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#254 Pakistan Elections 2008: Implications for Pakistan and India
1 April 2008
#253 Stakes for India, China, and Thailand in a Stable Burma
30 March 2008
#252 Four Crises and a Peace Process: American Engagement in South Asia
17 March 2008
#251 Concepts of Left-wing Extremism
4 March 2008
#250 Failed and Failing States in India's Neighbourhood and its Impact on National Security
4 March 2008
#249 Kosovo's Independence: Regional and Global Implications
26 February 2008
#248 National Security Problems in the Middle East and the Prospects for Peace
9 February 2008
#247 Recognition of Kosovo's Unilateral Secession: A Dangerous Precedent
14 January 2008
#246 Sri Lanka: The Way Ahead
31 December 2007
#245 China and India Rising
30 December 2007
#244 Ethnic Nationalities and the Myanmar Question
12 December 2007
#243 Japan-India Partnership in the Era of Asian Regional Integration
28 November 2007
#242 Nuclear Shocks and Trends in South Asia
23 November 2007
#241 Dynamics of Politics in Pakistan - Current Developments
31 October 2007
#240 Afghanistan - Recent Developments
29 October 2007
#239 Non-Traditional Security and International Cooperation between China and India
10 October 2007
#238 Combating International Terrorism
1 October 2007
#237 India-Myanmar Relations
1 October 2007
#236 Imperiled Frontiers: Security Scenario in Northeast India
27 September 2007
#235 India-Southeast Asia Relations
29 August 2007
 
 
 

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