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#113, December 2011
South China Sea: Opportunity or Liability?
Bhavna Singh & Panchali Saikia
#112, December 2011
Deadly Embrace: Recent Books on Pakistan
#111, December 2011
Conflict Resolution in Afghanistan: India as Catalyst
Ali Ahmed
#110, December 2011
Inside Southeast Asia - First Annual Conference
Southeast Asia Research Programme (SEARP)
#109, August 2011
China-Pakistan Nuclear Alliance:An Analysis
Siddharth Ramana
#108, July 2011
Communist Party of China @ 90
#107, June 2011
Understanding the Gujjar-Pahri Faultline in J&K: A Pahri Perspective
KD Maini
#106, June 2011
Understanding the Gujjar-Pahri Faultline in J&K: A Gujjar Perspective
Zafar Choudhary
#105, June 2011
Elections to the Tibetan Government-in-Exile 2011:A Paradigm Shift?
Bhavna Singh
#104, June 2011
After Osama: Pakistan’s Relations with the US, China & India
Samarjit Ghosh , Aditi Malhotra , and Rohit Singh
#102, May 2011
18th ASEAN Summit: A Critique
#101, May 2011
Security Net: Nuclear Risk Reduction in Southern Asia
Lydia Walker & Annie Siris Coombs
#100, May 2011
ASEAN and India: A Perspective from Indonesia
Address by H.E. Lt. Gen. (Retd) Andi M. Ghalib
Ambassador of the Republic of Indonesia
#99, March 2011
“General Musharraf’s four point formula can provide an effective roadmap in Kashmir”: An Interview with Prof Abdul Ghani Bhat
Nadir Ali
Research Assistant, IPCS
#98, February 2011
India’s Strategic Interests in Myanmar: An Interview with Shyam Saran
Medha Chaturvedi
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