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Seminar Reports
#355 Iran Today: Military and Nuclear Capabilities
30 April 2013
#354 Book Discussion: Military Confidence-Building and India-China Relations
9 April 2013
#353 North Korea: Nuclear Flashpoints & Regional Perspectives
26 April 2013
#352 China & its Internal Periphery
1 March 2013
#351 Ladakh 2013 - Economy, Society, Governance & Politics- New Issues, Young Voices
1 February 2013
#350
Sino-Indian and Sino-South Korean Relations: Compulsions, Comparisons and Contrasts
22 November 2012
#349 North Korea’s Stability and Regional Security: China's Role
15 November 2012
#348 Indo-Pak Dispute: Will it Last for Hundred Years?
12 October 2012
#347 Pivoting or Rebalancing?: Understanding American Strategy towards the Asia-Pacific
28 September 2012
#346 Conflict Alert: Ethnic Fault Lines in Assam
6 September 2012
#345 Release of IPCS Task Force Reports
27 July 2012
#344 The Rohingya Crisis in Myanmar: Implications for National Reconstruction, Regional and Human Security
22 June 2012
#343 Book Discussion: Looking Back into History
11 June 2012
#342 Panel Discussion: Sino-Indian Economic Dialogue
18 May 2012
#341 Water Conflicts in South Asia
15 May 2012
#339 IPCS Book Release
25 April 2012
#338 Deconstructing China’s “Assertiveness”: A Psychological Science Perspective
22 February 2012
#337 Nepal: Internal Challenges and External Influences
16 September 2011
#336 Pakistan's Strategic Future
26 April 2011
#335 India-Pakistan-China Nuclear Trilateral Dialogue
18 April 2011
 
 
 

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