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The post-election scenario in Pakistan and its implications for India and the United States
17 November 2002

Globalism, Regionalism and the War on Terror in South Asia
25 October 2002

Impending Elections in Pakistan
25 September 2002
Maoist insurgency in Nepal
12 September 2002

Forthcoming Elections in Jammu & Kashmir
2 September 2002

US and South Asia: Policy Continuities and Discontinuities Since 9/11
30 May 2002

Violence in Gujarat: A Firsthand Account
9 May 2002

Indo-US Relations: Past, Present and Future
10 April 2002

Nepal: The Road Ahead
7 February 2002

Pakistan President General Pervez Musharraf’s Speech of 12 January 2002
28 January 2002

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