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#243, December 2013
Inside China: Third Party Plenum, November 2013
Jayadeva Ranade
#242, November 2013
The Russian Pivot to Asia Pacific
Baladas Ghoshal
#240, September 2013
Contemporary Ladakh: Partition and Economy of a Border Village - Turtuk
Konchak Pladan
#239, September 2013
Contemporary Ladakh: Facebook, Twitter & the Social Transformation in Kargil
Gulzar Hussain
#241, August 2013
India & China: Looking Beyond Border Incursions & Li Keqiang's Visit
Jayadeva Ranade
Distinguished Fellow, IPCS & Member, NSAB
#238, August 2013
Contemporary Ladakh: Culture, Commodification and Tourism
Tashi Lundup
#237, August 2013
Contemporary Ladakh: A Subtle Yet Strong Patriarchy
Chimat Ladol
#236, August 2013
Contemporary Ladakh: Evolving Indigenous & Quality Education
Samina Rehman
#235, August 2013
Contemporary Ladakh: Identifying the “Other” in Buddhist-Muslim Transformative Relations
Sumera Shafi
#234, August 2013
Contemporary Ladakh: Communal Divide in Kargil & Leh
Fayaz Hussain
#233, August 2013
China and its Peripheries: Limited Objectives in Bhutan
Tilak Jha
#232, August 2013
China and its Peripheries: Securing Nepal in South Asia
Jigme Yeshe Lama
#231, August 2013
China and its Peripheries: Contentious Relations with North Korea
Ranjit Kumar Dhawan
#230, August 2013
Pakistan’s Internal Security Challenges: Will The Military Cope?
Gurmeet Kanwal
#229, July 2013
Destruction of the First Temple: Securing the Idea of Indian Nation
Vice Admiral (retd) Vijay Shankar
#228, July 2013
Upper House Elections & Political Stability in Japan: Abe’s Next Steps
Rajaram Panda
#227, July 2013
Zero Option & Afghan Stability: Karzai, Obama and the High Stakes in Afghanistan
D Suba Chandran
#226, June 2013
Social Media: Sri Lanka's New War Zone
J Jeganaathan
#225, June 2013
Governance and Domestic Politics in Indonesia: Contemporary Challenges & Achievements
Navrekha Sharma
#224, June 2013
Cracks in Muslim Democracy Model: Radicalization in Contemporary Indonesia
Vibhanshu Shekhar
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