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#5149, 10 October 2016
Fragile States Index 2016
FSI and South Asia

Monish Gulati analyses the parameters used for evaluating the fragility of states
#5087, 19 July 2016
The Myth of Home-Grown Terror-I
Mapping out the Dhaka Gulshan Attack

Angshuman Choudhury, in this two-part series, argues that recent events in Bangladesh call for a reclassification of the types of terrorism
#4966, 21 January 2016
Indus-tan
Forecast 2016: Another Year at the Crossroads for Pakistan

Sushant Sareen takes stock of Pakistan's trajectory in 2015 and makes projections for the year ahead
#4945, 16 December 2015
Joint IPCS-Oval Observer Round-Table
Discussion Report: India’s Role in Building a Counter-Narrative to Isis Propaganda

Kimberley Nazareth reports on the proceedings of the discussion held on 09 December 2015
#4847, 4 March 2015
Islamic State in Af-Pak: The ‘Wilayat Khurasan’ Conundrum
Rajeshwari Krishnamurthy looks at how factionalism within militant groups is being harnessed by the various regional stakeholders
#4837, 18 February 2015
Dateline Islamabad
Pakistan's Hurt Locker: What Next?

Prof Salma Malik lists and explains the immediate security priorities the government of Pakistan must address
#4820, 29 January 2015
Pakistan, Militancy and the New Paradigm
Will the Genie Want to Go Back?

Dr D Suba Chandran looks at the variegated approaches in dealing with militant outfits
#4814, 19 January 2015
IPCS Forecast: Islamic State in 2015
Rajeshwari Krishnamurthy looks at the militant group’s likely trajectory in the new year
#4813, 19 January 2015
Red Affairs
IPCS Forecast: Left-wing Extremism in 2015

Dr Bibhu Prasad Routray identifies key trends in left-wing extremism that India is likely to witness in 2015
#4783, 18 December 2014
Pakistan
And Now, They Are Coming For Our Children

Dr D Suba Chandran reflects on the Peshawar attack of 16 December
#4778, 15 December 2014
Spotlight West Asia
Rise of the Islamic State: Implications for the Arab World

Ambassador Ranjit Gupta writes that there is a silver lining to the dark cloud of the rise of the Islamic State
#4774, 13 December 2014
China and the Uyghur Issue: Can the New Silk Route Really Help?
Rajeshwari Krishnamurthy suggests that the comprehensive success of China's Western Development Strategy depends on how it deals with the Uyghur Issue
#4755, 24 November 2014
Understanding the Attraction of Salafi and Wahhabi Movements
Saneya Arif explains why various Islamic movements rose and fell, and compares it to the rise of Wahhabism and the Islamic State
#4754, 24 November 2014
Foreign Fighters of Pakistan: Why Pashtuns and Punjabis?
Dr D Suba Chandran looks at the profile of combatants from South Asia fighting within the region
#4748, 19 November 2014
Myanmar: Why the Islamic State Failed Here
Aparupa Bhattacherjee explains the reasons behind the relative failure of the Islamic State towards gaining a foothold in Myanmar
#4747, 19 November 2014
Pakistan: Why are Christians Being Persecuted?
Roomana Hukil analyses societal and legal factors that aid attacks against Christians in Pakistan
  
Issue Briefs, Special Reports, Research Papers
IPCS Forecast 2016
Special Report 182
 
 

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