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#199, December 2012
Contemporary China: CCP, Army and the 18th Central Committee
Jayadeva Ranade
#198, October 2012
China & Japan: Tensions in East China Sea
Teshu Singh
#197, June 2012
Dual Use or Proliferation?: China’s Janus Face
Martin de Lavernée
#196, June 2012
Undermining Deterrence?: The Non State Actors and India’s Nuclear Doctrine
Tanvi Kulkarni and Alankrita Sinha
#195, May 2012
Iran and the Nuclear Conundrum: A War in Waiting?
J Jeganaathan
Research Officer, IPCS
#194, May 2012
Afghanistan & the International Community: Limitations of Engagement
Aryaman Bhatnagar
Research Officer, IPCS
#193, May 2012
Iran, International Community & Nuclear Weapons: The Multiple Narratives
Abhijit Iyer Mitra , Ruhee Neog and Tanvi Kulkarni
Research Offiicers, IPCS
#192, May 2012
The Crisis State: Pakistan’s Security Dilemma
D Suba Chandran
Director, IPCS
#191, May 2012
Afghanistan-Pakistan-Iran: Radical Islam, Nuclear Weapons and Regional Security
Rana Banerji
Distinguished Fellow, IPCS & Special Secretary (Retd), Cabinet Secretariat
#190, April 2012
North Korea’s Rocket Launch: Implications of the Fiasco
Rajaram Panda
#189, April 2012
Connecting South Asia: Experimenting with the Greater Mekong Sub-Regional Model
Panchali Saikia
#188, April 2012
Connecting South Asia: The Stilwell Road & Sub-Regional Networks
Ruhee Neog
#187, March 2012
Sino-Indian Strategic Economic Dialogue: Treading a Cautious Corridor
Bhavna Singh
#186, March 2012
Sino-Indian Strategic Dialogue: An Assessment
Maj Gen (Retd) Dhruv Katoch
#185, March 2012
Sino-Indian Economic Dialogue: Global Business Plan for an Asian Century
Ravi Bhoothalingam
#184, March 2012
Sino-Indian Strategic Economic Dialogue: An Analysis
Teshu Singh
#183, March 2012
Nathu La & the Sino-Indian Trade: Why the lull?
Namrata Hasija
#182, March 2012
Nathu La & the Sino-Indian Trade: Understanding the Sensitivities in Sikkim
Jayadeva Ranade
Distinguished Fellow, CAPS
#181, March 2012
National Counter Terrorism Centre for India: Understanding the Debate
PR Chari
#180, January 2012
Alternative Regional Strategy for India: Exploring Soft Power Options
J Jeganaathan
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