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Conference Report
#24, October 2009
Conflict Resolution and Peace Building: An Indo-Pak Track II Dialogue
#23, October 2009
Review of the Shanghai Meeting and the Future Agenda
IPCS Panel Discussion Report
#22, September 2009
Debriefing the Trilateral India-China-Pakistan Strategic Dialogue: Towards a Stable Nuclear Order in Asia
Tara Sarin
#21, September 2009
Second Annual Workshop on Nuclear Disarmament and Regional Security
IPCS Workshop Report
#20, August 2009
Towards Nuclear Disarmament: The Case for No First Use and Project Base Camp
Sonali Huria and Yogesh Joshi
#19, June 2009
Towards the 2010 NPT RevCon
#18, June 2009
Indo-US Nuclear Deal: Seeking Synergy in Bilateralism
Book Discussion
Rapporteured by Sitakanta Mishra, Vidisha Shukla & Yogesh Joshi
#17, June 2009
Nuclear Policies of Japan and Australia: Implications for India
Rapporteured by Yogesh Joshi
#16, May 2009
Obama and Nuclear Disarmament: An Indian Critique
#15, April 2009
Armed Conflicts in South Asia, 2009
Edited by Rekha Chakravarthi
#14, February 2009
Radical Islam and Democracy: Indian and Southeast Asian Experiences
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