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January 2017
India: Acting East after the End of the TPP
31 January 2017 Roshan Iyer analyses the status of the RCEP and argues that India's attractive market can be an asset only if it strategically leverages it to its benefit
Red Affairs Forecast 2017: LWE Still Holding On
31 January 2017 Dr Bibhu Prasad Routray notes that although LWE may be ebbing, its survival will be ensured by the state's own follies
IPCS Discussion 'Faith, Unity, Discipline: The ISI of Pakistan'
29 January 2017 Sarral Sharma reports on the proceedings of the discussion held on 18 January 2017
Strategic Space Forecast 2017: Unclear Nuclear Pathways
27 January 2017 Dr Manpreet Sethi examines the global nuclear issues that are likely to grab President Trump's attention this year
Spotlight West Asia West Asia Six Years After the ‘Arab Spring’: Prognosis for 2017
19 January 2017 Amb (Retd) Ranjit Gupta assesses the political and security related developments of the past six years, and identifies the trajectories for 2017
US Policy Orientation Donald Trump's Counter-Terrorism Policy
18 January 2017 Angshuman Choudhury & Husanjot Chahal look at why a major tactical shift in US' CT policy, either at home or overseas, cannot be rationally anticipated
India: Crises in Command?
12 January 2017 Gp Capt (Retd) Murli Menon assesses the appointment of India's new army chief and makes recommendations for the process of reforms to the personnel policies of the Indian armed forces 
East Asia Compass Japan-China Contestation in 2017
10 January 2017 Dr Sandip Kumar Mishra reviews the Tokyo-Beijing bilateral and identifies the potential trajectory the relationship in 2017
India and Vietnam: Strengthening Bilateral Relations
9 January 2017 Amruta Karambelkar reflects on recent high-level visits to India to analyse the nature of bilateral ties
India-Pakistan Line (Out) of Control?
6 January 2017 Joy Mitra argues that risks to general stability in the region remain entrenched in the dynamics of the India-Pakistan conflict and that it could lead to an uncontrollable conflict trajectory
Special Commentary India’s Nuclear Energy Policy: Bottlenecks to Implementation
3 January 2017 Niharika Tagotra argues that India's legislative-regulatory mechanism is inadequate for its ambitious nuclear energy programme
India, Afghanistan and the Heart of Asia: Reading Between the Lines
3 January 2017 Sarral Sharma analyses the recent Heart of Asia conference and the implications for Pakistan 
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