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Pradeepa Viswanathan is a Research Officer at the Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies. She completed her Masters in Politics with specialization in international studies (2011) from School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. She has completed her graduation in Political Science from University of Delhi. Her current area of focus in the Institute is political stability and instability in Nepal.

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Pradeepa Viswanathan
Research Officer
pradeepa@ipcs.org
PUBLICATIONS

Articles:

Nepal: Implications of a Split within the Maoists

Withdrawal of Oil Companies from Nepal: Realistic interventions

Nepal: What is the Potential for Foreign Investment?

Nepal in 2011: A Turbulent Peace?

Unrest in Buddha’s Homeland: The Curious Case of Lumbini


Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant: Contested Standpoints

Why don't Nuclear CBMs work?: Indian and Pakistani Perspectives

NSG Guidelines: Possible Implications for India

Nuclear Disarmament post-Prague: Understanding Indian perspectives

Conference Reports:

Building Bridges: A Regional Dialogue

Armed Conflicts in South Asia 2012: Conference Report

Iran and Regional Security: Understanding Tehran’s Predicaments, Objectives And Strategies 



 

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