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#160, December 2010
India-China Relations: Negotiating a Balance
Maj. Gen. Dipankar Banerjee
Director, IPCS
#159, December 2010
Pakistanís Stability: The Global Stakes
PR Chari
#158, December 2010
Fighting Corruption: How Serious is India?
Radha Vinod Raju
Former Director General, National Investigation Agency (NIA), India
#157, November 2010
Countering Terrorism: Role of Intelligence and Investigative Agencies
Radha Vinod Raju
Former Director General, National Investigation Agency (NIA), India
#156, October 2010
Is Pakistan Re-positioning itself in Kashmir?: Islamabadís Five Likely Strategies
D Suba Chandran
Deputy Director, IPCS
#155, September 2010
What Next after the All Party Delegation Visit?: A 3-C Strategy for Kashmir
D Suba Chandran
Deputy Director, IPCS
#154, September 2010
Between China, India and the Refugees: Understanding Bhutanís National Security Scenario
Marian Gallenkamp
Research Scholar, University of Heidelberg and Former Intern, IPCS
#153, August 2010
India and China: Towards a Competitive-Cooperative Relationship?
Baladas Ghoshal
Visiting Senior Fellow, East West Center, Honolulu, Hawaii
#152, May 2010
American Military Operations inside Pakistan: Will it help the US, Pakistan and India?
D Suba Chandran
Deputy Director, IPCS
#151, May 2010
Understanding the Transformation: Issues, Threats and Early Warnings in Ladakh
Tashi Morup
Freelance Journalist, Leh
#150, May 2010
The Fragile Regions of South Asia: Why States Fail in Parts?
D Suba Chandran
Deputy Director, IPCS
#149, May 2010
Understanding Religious Radicalization: Issues, Threats and Early Warnings in Kashmir Valley
Arjimand Hussain Talib
#148, May 2010
Rajouri and Poonch: Identifying Early Warning Signals and Addressing New Challenges
KD Maini
Editor, Peace Magazine, Poonch
#147, April 2010
Tourism as a CBM in J&K: Renewing Old Routes and Exploring New Areas in Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh
Mohammad Ashraf
Former Director, Department of Tourism, J&K
#146, April 2010
India-China Relations: Impressions from a Dialogue with Beijing
Arun Sahgal
Consultant, IPCS
#142, April 2010
Pir Panjal Regional Festival: Integrating the Isolated Border Districts in J&K & Building Peace from Below
D Suba Chandran
Deputy Director, IPCS, New Delhi
#145, March 2010
India and Maldives: Towards Consolidation
N Sathiya Moorthy
Director, Chennai Chapter, Observer Research Foundation (ORF)
#144, March 2010
India and Myanmar: Looking East through a Strategic Bridge
Harnit Kaur Kang
Research Officer (SEARP), IPCS, New Delhi
#143, March 2010
Reviving the Stilwell Road: Challenges and Opportunities for India
Tuli Sinha
Research Officer, IPCS, New Delhi
#141, February 2010
Meeting Maritime Challenges: Indian Navy Looks Skywards
Radhakrishna Rao
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