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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.
#87, December 2009
Af-Pak: A Strategic Opportunity for South Asia?
Ali Ahmed
e-mail: aliahd66@hotmail.com
#86, October 2009
The Dragon on Safari: China’s Africa Policy
Lt. Col JS Kohli
#85, October 2009
India’s Look East Policy: A Critical Assessment
Interview with Amb. Rajiv Sikri
#84, September 2009
Suicide Terrorism in Pakistan: An Assessment
Jeremie Lanche
#83, September 2009
India-ASEAN FTA: The Road Ahead
Conference Report
#82, September 2009
How Prepared Are We?: India and the Challenge of Nuclear Terror
Sitakanta Mishra
#81, August 2009
From Bomb to the Base Camp: Global Nuclear Disarmament and the Ensuing Debate
Interview with Dr. Scott Sagan
Rekha Chakravarthi & Yogesh Joshi
#80, August 2009
Pokharan-I: Personal Recollections
PR Chari
Research Professor, IPCS
#78, July 2009
Indo-German Relations: Achievements and Challenges in the 21st Century
Marian Gallenkamp
Research Intern, IPCS
#77, July 2009
Af-PakStrategy: A Survey of Literature
Aparajita Kashyap
Research Intern, IPCS, New Delhi
#76, June 2009
Maritime Issues in South China Sea: A Survey of Literature
Harnit Kang
Research Assistant, Southeast Asia Research Programme (SEARP), IPCS
#75, June 2009
India-ASEAN Free Trade Agreement: A Survey of Literature
Tuli Sinha
Research Assistant, Southeast Asia Research Programme (SEARP), IPCS
#74, June 2009
Recent Developments in North Korea
PR Chari
#73, June 2009
India and the Impending FMCT
Interview with Prof R. Rajaraman
Rekha Chakravarthi & Yogesh Joshi
#72, May 2009
India-ASEAN Relations: Analysing Regional Implications
Mohit Anand
#71, May 2009
Terrorism and Armed Violence in India: An Analysis of Events in 2008
Devyani Srivastava
Research Officer, IPCS
#70, April 2009
Bangladesh: The BDR Mutiny
Sandeep Bhardwaj
#69, April 2009
India and Afghanistan: Charting a Future
Raghav Sharma
Research Officer, IPCS
#68, March 2009
Swat: A Chronology since 2006
Urvashi J Kumar
Research Officer, IPCS
#67, March 2009
Failed States & Foreign Military Intervention: The Afghanistan Imbroglio
Sonali Huria
Research Officer, IPCS
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