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#137, October 2012
Analyzing Failure: Pakistan and the Failed States Index
Lidia Leoni
#136, September 2012
Inside China 2012: Second Annual Conference
Narayani Basu
#135, September 2012
India-Iran Relations: Past, Present and Future
#134, August 2012
Malaysia: Majority Supremacy and Ethnic Tensions
Pranav Kumar
#133, August 2012
South China Sea: Everlasting Antagonisms
Harnit Kaur Kang
#132, August 2012
South China Sea: Emerging Security Architecture
Teshu Singh
#131, August 2012
Myanmar’s Ethnic Divide: The Parallel Struggle
Medha Chaturvedi
#130, August 2012
Myanmar: Pangs of Democratic Transition
Sampa Kundu
#129, August 2012
The Dispute over Prea Vihear: Seen Problems, Unseen Stakes
Panchali Saikia
#128, May 2012
IPCS Review: NTI Nuclear Materials Security Index
Tanvi Kulkarni et al
#127, May 2012
Australia and India in the Asian Century
Address by H.E. Peter Varghese AO
#125, May 2012
New Security Concept of China
Anil Kumar
#124, May 2012
Greater Tibet and Cultural Nationalism: Understanding the Responses to Chinese Policies
Jigme Yeshe Lama
#126, April 2012
India and the Rafale: Anatomy of a Bad Deal
Abhijit Iyer‐Mitra
Research Officer, IPCS
#123, April 2012
Media in China: An Irreversible Transition?
Gunjan Singh
#122, April 2012
Separatism in Xinjiang: Between Local Problems and International Jihad?
Bhavna Singh
Research Officer, IPCS
#121, April 2012
Demographic Dividend in China: The Challenge Ahead
Teshu Singh
#120, April 2012
Internet in China: An Emerging Society
Alpana Verma
#119, April 2012
Migrant Unrest in China: An Analysis
Namrata Hasija
Research Officer, IPCS
#118, April 2012
Internal Developments in Myanmar: The Road Ahead
Transcript of the Special Address by H.E. Amb. U Zin Yaw
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