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Manpreet Sethi
Senior Fellow at CAPS

India-EU Partnership for Non-Proliferation: Challenges and OpportunitiesIPCS Commentary, No. 5409, 20 December 2017

‘Gas Chamber’ Cities and Dangers NuclearIPCS Commentary, No. 5390, 14 November 2017

Meaningful Disarmament, Not Unnecessary DistractionsIPCS Commentary, No. 5382, 24 October 2017

The Bomb Banned: By and For the NNWS, For NowIPCS Commentary, No. 5364, 18 September 2017

Stabilising Deterrence: Doctrines Score Over NumbersIPCS Commentary, No. 5342, 22 August 2017

Chinese Responsibility on DPRK: No ‘Theory’, Immutable RealityIPCS Commentary, No. 5331, 19 July 2017

Indian Nuclear Policy and DiplomacyIPCS Commentary, No. 5300, 19 June 2017

New NPR: Can It Break New Ground?IPCS Commentary, No. 5285, 16 May 2017

US-North Korea Military Swashbuckling and China's RoleIPCS Commentary, No. 5273, 19 April 2017

Nuclear Ban Treaty Conference and Universal Nuclear DisarmamentIPCS Commentary, No. 5247, 20 March 2017

Forecast 2017: Unclear Nuclear PathwaysIPCS Commentary, No. 5225, 27 January 2017

Limits of Practising Nuclear BrinksmanshipIPCS Commentary, No. 5208, 21 December 2016

Presidential Elections and US Nuclear Policy: Clinton Vs TrumpIPCS Commentary, No. 5162, 2 November 2016

Preparing for Radiological Emergencies and TerrorismIPCS Commentary, No. 5134, 23 September 2016

Motivating Pakistan to Prevent Cross–Border Terrorism: With a Little Help from FriendsIPCS Commentary, No. 5106, 16 August 2016

JCPOAs First Anniversary: Significance and Future ChallengesIPCS Commentary, No. 5083, 18 July 2016

Entry into the NSG: Getting Past the DoormanIPCS Commentary, No. 5052, 2 June 2016

Same Age, Different Behaviour: Nuclear India and Nuclear PakistanIPCS Commentary, No. 5029, 16 May 2016

Nuclear Security Summit Process: Progress and PrognosisIPCS Commentary, No. 5002, 21 March 2016

Pak's Nuclear 'Normality' through External Deals: Chasing a ChimeraIPCS Commentary, No. 4992, 22 February 2016

Forecast 2016: Nuclear Issues That Will Dominate the YearIPCS Commentary, No. 4962, 18 January 2016

India-Russia Nuclear Vision Statement: See that it DeliversIPCS Commentary, No. 4775, 15 December 2014

Global Nuclear Disarmament: The Humanitarian Consequences RouteIPCS Commentary, No. 4738, 17 November 2014

Nasr: Dangers of Pakistan's Short Range Ballistic MissileIPCS Commentary, No. 4701, 20 October 2014

Uranium and Nuclear Power: Three Indian StoriesIPCS Commentary, No. 4660, 15 September 2014

A Strategic Review for IndiaIPCS Commentary, No. 4607, 18 August 2014

Indian Ratification of the Additional Protocol: Mischievous Reports Miss its SignificanceIPCS Commentary, No. 4568, 21 July 2014

Time for India-China Nuclear-speakIPCS Commentary, No. 4513, 16 June 2014

India and No First Use: Preventing Deterrence BreakdownIPCS Commentary, No. 4393, 21 April 2014

Nuclear Security Summit 2014: Shared Risk, Shared ResponsibilityIPCS Commentary, No. 4338, 17 March 2014

US, China and the South Asian Nuclear ConstructIPCS Commentary, No. 4311, 17 February 2014

Responding to Pakistans Tactical Nuclear Weapons: A Strategy for IndiaIPCS Commentary, No. 4263, 18 January 2014

Book Review: Contextualising IranIPCS Commentary, No. 3906, 30 April 2013

Pakistan's Strategic Assets in Times of CrisisIPCS Commentary, No. 2436, 6 December 2007

  External Publications

Limits of Practising Nuclear Brinksmanship, Nuclear Threats Monitor, 23 December 2016

Dissecting Chinas NSG Behaviour: A Sign of its Rise and Waning US Influence, The Wire, 30 June 2016


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