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July 2017
J&K Focus Handling J&K: What is Right and What More Needs To Be Done?
31 July 2017 Lt Gen (Retd) Syed Ata Hasnain identifies a strategy to deal with the situation in J&K over the coming months
Dateline Colombo The Forgotten Professions: The Plight of a Nation
24 July 2017 Asanga Abeyagoonasekera writes that Sri Lanka's political culture, economy and universities can all be reinvented to generate real innovation and creativity
Strategic Space Chinese Responsibility on DPRK: No ‘Theory’, Immutable Reality
19 July 2017 Dr Manpreet Sethi evaluates the dimensions and potential implications of China's dismissal of its responsibility in resolving the North Korean nuclear crisis as mere theory
IPCS Discussion Dealing with Dirty Wars
19 July 2017 Sarral Sharma reports on the proceedings of the discussion held on 21 June, 2017
Three Years of the Modi Government Reviving the Indian Economy: Structural Reforms Needed
18 July 2017 Prerana Priyadarshi assesses the state-of-affairs of the Indian economy over the past three years and says structural reforms would be required to revive it
IPCS Discussion India-China-Nepal Trilateralism
17 July 2017 Niharika Tagotra reports on the proceedings of the discussion held on 06 June, 2017
Three Years of the Modi Government Jammu & Kashmir Policy: Innovative Solutions Needed
17 July 2017 Sarral Sharma reviews the state-of-affairs in J&K and says New Delhi will require to employ innovative solutions to address the internal dimension of the security situation
Global Warming-Induced Migration: An International Convention Needed
14 July 2017 John Schabedoth analyses the implications of global warming-induced migration for international relations and argues that a binding international convention will be needed
Three Years of the Modi Government India-EU: Potential Partners in the Emerging World Order?
14 July 2017 Amb (Retd) KP Fabian assesses India-European Union (EU) relations since 2014, the state of the EU, and identifies areas for future cooperation between the two
Three Years of the Modi Government Preferring the Bilateral to the Multilateral: Personal Diplomacy and India's Trade Negotiations
13 July 2017 Mihir S Sharma assesses India's trade negotiations over the past three years and identifies a pattern where the preference seems to tilt towards bilateral over multilateral formats
Three Years of the Modi Government India-Myanmar: Fast-tracking the Eastward Push
11 July 2017 Angshuman Choudhury assesses the trajectory of India-Myanmar relations since 2014 and argues that there has been substantial forward movement in several sectors
Three Years of the Modi Government Defence under the NDA Government
15 July 2017 Abhijit Iyer-Mitra analyses the state-of-affairs in India's defence sector over the past three years and argues that there has been more continuity than change
Three Years of the Modi Government Environmental Protection: A Mixed Bag
18 July 2017 Garima Maheshwari assesses the state-of-affairs of environment protection in India in the past three years 
East Asia Compass Japan’s ‘New Approach’ to Russia: Is it Moving Forward?
10 July 2017 Dr Sandip Kumar Mishra analyses recent developments in Japan-Russia relations and argues that the prospects of Tokyo's 'New Approach' towards Moscow do not look positive
China's Grand strategy China’s Maritime Strategy in the South China Sea
5 July 2017 Tapan Bharadwaj reviews the maritime component of China's grand strategy in the Indo-Pacific, and argues that its strategy in the SCS has begun delivering results for Beijing
IPCS Discussion '25 Years of Diplomatic Relations Between India and Israel and the Way Forward'
3 July 2017
Sarral Sharma reports on the proceedings of the discussion held on 06 June, 2017

Three Years of the Modi Government India-Japan: Past Trends Continue
3 July 2017 Dr Shamshad A Khan writes that the India-Japan relationship has deepened further in the past three years, and says agreed but unfinished projects need special attention
The ISI and Kulbhushan Jadhav's Second “Confession”
3 July 2017 Rana Banerji analyses the contents and circumstances involving the release of Kulbhushan Jadhav's second "confession" and argues that the ISI has tied itself into knots of its own making
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