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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.
#97, September 2010
India-Bangladesh Relations: Issues, Problems and Recent Developments
Piyali Dutta
#96, August 2010
Ethnicity, Separatism and Terrorism in Xinjiang: China's Triple Conundrum
Bhavna Singh
#95, July 2010
Water Issues between Nepal, India & Bangladesh: A Review of Literature
Pia Malhotra
#94, July 2010
Pakistan & Afghanistan: Understanding Islamabadís Objectives and Strategies
Sripathi Naryanan
#93, July 2010
Obamaís Afghanistan Policy: A Review of Literature
Debalina Chatterjee
#92, June 2010
The Faisal Shahzad Story: Insights, Lessons and Implications
Ishita Mattoo
#91, June 2010
Sino-Indian Relations: Sixty Years of Experience and Enlightenment
Amb. Cheng Ruisheng
#90, May 2010
The Nuclear Safety Culture in India: Past, Present and Future
Chaitanya Ravi
#89, April 2010
Countering the Naxalites: Deploying the Armed Forces
PR Chari
Research Professor, IPCS
#88, March 2010
Southeast Asia in the 2010íS: Opportunities and Challenges for India
Tuli Sinha and Harnit Kaur Kang
Research Officers, SEARP, IPCS, New Delhi
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