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THE JAKARTA BLAST---IN PERSPECTIVE

Paper no. 1113      12. 09. 2004

by  B.Raman

One must avoid an over-interpretation and an over-assessment of the suspected car bomb explosion outside the Australian Embassy at Jakarta on September 9,2004, which caused the death of nine persons and injuries to over a hundred others, most of them innocent civilians.

INDONESIA: Votes for change

  Paper no. 1124      27. 09. 2004

by C. S Kuppuswamy

TAKING A RE-LOOK AT INDIA-MYANMAR RELATIONS

   Paper no. 1141      11. 10. 2004

Guest Column-by Col R Hariharan (retd.)

Burma (Myanmar): Why the Prime Minister was sacked?

   Paper no. 1150      25. 10. 2004

   Guest Column-by Col R Hariharan (retd.)

Indonesia: Change of guards

Paper no. 1152        28. 10. 2004

Guest Column-by D.S. Rajan 

MYANMAR: The shake- up and the fall out.

Paper no. 1161      09. 11. 2004

by C.S. Kuppuswamy

MALDIVES: Is Gayoom’s Government getting more autocratic?

Paper no.1195        20. 12. 2004

  by Sucharita Sidhanta

Democratic elections are not merely symbolic…They are competitive, periodic, inclusive definite election in which the chief decision-makers in Government are selected by citizens who enjoy broad freedom to criticize government, to publish their criticism and to present alternatives.” Jean Kirk Patrick 

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