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#57, December 2007
Talking to ‘Moderate’ Taliban
Mariam Safi
Research Intern, IPCS
#56, November 2007
ASEAN Summit 2007: Setting India’s Agenda
Vibhanshu Shekhar
Research Fellow Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies
#55, October 2007
Indian Border Security: Poor Management in Evidence
Gurmeet Kanwal
Additional Director, Centre for Land Warfare Studies
#54, October 2007
Some New Thoughts on India’s Look East Policy
Baladas Ghoshal
Senior Research Fellow, Centre for Policy Research
#53, September 2007
Indian Fishermen Catch Gunfire: Maritime Dilemmas Pestering Indo-Sri Lanka Relations
Brian Orland
Research Intern, IPCS
#52, September 2007
Joint Naval Exercises: A Post-Malabar-2007 Appraisal for India
Cdr. Gurpreet S Khurana
Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses
#51, September 2007
The Samurai and the Swami Rediscover Each Other
Chietigj Bajpaee
Research Associate, CSIS, Washington DC
#50, August 2007
India-Sri Lanka Accord: Does It Still Flicker?
MR Narayan Swamy
News Editor, IANS
#49, July 2007
Sino-Indian Ties: 20th Century Borders for Stable 21st Century Relations
Mohan Guruswamy
Chairman, Centre for Policy Alternatives
#48, July 2007
China’s New War Concepts for 21st Century Battlefields
Gurmeet Kanwal
Senior Fellow Centre for Air Power Studies
#47, June 2007
Indo-US Civilian Nuclear Cooperation: Reprocessing Issue Reconstructed
Manpreet Sethi
Senior Fellow Centre for Air Power Studies
#46, June 2007
Demilitarisation of the Siachen Conflict Zone: An Idea Whose Time Has Come
Gurmeet Kanwal
Senior Fellow Centre for Air Power Studies
#45, April 2007
Air Tigers’ Maiden Attack: Motives and Implications
N Manoharan
Senior Fellow, IPCS
#44, April 2007
Afghanistan: The Spring Offensive
Research Officer, IPCS
#43, January 2007
India-Japan Relations
Lalit Mansingh
Former Foreign Secretary
#42, January 2007
Indo-US Nuclear Deal: Unending Drama in Many Acts
PR Chari
Research Professor, IPCS
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