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#314 Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh: Building Peace and Countering Radicalization - Release of the IPCS Workshop Report
9 March 2010
#313 India-Bangladesh Relations
17 February 2010
#312 Towards the 2010 NPT Review Conference
19 January 2010
#311 Democracy in Bhutan
19 January 2010
#310 India-China Military Balance
14 January 2010
#309 Book Discussion - Armed Conflicts in South Asia 2009
7 January 2010
#308 Worldviews of India as a Global Power
4 January 2010
#307 Af-Pak: The Road Ahead
24 December 2009
#306 Indo-US Relations
21 December 2009
#305 Current Situation in Sri Lanka
6 November 2009
#304 Chasing the Dragon: Will India Catch up with China?
27 October 2009
#303 Conflict Resolution and Peace Building Debriefing of an Indo-Pak Track II Dialogue held in Bangkok on 8-9 October 2009
20 October 2009
#302 Sino-India Relations and Confidence Building
14 October 2009
#301 Current Developments in Jammu and Kashmir
9 October 2009
#300 Paving The Way To Political Stability: A Critical Analysis of UNMIT’S Progress
2 September 2009
#299 After Baitullah Mehsud: What Next?
13 August 2009
#298 The Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty: Prospects for Ratification in the Remaining Annex 2 States
28 July 2009
#297 Aspirations for a world free of nuclear weapons- German Perspectives
8 July 2009
#296 Emerging Trends in Malaysian Politics: Implications for the Region and India
7 July 2009
#295 The North Korean Nuclear and Missile Tests: Implications for India
12 June 2009

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