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#15, December 2003
Constitutional Crisis and the Peace Process in Sri Lanka
N Manoharan
Director & Research Officer, IPCS
#14, November 2003
Madrassas in India
Aisha Sultanat
Research Officer, IPCS
#13, September 2003
New Indian Initiatives in Kashmir
D Suba Chandran
Assistant Director, IPCS
#12, September 2003
Deadlock at Cancun: A New Beginning
Prafulla Ketkar
Research Officer, IPCS
#11, September 2003
Madrassas in Pakistan
D Suba Chandran
Assiatant Director, IPCS
#10, September 2003
Redefining the Non-Proliferation Norm
PR Chari
Director, IPCS
#9, August 2003
Sectarian Violence in Pakistan
D Suba Chandran
Ford Fellow, ACDIS
#8, May 2003
Precision Guided Munitions and Reduced Collateral Damage
Prashant Dikshit
Deputy Director, IPCS
#7, May 2003
Preemptive Strike: Will it Secure Indian Interests?
D Suba Chandran
Research Officer, IPCS
#6, April 2003
War on Iraq: Implications for Pakistan
D Suba Chandran
Research Officer, IPCS
#4, January 2003
Peace Process in Sri Lanka
N Manoharan
Research Officer, IPCS
#2, January 2003
The North Korean Bomb
Arpit Rajain
Research Officer, IPCS
#1, January 2003
Impending Elections in Pakistan
PR Chari
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