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#317 Developing a More Propitious Framework for China-India Relations: Debriefing of an India-China Track II Dialogue held in Beijing on 27-28 March 2010
16 April 2010
#310 India-China Military Balance
14 January 2010
#304 Chasing the Dragon: Will India Catch up with China?
27 October 2009
#302 Sino-India Relations and Confidence Building
14 October 2009
#286 Crisis in Thailand: Regional Implications
29 April 2009
#285 Developments in Chinese Foreign Policy and International Relations
21 April 2009
#279 Burma and the Limits of International Influence
5 February 2009
#277 Indonesia: Security and Foreign Policy
23 January 2009
#274 China's Peaceful Rise: Foreign Policy or Expansionist Strategy?
18 December 2008
#273 China Factor in India-ASEAN Relations
15 December 2008
#272 The Shanghai Cooperation Organization
10 December 2008
#269 China's Security Policy
9 November 2008
#267 Emerging Situation in Nepal and Implications for India
2 October 2008
#255 A Harmonious Resolution of the Tibetan Question
10 April 2008
#253 Stakes for India, China, and Thailand in a Stable Burma
30 March 2008
#245 China and India Rising
30 December 2007
#239 Non-Traditional Security and International Cooperation between China and India
10 October 2007
#234 India's prospects as a great power
24 August 2007
#223 India's Strategic Relationship with China and Japan
28 April 2007
#222 China's ASAT Test: Implications for India
26 April 2007

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