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#135, December 2009
Gulf of Aden vs Malacca Strait: Piracy and Counter-piracy efforts
Harnit Kang
Research Officer, IPCS, New Delhi
#134, December 2009
China-Myanmar Energy Engagements: Challenges and Opportunities for India
Tuli Sinha
Research Officer, IPCS, New Delhi
#133, October 2009
Resolving Southeast Asian Territorial Disputes: A Role for the ICJ
Anna Louise Strachan
Research Intern, IPCS, New Delhi
#132, October 2009
Two Decades of Indo-Pak CBMs: A Critique from India
Samarjit Ghosh
#131, October 2009
Expanding Cross-LoC Interactions: Perspectives from India
D Suba Chandran
#130, October 2009
Expanding Cross-LoC Interactions: Perspectives from Pakistan
Shaheen Akhtar
#129, October 2009
Harnessing the Indus Waters: Perspectives from India
D Suba Chandran
Deputy Director, IPCS
#127, October 2009
India-Pakistan Joint Investigation: A Zero Sum Game?
Mallika Joseph
Deputy Director, IPCS
#128, September 2009
Harnessing the Indus Waters: Perspectives from Pakistan
Nausheen Wasi
Lecturer, University of Karachi
#126, September 2009
Indo-Pak Joint Anti-Terror Mechanims: Perspectives from Pakistan
Shabana Fayaz
LectureQuaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad
#125, September 2009
Resolving Siachen: Perspectives from India
Brig (Retd) Gurmeet Kanwal
Director, Centre for Land Warfare Studies (CLAWS), New Delhi
#124, September 2009
Resolving Siachen: Perspectives from Pakistan
Brig (Retd) Asad Hakeem
Islamabad
#123, September 2009
Afghanistan: Evolving an Indo-Pak Strategy: Perspectives from Pakistan
Salma Malik
Lecturer, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad
#122, September 2009
Enhancing Indo-Pak Trade: Perspectives from Pakistan
Nabiha Gul
Lecturer, University of Karachi
#121, September 2009
Terrorism, Religious Radicalism and Violence: Perspectives from Pakistan
Arshi Saleem Hashmi
Senior Research Analyst, Institute of Regional Studies, Islamabad
#120, September 2009
Terrorism, Religious Radicalism and Violence: Perspectives from India
Devyani Srivastava
#119, September 2009
Enhancing Indo-Pak Trade: Perspectives from India
Pia Malhotra
Former Research Intern, IPCS, New Delhi
#118, September 2009
Evolving an Indo-Pak Strategy in Afghanistan: Perspectives from India
Raghav Sharma
Research Officer, IPCS
#117, September 2009
Sino-Indian Border Skirmishes: Towards a Limited Confrontation?
Iskander Rehman
#116, September 2009
India-ASEAN FTA: A Critique
Amita Batra
Associate Professor, School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi
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