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IPCS Briefing for the US Air Force School for Advanced Nuclear Deterrence Studies
22 March 2017
2017 Indian Assembly Elections: How did the States Vote?
21 March 2017 , 1630-1800 hrs
Date & Time: Tuesday, 21 March 2017, at 1630-1800 hrs
Venue: IPCS Conference Room
Evolving Discourses of Security in International Politics: Diplomacy and the Politics of Language
15 March 2017 , 1530-1700 hrs
Date & Time: Wednesday, 15 March 2017, at 1530-1700 hrs
Venue: IPCS Conference Room
Indian and Chinese Energy Policies: Addressing Energy Needs and Climate Change
22 February 2017 , 1130-1300 hrs
Date & Time: Wednesday, 22 February 2017, at 1130-1300 hrs
Venue: Room No 128, School of International Studies- II, JNU
A Year in Transition: Assessing Democracy in Myanmar
7 February 2017 , 1100-1300 hrs

Date & Time: Tuesday, 07 February 2017, at 1130-1300 hrs
Venue: IPCS Conference Room, 18 Link Road, Jangpura Extension, New Delhi

Faith, Unity, Discipline: The ISI of Pakistan
18 January 2017 , 1130-1300 Hrs

Chair: Dr TCA Raghavan, former Indian High Commissioner to Pakistan

Speaker: Dr Hein Kiessling, historian and political scientist

Date & Time: Wednesday, 18 January 2017, at 1130-1300 hrs

Venue: IPCS Conference Room, 18 Link Road, Jangpura Extension, New Delhi

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