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Special Reports are 3,000-4,500 words in length and examine in-depth,issues that come under the Institute's key focus areas.
#62, December 2008
Indo-US Nuclear Deal: Implications for India and the Global Nuclear Regime
Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
#61, December 2008
Behind the NSG and Six Party Talks: Chinese Strategic Interests
Hayoun Ryou
#60, November 2008
Beyond the Borders: Attracting Tourists from Southeast Asia
Pranav Kumar
#59, October 2008
Lotus & the Dragon: BJP's China Policy
Vijay Vikram
#58, September 2008
Even Skies are not a Limit: India-ASEAN Cooperation in Aviation Sector
Yogendra Singh
#57, July 2008
India-Vietnam Economic Relations: Opportunities and Challenges
Pranav Kumar
#56, July 2008
Sam Manekshaw: India's Finest Hour
PR Chari
#55, June 2008
Suicide Terrorism (Jul-Dec 2007): A Review
Kanica Rakhra
#54, June 2008
Terrorism in India (Jan-Mar 2008): A Review
Devyani Srivastava
#53, June 2008
Indo-Pak Composite Dialogue: An Update
Sameer Suryakant Patil
#52, March 2008
India & Russia: Revisiting Defence Relations
Prashant Dikshit
#51, March 2008
Afghan-Pak Joint Peace Jirga
Mariam Safi
#50, February 2008
Linking SouthEast Asia & India
Anushree Bhattacharya
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