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LTTE’S ISGA PROPOSALS AND SECURITY IMPLICATIONS FOR INDIA

    Paper no. 1115      13. 09. 2004

Guest Column-by Col R Hariharan (retd.) 

“The destruction of our State governments or the annihilation of their control over the local concerns of the people would lead directly to revolution and anarchy, and finally to despotism and military domination” – Andrew Jackson (1767-1845) 

SRI LANKA & THE LTTE: QUO VADIS

  Paper no. 1123      27. 09. 2004

by B. Raman

SRI LANKA: What is holding up discussion on ISGA?: Update 69.

   Note no. 241           01. 10. 2004

by Dr. S. Chandrasekharan

Karuna in Politics: Old War Horse in A New Mantle

    Paper no. 1148      19. 10. 2004

Guest Column-Col R Hariharan (retd.)

SRI LANKA: Current Situation: the broad picture- Update 70.

   Note no. 245      30. 10. 2004

by Dr. S. Chandrasekharan

Despite several visits of special envoys of both Norway and Japan, the peace process continues to be stalled. The Japanese special representative Yasushi Akashi has just visited Colombo after meeting the officials and the political leaders in an effort to restart the process. He also completed the usual task of briefing the Indian officials at Delhi on his return! And nothing more!

KARUNA IN A NO-WIN SITUATION

   Paper no. 1165            13. 11. 2004

Guest Column-Col R Hariharan (retd.)

(This may be read in continuation of the earlier SAAG paper No 1148 published on 19.10.2004)

AMERICA’S DEMOCRACY INITIATIVE IN MIDDLE EAST

Paper No. 1052                                                                  09/07/2004

by K. Gajendra Singh

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