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#44, October 2012
INSIDE Myanmar: Reforms, Reconciliation, Social & Ethnic Divide
#43, June 2012
Second National Dialogue on the Naxal Problem: Mapping the Motivations and Local Support
#42, May 2012
Building Bridges: A Regional Dialogue
Panchali Saikia , Pradeepa Viswanathan and Ruhee Neog
#41, April 2012
Expanding Economic Activity along the Sino-Indian Border & Developing Infrastructure for Connectivity
Bhavna Singh
#40, April 2012
Sino-Indian Economic Dialogue: From Bilateral Trade to Strategic Partnership
Teshu Singh
#39, April 2012
Armed Conflicts in South Asia 2012 Sixth Annual Conference
Annapoorna Karthika , Aryaman Bhatnagar , Medha Chaturvedi , Panchali Saikia , Pradeepa Viswanathan , Priyanka Dutta Choudhury and Vasundhra Thakur
#38, March 2012
The Naxal Problem: Understanding the Issues, Challenges and Alternative Approaches
Aryaman Bhatnagar , Annapoorna Karthika , Anureet Rai , Amruta Karambelkar , Sanghita Datta and Medha Chaturvedi
#37, January 2012
Iran and Regional Security: Understanding Tehranís Predicaments, Objectives and Strategies
Anureet Rai , Pradeepa Viswanathan and Sanghita Dutta
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