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#40, November 2006
Sustaining the Peace Process in Assam
Wasbir Hussain
Director, Centre for Development and Peace Studies, Guwahati & Member, National Security Advisory Board (NSAB). (Views expressed are authorís own.)
#39, October 2006
Indo-US Strategic Partnership: Are We There Yet?
Lalit Mansingh
Ambassador Mansingh is currently an Executive Committee Member, IPCS. He was earlier Indiaís Foreign Secretary and Indian Ambassador to the US.
#38, September 2006
Akbar Bugti and After: Implications for Balochistan and Pakistan
D Suba Chandran
Assistant Director, IPCS
#37, September 2006
Peace Agreement in Waziristan: New Beginning or a False Dawn?
D Suba Chandran
Assistant Director, IPCS
#36, March 2006
Parsing the Separation Plan: The Indo-US Subsidiary Deal
PR Chari
Research Professor, IPCS
#35, January 2006
War Clouds Over Sri Lanka: An Analysis of Prabhakaran and Pottu Amman's Heroes' Day Speeches
Radha vinod Raju
Former Deputy Inspector General of Police, Special Investigation Team (SIT), CBI, which investigated Rajiv Gandhi's assassination
#34, January 2006
Experts' Letter to the US Congress: A Response
Reshmi Kazi
Research Officer, IPCS
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