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Gendering Strategic Discourses: Women as Opinion-MakersIPCS Commentary, No. 5070, 28 June 2016

Forecast 2016: PakistanIPCS Commentary, No. 4982, 4 February 2016

Pakistan's Hurt Locker: What Next?IPCS Commentary, No. 4837, 18 February 2015

IPCS Forecast: Pakistan in 2015IPCS Commentary, No. 4806, 17 January 2015

India-Pakistan Relations in 2015: Through a Looking GlassIPCS Commentary, No. 4786, 23 December 2014

Burying the Past: A New Beginning for Pakistan and AfghanistanIPCS Commentary, No. 4743, 18 November 2014

India-Pakistan: Working Boundaries and Lines of Uncontrolled FireIPCS Commentary, No. 4696, 13 October 2014

Of Inquilab and the InquilabisIPCS Commentary, No. 4648, 8 September 2014

Pakistan: Of Messiahs and MarchesIPCS Commentary, No. 4602, 11 August 2014

Zarb-e-Azb: The Decisive StrikeIPCS Commentary, No. 4559, 14 July 2014

India-Pakistan: Faces in the SandIPCS Commentary, No. 4500, 9 June 2014

India-Pakistan: Nuclear Weapons and Crisis DiplomacyIPCS Commentary, No. 4432, 12 May 2014

Elections in India and Afghanistan: Perspective from PakistanIPCS Commentary, No. 4386, 14 April 2014

Afghanistan and Pakistan: Consequences of the American ExitIPCS Commentary, No. 4340, 17 March 2014

Pakistan and TTP: Dialogue or Military Action?IPCS Commentary, No. 4312, 17 February 2014

The Musharraf Trial & BeyondIPCS Commentary, No. 4270, 20 January 2014

Ten Years of Ceasefire along the LoC: Through Elections and Media RatingsIPCS Commentary, No. 4228, 27 December 2013

The Failed State Index and South Asia: Revisiting the White Man’s BurdenIPCS Commentary, No. 4068, 5 August 2013

India, Pakistan and the Nuclear Race: Strengthening the Risk Reduction MeasuresIPCS Commentary, No. 3918, 6 May 2013

Obama’s ‘Surge Strategy’ in AfPak: the Pakistani PerspectiveIPCS Commentary, No. 3086, 8 April 2010

Pakistan, Afghanistan and the Holbrooke Visit: Reviewing the Messy InheritanceIPCS Commentary, No. 2817, 26 February 2009

Pakistan-India Peace Process: Cautious OptimismIPCS Commentary, No. 1545, 28 October 2004

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