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#49, November 2007
Indo-Japan Relations
Conference Report
#48, November 2007
Revival of Nalanda University: Key Players and their Soft Power Diplomacy
Jabin T Jacob , Siddharth Ramana
#47, August 2007
Madrasas in Bangladesh
Tiffany Ellis
#46, July 2007
India Thailand Relations
Yogendra Singh
#45, July 2007
Energy Politics: India-Bangladesh-Myanmar Relations
Srinjoy Bose
#44, June 2007
Child Soldiers in Afghanistan
#43, June 2007
India-Philippines Relations
Vibhanshu Shekhar
#42, June 2007
India-Malaysia Relations
#41, June 2007
India-Singapore Relations: An Overview
Vibhanshu Shekhar
#40, April 2007
India-Vietnam Relations: The Road Ahead
#39, March 2007
India-ASEAN Relations: An Overview
Vibhanshu Shekhar
#38, March 2007
India-Indonesia Relations: An Overview
Vibhanshu Shekhar
#37, March 2007
India's Myanmar Policy: A Dilemma between Realism and Idealism
Yogendra Singh
#36, March 2007
Third Composite Dialogue: An Overview of Indo-Pak Relations in 2006
Priyashree Andley
#35, March 2007
Bangladesh in 2006: Teetering Political Edifice and Democracy
Supriya Singh
#34, February 2007
China's ASAT Test
PR Chari
Research Professor, IPCS
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