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Nuclear Strategy in South Asia: A Facade of Peace between India and Pakistan

Paper No. 6612                       Dated 3-July-2020

By Aviral Goenka 

How has nuclear weapons influenced India-Pakistan crises since the late 1990s?

Corona Virus and China’s culpability:

Paper No. 6554               Dated 27-Mar-2020
 
By Dr. S. Chandrsekharan
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Japan’s Imperatives for Nuclear Weapons Arsenal (SAAG Paper No. 487 Dated 05.072002) contextually Reviewed 2017

Paper No. 6305                                   Dated 18-Sept-2017

Dr Subhash Kapila

Japan’s geopolitical and strategic imperatives for nuclear weapons were strongly existent in 2002 and highlighted by me then and when contextually reviewed in 2017 against the backdrop of China-generated North Korea nuclear flashpoint makes a Japanese nuclear weapons arsenal “Inescapable” for Japan’s survival as an Emerged Power.

US President Elect Donald Trump & Nuclear Restraint

Paper No. 6207                                Dated 26-Dec-2016

By Vappala Balachandran

On December 23 US President Elect Donald Trump “stunned” nuclear weapons experts by telling Mika Brzezinski, co-host of MSNBC’s “Morning Joe programme” that he was encouraging a nuclear arms race. This interview had followed his December 22nd tweet:  “The United States must greatly strengthen and expand its nuclear capability until such time as the world comes to its senses regarding nukes”.

India-China Engagement- Disturbing Divergence

Paper No. 6156                                Dated 04 Aug 2016
 
By Bhaskar Roy
 
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi started his tenure just over two years ago with a message of goodwill and partnership in development with India’s neighbours, including China.  Soon after, Chinese president XI Jinping made his maiden visit to India.
 

India and the Parleys for Nuclear Supply Group Membership

Paper No. 6137                                 Dated 25-June-2016

By Cdre. R.S.Vasan

( though this paper is a little dated, the points mentioned are still relevant.  The fault was not his, but there were problems in opening his mail.) 

India and the NSG Fiasco: Was it Avoidable?

Paper No. 6134                       Dated 25-June-2016
By Dr. S. Chandrasekharan.
 

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