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#88, December 2008
Fighting Terrorism: Strengthen and Modernize the State Police
D Suba Chandran
Deputy Director, IPCS, New Delhi
#87, December 2008
Sri Lanka: The War against Peace?
Mayank S Bubna
#86, December 2008
Bangladesh: Forthcoming Elections
Sandeep Bhardwaj
Research Officer, IPCS
#85, October 2008
Violence in Assam Battle for the Bodo Heartland
Bibhu Prasad Routray
Research Fellow, Institute for Conflict Management, New Delhi
#84, October 2008
Losing Ground: Pak Army Strategy in FATA & NWFP
Gurmeet Kanwal
Director, Centre for Land Warfare Studies (CLAWS)
#83, September 2008
“I have a dream for Pakistan”: A Critique of Zardari’s Plan
D Suba Chandran
Deputy Director, IPCS, New Delhi
#82, August 2008
Afghan Cauldron Achieving India’s Interests
Raghav Sharma
Research Intern, IPCS
#81, August 2008
Arabization: Changing Face of Islam in Asia
Baladas Ghoshal
Visiting Senior Fellow, Centre for Policy Research, New Delhi
#80, August 2008
Towards a New Asian Architecture India and Ideology
Jabin T Jacob
Research Fellow Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies
#79, August 2008
Impeaching Musharraf: Issues and Questions
D Suba Chandran
Deputy Director, IPCS, New Delhi
#78, July 2008
South Asian Union: Divided We Stand
Abhishek Raman
Research Intern, IPCS
#77, July 2008
India’s Myanmar Policy: An Alternative Roadmap
Ann Koppuzha
Research Intern, IPCS
#76, July 2008
Thinking Outside the Box: A New Approach to Burma
Baladas Ghoshal
Centre for Policy Research and Academy of Third World Studies
#75, July 2008
Failing and Failed States: The Global Discourse
Sonali Huria
Research Officer, IPCS
#74, June 2008
Asia-Pacific Community: Options and Opportunities for India
Vibhanshu Shekhar
Research Fellow Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies
#73, June 2008
Nathu La: Bridging the Himalayas
Satyajit Mohanty
Indian Revenue Service
#72, June 2008
Pakistan’s Economy: Pangs of Political Instability
D Suba Chandran
#71, June 2008
War by Other Means: Attacks on Embassies and Foreign Nationals
Sonali Huria
#70, June 2008
Asia’s Economic Transformation: India’s Role in an Emerging International Order
Director, IPCS
#69, May 2008
A Reformed Military Junta in Myanmar: In India’s Strategic Interests
Julien Levesque
Research Intern, IPCS
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