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#375 China's Continental Strategy Over the Next Twenty Years
3 September 2015
#374 J&K: An Agenda for the New Government
11 July 2014
#373 Afghanistan and Regional Security: After Elections
8 July 2014
#372 Contemporary Developments in Syria and Iraq: Implications and Policy Options for India
1 July 2014
#371 China and US in the Indian Ocean
23 May 2014
#370 Iran Nuclear Deal
2 December 2013
#369 Nepal Elections 2013: Return of NC and UML & The Fall of Maoists and Madhes Parties
2 December 2013
#368 Sri Lanka & Maldives: Internal Politics, External Relations and India's Interests
8 November 2013


#367 Peace Audit Nepal: Elections, Constitution Building and Internal Politics
22 October 2013
#366 China, Japan and South Korea: Emerging Security Architecture in East Asia
2 August 2013
#365 Bhutan Elections 2013
26 July 2013
#364 IPCS Ambassador Lecture Series
5 July 2013
#363 The Kachin and Rohingya Conflicts in Myanmar
14 June 2013
#362 India and Pakistan: 15 Years After the Nuclear Tests
11 June 2013


#361 Pakistan Elections 2013:
Election Results, Provincial Assemblies, Internal Stability and External Challenges
An indepth analysis
31 May 2013
#360 Malaysia: Election 2013
17 May 2013
#359 China & its External Periphery
8 April 2013
#358 Deciphering China's Endgame: Defence White Paper, Intrusion in Ladakh and Indian Response
10 May 2013
#357 Naya Nepal: Economy, Society, Culture, Governance, Democracy and Politics: Contemporary Issues, Young Voices
7 May 2013
#356 Indonesia 2013: Society, Politics, Governance and Security
3 May 2013
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