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#179, December 2011
India’s Credible Minimum Deterrence: A Decade Later
Tanvi Kulkarni and Alankrita Sinha
#178, December 2011
Sri Lanka and the Peace Makers: A Story of Norway and India
MR Narayan Swamy
#177, November 2011
Sino-Indian Economic Strategic Dialogue: Beyond the Beijing Round
Bhartendu Kumar Singh
#176, October 2011
Linking with Southeast Asia: Developing Northeast India’s Tourism Potential
Ruhee Neog
#175, October 2011
Linking India’s Northeast with Southeast Asia: Significance of Internal Connectivity & Backward Integration
Panchali Saikia
#174, September 2011
China’s New Development Strategy: Emphasizing Domestic Consumption, Human Resources and R&D
Jayadeva Ranade
Former Additional Secretary in the Cabinet Secretariat, Government of India
#173, September 2011
Technology and Nuclear Proliferation: The Problem from Laser Enrichment
PR Chari
#172, September 2011
Defence Reforms and National Security: Managing Threats and Challenges to India
Gurmeet Kanwal
#171, August 2011
Election in Thailand: Inherent Contradictions, Regional Divide and the Road Ahead
Prof. Baladas Ghoshal
#170, August 2011
The Nuclear Debate in Japan: Are there alternatives?
Rajaram Panda
#169, July 2011
Defining India’s Security: Looking Beyond Limited War and Cold Start Strategies
PR Chari
#168, July 2011
Preventing Terror Attacks: Role of Human & Technical Intelligence in India
Radha Vinod Raju
#167, June 2011
The African Safari: Understanding the Sino-Indian Competition in Africa
Prof. Baladas Ghoshal
Distinguished Fellow, IPCS
#166, May 2011
The Discontent in West Asia: Implications for India
Prof. Anwar Alam
Director, Centre for West Asian Studies, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi
#165, March 2011
Alternative Strategies for India towards Tibet: Between Assertion and Measured Silence
Bhavna Singh
#164, March 2011
From CTBT to FMCT: The Nuclear Debate in India
PR Chari
#163, March 2011
Alternative Strategies towards Myanmar: Revising India’s Look-east Policy
Medha Chaturvedi
#162, February 2011
Alternative Strategies towards China: Charting India’s Course for the Next Decade
Jabin T Jacob
#161, January 2011
Alternative Regional Strategy for India: A Charm Offensive to Win the Hearts and Minds
D Suba Chandran
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