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Arms race in south asia: according to the perspective of. .
Arms race in south asia: according to the perspective of indian and pakistan. The aim is to develop a mathematical model of nuclear proliferation: to evaluate the possibility of taking decisions, development time, the possibility of deep cuts. Arms control or disarmament? The case of the former Yugoslavia. incentive for future nuclear arms control and disarmament measures. A discussion of how the indefinite extension of the NPT has affected the nuclear arms control landscape and the prospects for future disarmament measures will be discussed.
Meanwhile, South Asia remains locked in an undeclared nuclear deterrence involving its two major states . S. Rashid Naim, ‘After Midnight’, in Stephen P. Cohen, e. Nuclear Proliferation in South Asia: The Prospects for Arms Control (Boulder: Westview, 1991), pp. 48–58.
Meanwhile, South Asia remains locked in an undeclared nuclear deterrence involving its two major states, India and Pakistan. The question arises as to whether these two states need to follow examples set by other countries and establish a NWFZ in South Asia. 28. Savita Pande, Pakistan’s Nuclear Policy (Delhi: B. R. Publishing Corporation, 1991), pp. 139–40.
Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons. The Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons, commonly known as the Non-Proliferation Treaty or NPT, is an international treaty whose objective is to prevent the spread of nuclear weapons and weapons technology, to promote cooperation in the peaceful uses of nuclear energy, and to further the goal of achieving nuclear disarmament and general and complete disarmament
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2 Nuclear arms control in South Asia. Early efforts to prevent nuclear proliferation involved intense government secrecy, the wartime acquisition of known uranium stores (the Combined Development Trust), and at times even outright sabotage-such as the bombing of a heavy-water facility thought to be used for a German nuclear program. These efforts began immediately after the discovery of nuclear fission and its military potential. None of these efforts were explicitly public, because the weapon developments themselves were kept secret until the bombing of Hiroshima.
It looks at the prospects for nuclear arms control and disarmament in South Asia after the . India nuclear deal of 2008, and the nuclear abolitionist wave during the first Obama administration. It concludes with the contribution of social constructivism to understanding how changes in the India-Pakistan nuclear status quo can happen.
The US should advocate a new arms control treaty involving China, India .
The US should advocate a new arms control treaty involving China, India and Pakistan. The problem of Indo-Pakistan nuclear status outside the NPT can be addressed through the NSG membership. Her latest book is Nuclear Deterrence in South Asia: New Technologies and Challenges to Sustainable Peace (Oxford: Rutledge, 2019). She has also authored: Pakistan and the New Nuclear Taboo: Regional Deterrence and the International Arms Control Regime (Oxford: Peter Lang, 2012).
nuclear weapon states, present the prospect of a new nuclear arms race in South Asia. From Russia, a muted reaction. See Stephen P. Cohen.
by Wade Huntley The May 1998 nuclear tests by both India and Pakistan, accompanied by the expressed intentions of both countries to become fullfledged nuclear weapon states, present the prospect of a new nuclear arms race in South Asia. Perhaps even more ominous is the potential for these events to promote degradation of security relations and proliferation of weapons of mass destruction beyond the region. This viewpoint addresses the broader prospects for the future of nuclear nonproliferation arising from the new circumstances in South Asia. The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists.