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Plastic Litter: The Challenge at SeaIPCS Commentary, No. 5381, 10 October 2017

Marine Mammal Stranding: Myth, Mystery and FactsIPCS Commentary, No. 5355, 5 September 2017

Dhow Trade in the North Arabian SeaIPCS Commentary, No. 5336, 7 August 2017

Maritime Issues: Proactive InitiativesIPCS Commentary, No. 5308, 27 June 2017

Towards a North Arabian Maritime PartnershipIPCS Commentary, No. 5089, 1 August 2016

Forecast 2016: Indian Ocean Politics and SecurityIPCS Commentary, No. 4959, 15 January 2016

Indian Ocean: Modi on a Maritime PilgrimageIPCS Commentary, No. 4844, 2 March 2015

Indian Ocean: Exploring Maritime Domain AwarenessIPCS Commentary, No. 4825, 2 February 2015

IPCS Forecast: The Indian Ocean in 2015IPCS Commentary, No. 4797, 6 January 2015

Indian Ocean: Why India Seeks DemilitarisationIPCS Commentary, No. 4779, 15 December 2014

India and Maritime Security: Do MoreIPCS Commentary, No. 4764, 1 December 2014

Asia and the Seas: Looking Back to Look ForwardIPCS Commentary, No. 4746, 19 November 2014

Indian Ocean and the IORA: Search and Rescue OperationsIPCS Commentary, No. 4724, 3 November 2014

Pirates Prefer Energy CargoIPCS Commentary, No. 4694, 14 October 2014

Maritime Terrorism: Karachi as a Staging PointIPCS Commentary, No. 4680, 6 October 2014

Xi Jinping and the Maritime Silk Road: The Indian DilemmaIPCS Commentary, No. 4662, 15 September 2014

Drug Smuggling across the Indian Ocean: Impact of Increasing InterceptionsIPCS Commentary, No. 4654, 11 September 2014

Maritime Silk Road: Can India Leverage It?IPCS Commentary, No. 4635, 1 September 2014

Indian Ocean: Multilateralism Takes RootIPCS Commentary, No. 4612, 19 August 2014

BRICS: The Oceanic ConnectionsIPCS Commentary, No. 4594, 4 August 2014

India-EU: Exploring Maritime ConvergencesIPCS Commentary, No. 4549, 7 July 2014

Rim of the Pacific Exercises (RIMPAC): Thaw in China-US Tensions?IPCS Commentary, No. 4529, 28 June 2014

Indian Ocean Navies: Lessons from the PacificIPCS Commentary, No. 4485, 2 June 2014

The Oman Gas Pipeline: Indias Underwater Energy Supply ChainIPCS Commentary, No. 4421, 5 May 2014

Oman's Duqm Port and US Exit from AfghanistanIPCS Commentary, No. 4389, 14 April 2014

Search and Rescue at Sea: Challenges and Chinese CapabilitiesIPCS Commentary, No. 4374, 7 April 2014

Increasing Maritime Competition: IORA, IONS, Milan and the Indian Ocean NetworksIPCS Commentary, No. 4320, 3 March 2014

The Maritime Silk Route and the Chinese Charm OffensiveIPCS Commentary, No. 4310, 17 February 2014

China in the Indian Ocean: Deep Sea ForaysIPCS Commentary, No. 4286, 3 February 2014

Antarctica and the Ice breakers: What should India prepare for?IPCS Commentary, No. 4242, 9 January 2014

Iran Navy: Developing Long Sea LegsIPCS Commentary, No. 4237, 6 January 2014

India, Sri Lanka & Maldives: A Maritime Troika Leads the WayIPCS Commentary, No. 4065, 2 August 2013

China and Russia: The Joint Sea 2013 ExerciseIPCS Commentary, No. 4031, 10 July 2013

India and China in the Arctic: Breaching the MonopolyIPCS Commentary, No. 3936, 18 May 2013

P-3C vs. P-8I: India, Pakistan and the Naval BalanceIPCS Commentary, No. 3889, 21 April 2013

Myanmar: Expanding Naval Ties with IndiaIPCS Commentary, No. 3876, 8 April 2013

Gwadar: Can India Checkmate China?IPCS Commentary, No. 3811, 12 February 2013

India and the Melting ArcticIPCS Commentary, No. 3804, 31 January 2013

Iran Stirs India-US WatersIPCS Commentary, No. 1986, 10 April 2006

Strategic Shift In Chinese Naval Strategy In Indian OceanIPCS Commentary, No. 1899, 6 December 2005

INDRA 2005: From Sea to the DesertIPCS Commentary, No. 1854, 5 October 2005

Peace Mission 2005: Reverberations in IndiaIPCS Commentary, No. 1832, 3 September 2005

Coercive Maritime DiplomacyIPCS Commentary, No. 1810, 3 August 2005

Maritime Legal ConundrumIPCS Commentary, No. 1778, 29 June 2005

Container Security Initiative: Is India Serious About Its Maritime Trade?IPCS Commentary, No. 1748, 19 May 2005

Terrorist's Underwater StrategyIPCS Commentary, No. 1679, 22 March 2005

The Unabated Menace of Sea PiracyIPCS Commentary, No. 1653, 22 February 2005

Indian Naval Diplomacy: Post TsunamiIPCS Commentary, No. 1640, 8 February 2005

Project Seabird: An Example of India's Maritime ProwessIPCS Commentary, No. 1580, 13 December 2004

Buying Security In Iraq: The Japanese WayIPCS Commentary, No. 1516, 5 October 2004

Change but Continuity: The Indian Navy Marches AheadIPCS Commentary, No. 1457, 10 August 2004

Will LTTE Give Peace a Chance?IPCS Commentary, No. 1068, 25 June 2003

Casablanca: Al Qaeda’s Maritime NodeIPCS Commentary, No. 1039, 21 May 2003

Bangladesh: Of Terrorists, Gun Runners and PiratesIPCS Commentary, No. 1028, 6 May 2003

War in Iraq: Sea Mines and MammalsIPCS Commentary, No. 1012, 15 April 2003

Sea Piracy: India Boosts CountermeasuresIPCS Commentary, No. 987, 15 March 2003

Who Steers Al Qaeda’s Fleet?IPCS Commentary, No. 975, 4 March 2003

Pakistan Naval ExpenditureIPCS Commentary, No. 956, 21 January 2003

Oil Tankers: Vital but Risky CommerceIPCS Commentary, No. 941, 6 January 2003

Terrorism or Freedom Struggle: The Free Aceh MovementIPCS Commentary, No. 929, 29 December 2002

Indo-US Naval CooperationIPCS Commentary, No. 898, 25 October 2002

Pakistan Navy and Nuclear DeterrenceIPCS Commentary, No. 844, 9 September 2002

Military Sales and Terrorism: The French ConnectionIPCS Commentary, No. 836, 27 August 2002

Sino-Pakistan Maritime InitiativesIPCS Commentary, No. 730, 10 April 2002

Nuclear Submarines and Indian NavyIPCS Commentary, No. 719, 10 April 2002

Piracy at SeaIPCS Commentary, No. 705, 23 February 2002

Terrorism and TourismIPCS Commentary, No. 699, 17 February 2002

Challenging Terrorism at SeaIPCS Commentary, No. 679, 19 January 2002

Japanese Navy in Arabian SeaIPCS Commentary, No. 669, 31 December 2001

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