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#27, December 2004
Agitations in Manipur
Bidhan S Laishram
#26, December 2004
The Crisis in Nepal
Nishchal N Pandey
#25, August 2004
Naga Peace Talks: Can Delhi Convert the Truce into a Deal?
Wasbir Hussain
Consulting Editor, The Sentinel, Guwahati & Associate Fellow, Institute for Conflict management, New Delhi
#24, July 2004
Nuclear CBMs Between India and Pakistan
PR Chari
Research Professor, IPCS
#23, June 2004
War in Waziristan: Implications for Pakistan and India
D Suba Chandran
Assistant Director, IPCS
#22, May 2004
Nuclear CBMs: What Is Possible?
PR Chari
Research Professor, IPCS
#21, April 2004
The 10th National People's Congress of the Peoples Republic of China
Jabin T Jacob
Research Officer, IPCS
#20, April 2004
The Crisis in Nepal: Implications for India
Director, IPCS
#19, February 2004
T-90S “Bhishma”
Mallika Joseph
Asst Director, IPCS
#18, January 2004
Bhutan’s “Operation All Clear”: Implications for insurgency and security cooperation
Dipankar Banerjee & Bidhan S Laishram
Director & Research Officer, IPCS
#17, January 2004
Military Operations in South Waziristan: Issues and Implications
D Suba Chandran
Assistant Director, IPCS
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