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#4863, 16 April 2015
What’s on Pakistan-based Militants’ Minds?
Rajeshwari Krishnamurthy analyses why the terrorists' targeting of minorities have increased in Pakistan
#4848, 9 March 2015
Looking East
Dimapur Lynching: Mirror to Nagaland’s Security Scene

Wasbir Hussain examines governance and law and order problems in the state
#4847, 4 March 2015
Islamic State in Af-Pak: The ‘Wilayat Khurasan’ Conundrum
Rajeshwari Krishnamurthy looks at how factionalism within militant groups is being harnessed by the various regional stakeholders
#4837, 18 February 2015
Dateline Islamabad
Pakistan's Hurt Locker: What Next?

Prof Salma Malik lists and explains the immediate security priorities the government of Pakistan must address
#4832, 13 February 2015
IPCS Discussion
West Asia, Iran Nuclear Deal, and Islamic State: Review of IPCS Forecasts

Stephen Westcott reports on the proceedings of the discussion
#4826, 2 February 2015
Looking East
Insurgency in Northeast India: The Chinese Link

Wasbir Hussain explains why insurgency cannot be controlled unless the flow of small arms to the region is checked
#4820, 29 January 2015
Pakistan, Militancy and the New Paradigm
Will the Genie Want to Go Back?

Dr D Suba Chandran looks at the variegated approaches in dealing with militant outfits
#4814, 19 January 2015
IPCS Forecast: Islamic State in 2015
Rajeshwari Krishnamurthy looks at the militant group’s likely trajectory in the new year
#4813, 19 January 2015
Red Affairs
IPCS Forecast: Left-wing Extremism in 2015

Dr Bibhu Prasad Routray identifies key trends in left-wing extremism that India is likely to witness in 2015
#4794, 5 January 2015
Spotlight West Asia
IPCS Forecast: West Asia in 2015

Ambassador Ranjit Gupta provides his assessments on the potential trajectories West Asia will be on, through the course of 2015
#4773, 11 December 2014
Pak-Afghan Reset: Will the Taliban and al Qaeda follow?
D Suba Chandran writes that the success or failure of the reset in the Af-Pak bilateral depends on the fate of their own wars on terror
#4762, 1 December 2014
Af-Pak Diary
Resetting Kabul-Islamabad Relations: Three Key Issues

D Suba Chandran lists key issues that will need to be addressed for the recent improvement in the Af-Pak bilateral to become sustainable
#4757, 24 November 2014
Iran-Pakistan: Can Rouhani Resolve the Tensions?
Majid Izadpanahi provides an Iranian perspective on the recent border clashes between Pakistan and Iran
#4754, 24 November 2014
Foreign Fighters of Pakistan: Why Pashtuns and Punjabis?
Dr D Suba Chandran looks at the profile of combatants from South Asia fighting within the region
#4748, 19 November 2014
Myanmar: Why the Islamic State Failed Here
Aparupa Bhattacherjee explains the reasons behind the relative failure of the Islamic State towards gaining a foothold in Myanmar
#4743, 18 November 2014
Dateline Islamabad
Burying the Past: A New Beginning for Pakistan and Afghanistan

Salma Malik explains why increased trust and cooperation between Afghanistan and Pakistan is extremely important for both countries.
  
SEMINARS/CONFERENCES/DISCUSSIONS
IPCS Forecast Series
9 February 2015 , 1400-1700 hrs

   
Military, Militants and Pakistan
28 November 2014 , 1400-1700 hrs

   
News
[Editorial] Death in the name of Allah is inexplicable to decent men everywhere
Washington Times, 19 December 2014
Human decency died in Pakistan. Islamic extremists wielding weapons of mass hatred had forfeited any shred of respect from decent men and women everywhere, but the massacre of children in Peshawar sets them apart from the merely evil. They are monsters,...

[Editorial] Peshawar school attack: Arcs of extremism
The Independent, 19 December 2014
If escalating violence is the consequence of the massacre, then the Pakistani government will have failed

Peshawar school massacre: Pakistan's watershed Taliban moment?
BBC News, 19 December 2014
For a nation that has lost more than 70,000 people in 13 years to terror attacks, it is not easy to talk of watersheds.

Yes, Pakistanis are united against terrorism. But not on terrorists
The Guardian, 19 December 2014
Militants who target India will always be good taliban. So an alleged architect of the Mumbai attack can be released two days after Peshawar.

Abbott's mature rhetoric on the Sydney siege
ABC News, 18 December 2014
Tony Abbott's decision to pull back on using terrorism terminology for the Sydney siege and paint Man Haron Monis as simply an unhinged individual is a prudent move to stifle terrorist propaganda, writes Kasun Ubayasiri.

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Issue Briefs, Special Reports, Research Papers
Charting Global Transitions
IPCS Annual 2015
Special Report 178
Al Qaeda Today: Transitions and Trajectories
Rajeshwari Krishnamurthy
Special Report 165
Talks with the Taliban: End Game for the Military, Political Parties and the TTP in Pakistan
IPCS Special Focus
Special Report 160
Destruction of the First Temple: Securing the Idea of Indian Nation
Vice Admiral (retd) Vijay Shankar
Issue Brief 229
Iran and the Nuclear Conundrum: A War in Waiting?
J Jeganaathan
Issue Brief 195
Afghanistan & the International Community: Limitations of Engagement
Aryaman Bhatnagar
Issue Brief 194
The Crisis State: Pakistan’s Security Dilemma
D Suba Chandran
Issue Brief 192
Afghanistan-Pakistan-Iran: Radical Islam, Nuclear Weapons and Regional Security
Rana Banerji
Issue Brief 191
Preventing Terror Attacks: Role of Human & Technical Intelligence in India
Radha Vinod Raju
Issue Brief 168
After Osama: Pakistan’s Relations with the US, China & India
Samarjit Ghosh , Aditi Malhotra , and Rohit Singh
Special Report 104
Countering Terrorism: Role of Intelligence and Investigative Agencies
Radha Vinod Raju
Issue Brief 157
Building Regional Stability in South Asia
Report of Track II Dialogue held on 8-9 February 2010
Conference Report 27
India and Sri Lanka: Continuing Innings, Constructive Engagement
N Sathiya Moorthy
Issue Brief 140
books
Armed Conflicts in South Asia 2008: Growing Violence
D Suba Chandran and PR Chari (eds.)
New Delhi: Routledge, 2008
Book reviews
IP Khosla reviews
South Asian views on an epic struggle
 
 

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