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#32, October 2006
Balochistan A Backgrounder
Priyashree Andley
Research Officer, IPCS
#31, October 2006
Bioterrorism and US Policy Responses
Alex Stolar
#30, September 2006
China-Pakistan Economic Relations
Atul Kumar
#29, July 2006
Indo-US Nuclear Deal:Stumbling Blocks or Stepping Stones?
Alex Stolar
Research Intern, IPCS
#28, July 2006
Major Terrorist Attacks in Jammu & Kashmir (January July 2006): A Profile
Priyashree Andley
#27, July 2006
Major Terrorist Attacks in India (2000-2006): A Profile
Samrat Sinha
#26, June 2006
China-Pakistan Relations: Recent Developments
Urvashi Aneja
#25, June 2006
Left Extremism in India
Rajat Kumar Kujur
#24, June 2006
JAMMU & KASHMIR: Suicide & Suicidal Attacks - A Chronology (2004-2005)
Rekha Chakravarthi
#23, June 2006
ARJUN: India's Main Battle Tank (MBT)
Mallika Joseph
#22, May 2006
Crisis in Nepal: Recent Developments
PG Rajamohan
#21, May 2006
ULFA & The Peace Process in Assam
Arup Kumar Deka
#20, May 2006
Iran's Nuclear Programme & Policy: A Report
Beryl Anand
#19, May 2006
Indo-US Relations: Recent Developments
L Venkateshwaran
#18, May 2006
Sino-Indian Relations: Recent Developements
#17, April 2006
Promoting Strategic and Missile Stability in Southern Asia
#16, April 2006
Bangladesh: Recent Developments
Rukmani Gupta
#15, March 2006
Separation Plan of Civilian and Military Nuclear Facilities
KS Manjunath & L Venkateshwaran
#14, February 2006
Indo-US Nuclear Deal: The China Factor
Jabin T Jacob
#13, February 2006
India's Credible Minimum Deterrence: A Report
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