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Research Papers are journal-length works written by the Institute's staff, including interns, on areas of their specialization.
# 29, August 2016
India's Panda: The rise and fall of Sabyasachi Panda in India's Maoist movement
Jed Lea-Henry
Assistant Professor, Vignan University
# 28, June 2013
Contemporary Myanmar: Challenges to Political Process and Reconciliation
Sonu Trivedi
# 27, May 2013
Contemporary Naxal Movement in India: New Trends, State Responses and Recommendations
Rajat Kumar Kujur
# 26, September 2010
China and Myanmar: Strategic Interests, Strategies and the Road Ahead
Billy Tea
# 25, April 2010
Politics of UNSC Sanctions: The Issue of Nuclear Weapons Development
Prashant Hosur
Research Assistant, IDSA
# 24, March 2010
Democracy in Bhutan: An Analysis of Constitutional Change in a Buddhist Monarchy
Marian Gallenkamp
Research Intern, IPCS
# 23, December 2009
Peacekeeping and Peacebuilding in Post-Conflict Environments: A Critical Analysis of the UN Approach in Timor-Leste, Liberia and Nepal
Anna Louise Strachan
Research Intern, IPCS
e-mail: anna@ipcs.org
# 21, May 2009
Pakistan: Politics, Religion & Extremism
Arshi Saleem Hashmi
# 20, March 2009
In a Weak State: Status and Reintegration of Children Associated with Armed forces and Armed Groups (CAAFAG) in Nepal
Oliver Housden
# 19, February 2009
Nepal: A Failing State or a State in Transition?
Oliver Housden
Former IPCS Intern
# 18, January 2009
Swat A Critical Analysis
# 17, September 2008
National Legal Framework for IDPs in Sri Lanka: A Critical Analysis
Andres Angel
# 16, September 2008
India's Sri Lanka Policy: Towards Economic Engagement
Brian Orland
# 15, September 2008
Naxalite Movements of India: A Profile
Rajat Kumar Kujur
# 14, April 2008
Tension in the Rolling Hills: Burmese population and Border Trade in Mizoram
Julien Levesque & Mirza Zulfiqur Rahman
# 13, April 2008
Thailand's Investment in India's Northeast: Strategies, Potentials and Risks
Vibhanshu Shekhar
# 12, December 2007
The Sikh Diaspora and the Quest for Khalistan
Simrat Dhillon
# 11, December 2007
National Refugee Law for India
# 10, August 2007
Shia and Iranian Ascendance: Sunni and American Perceptions
Srinjoy Bose
# 9, June 2007
Cricket and Indian National Consciousness
Emily Crick
# 8, April 2007
The Iran-Pakistan-India Pipeline
David Temple
# 7, March 2007
Indo-French Defence Cooperation
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