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#12, December 2007
The Sikh Diaspora and the Quest for Khalistan
Simrat Dhillon
#11, December 2007
National Refugee Law for India
#10, August 2007
Shia and Iranian Ascendance: Sunni and American Perceptions
Srinjoy Bose
#9, June 2007
Cricket and Indian National Consciousness
Emily Crick
#8, April 2007
The Iran-Pakistan-India Pipeline
David Temple
#7, March 2007
Indo-French Defence Cooperation
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