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December 2017
#5408
IPCS Series on Evolving Discourses of Security in International Politics Ceasefire Violations in Jammu & Kashmir: A Line on Fire
12 December 2017 Report of the discussion on ‘Ceasefire Violations in Jammu & Kashmir: A Line on Fire’ held on 1 December 2017
#5407
Nepal Elections: Reading the Results
11 December 2017 Dr Pramod Jaiswal assesses the results of Nepal's recently held provincial and federal elections and the potential near and long-term implications for Nepal and India 
#5406
Zimbabwe: Political Solutions to Legal Questions Undermine the Rule of Law
11 December 2017 Phephelaphi Dube assesses the impact of the recent political changes in Zimbabwe for rule of law in the country and reflects on ongoing developments in South Africa
#5405
The Neglected Dimension of Iran’s Opposition to Iraqi Kurdistan's Independence
6 December 2017 Pieter-Jan Dockx argues that Iran's opposition to Iraqi Kurdistan stems less from the Kurdish issue in its own territory and more from the Iraqi Kurds' relationship with Israel
#5404
East Asia Compass Denial and Provocation: Failure of US' North Korea Policy
5 December 2017 Dr Sandip Kumar Mishra argues that Trump's policy is detrimental to security because it has allowed huge North Korean nuclear and missile advancements in a short span of time
#5403
IPCS Series on Evolving Discourses of Security in International Politics Investigating Crises in South Asia
4 December 2017

Report of the discussion on Investigating Crises in South Asia held on 24 November 2017

#5402
Dateline Colombo Changing Political Horizons in Sri Lanka?
4 December 2017 Asanga Abeyagoonasekera reflects on Sri Lanka's political culture ahead of local and provincial elections in the country
#5401
IPCS Discussion How the BJP Wins: Inside India’s Greatest Election Machine
1 December 2017
Report of a discussion of Prashant Jha’s latest book: ‘How the BJP Wins: Inside India’s Greatest Election Machine’, held on 24 November 2017. 
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