uday Bhaskar recommends an objective review of what went wrong by both India and the US to ensure that such an exigency is not repeated
The Strategist Strategic Non-Nuclear Weapons: An Essential Consort to a Doctrine of No First Use
13 January 2014 Vice Admiral (Retd) Vijay Shankar says that India must be equipped with select conventional hardware to provide teeth to a deterrent relationship that leans on NFU  
Nuke Street Nuclear Power: An Annual Report Card
13 January 2014 Amb Sheel Kant Sharma provides a comprehensive round-up of global nuclear power in 2013
Eagle Eye Indo-US Strategic Partnership Post Khobragade: The Long Shadow
13 January 2014 Prof Chintamani Mahapatra looks at the larger bilateral issues and tensions
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