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India's Draft Nuclear Doctrine
31 August 1999
   

   
   
 
Dealing with Japan and China
13 August 1999
   

   
   
 
Dealing with Pakistan
13 August 1999
   

   
   
 
Kargil and Beyond
29 July 1999
   

   
   
 
Science and Social Responsibility in the New Millennium
28 July 1999
   

   
   
 
3rd IPCS Round Table discussion on the Kargil Crisis
15 July 1999
   

   
   
 
2nd IPCS Round Table discussion on the Kargil Crisis
7 July 1999
   

   
   
 
IPCS Round Table discussion on the Kargil Crisis
1 July 1999
   

   
   
 
The Lahore Declaration
16 March 1999
   

   
   
 
Nuclear Situation in South Asia; Interaction with the United States
25 February 1999
   

   
   
 
Integration of Defence Apparatus
30 January 1999
   

   
   
 
Nuclear Deterrence in South Asia: Strategic Considerations Reconsidered
12 January 1999
   

   
   
 
India's Relations with China: Post Pokhran-II
12 January 1999
   

   
   
 
India's Relations with Japan: Post Pokhran-II
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India's Relations with USA: Post Pokhran-II
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Six months after Pokhran-II: Where do we go from here?
7 January 1999
   

   
   
 
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