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#274 China's Peaceful Rise: Foreign Policy or Expansionist Strategy?
18 December 2008
#273 China Factor in India-ASEAN Relations
15 December 2008
#272 The Shanghai Cooperation Organization
10 December 2008
#271 Mumbai Attacks
4 December 2008
#270 Nepal's Security and Strategic Prospects
9 November 2008
#269 China's Security Policy
9 November 2008
#268 India-Sri Lanka Relations in the Context of the SAARC Summit
5 November 2008
#267 Emerging Situation in Nepal and Implications for India
2 October 2008
#266 Indo-US Nuclear Deal at the Nuclear Suppliers Group
17 September 2008
#265 A Trip Report on Pakistan
4 September 2008
#264 Structural Roots of Authoritarianism in Pakistan
20 August 2008
#263 Recent Terror Blasts in India: How Should We Respond?
17 August 2008
#262 IDPs: Need for a National Legal Framework in Sri Lanka
11 August 2008
#261 Indo-US Nuclear Deal: Where Do We Go From Here?
31 July 2008
#260 Environmental Dimensions of Conflict and Disaster
10 June 2008
#259 Armed Conflicts in South Asia,Armed Conflicts Issues in South Asia,Studies on South Asia Armed Conflict,Articles South Asia Armed Conflicts,IPCS
3 June 2008
#258 Indo-Pak Nuclear Tests: Ten Years After
3 June 2008
#257 Northeast in India's Look East Policy
6 May 2008
#256 Current Situation in Nepal and Options for India
10 April 2008
#255 A Harmonious Resolution of the Tibetan Question
10 April 2008

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