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On any given day, as we go about our business, the president is prepared to make a decision within 20 minutes that could launch one of the most devastating weapons in the world. However, despite the end of the Cold War and the consequent reduction in US-Soviet nuclear rivalry, the apparent threat from continued proliferation both within and outside the NPT framework — from states and non-state actors — remains a widely shared concern ICNND, As such, it is divided into three main sections. Hegemonic notions of international security advanced by realist theorists and practitioners since the birth of the discipline in the late s — as predicated on statism, self-help, and survival — have of course been subject to particularly sustained challenge since the end of the Cold War Buzan and Hansen,
What will the spread of nuclear weapons do to the world? Horizontally, they have spread slowly across countries, and the pace is not likely to change much. Short-term candidates for the nuclear club are not very numerous. Counting India and Israel, membership grew to seven in the first 35 years of the nuclear age. A doubling of membership in this decade would be surprising.
On May 11 and 13, , India conducted a total of five underground nuclear tests, breaking a year self-imposed moratorium on nuclear testing. Pakistan followed claiming 5 tests on May 28, , and an additional test on May The Indian tests, which appear to have completely surprised the U. President Clinton announced, on May 13, , that he was imposing economic and military sanctions mandated by Sec. The Administration applied the same sanctions to Pakistan on May Although the Indian government claimed concern about the "deteriorating security [and] nuclear environment," as its reason for testing, many observers believe that domestic political factors may have been responsible for at least the timing of the tests. Many analysts judged that, by conducting nuclear tests, the BJP hoped to consolidate its power by rallying strong national pro-nuclear sentiment.
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There is no core book for the module, but these are all useful and interesting readings to start with. Lawrence Freedman. The Evolution of Nuclear Strategy. Palgrave New edition An excellent introduction to the development of nuclear strategy — a must read for any work on nuclear strategy. Michael Quinlan.
South Asia in Transition pp Cite as. The covert nuclearization of the subcontinent in the s launched the beginnings of a new high-tension phase of crisis-proneness in India-Pakistan relations that grew still sharper following the matching tests conducted by the rivals in the summer of But the overall consequences of the process have been more complex than it would appear at first blush. This chapter examines the dynamics of the India-Pakistan nuclear relationship within the framework of the theme of the volume, which is to assess broad developments in South Asia in terms of regional structures and processes. Is there a regional transformation in the making? Unable to display preview.
India–Pakistan Crises. Sumit Ganguly and S. Paul Kapur, eds, Nuclear Proliferation in South. Asia: Crisis Behaviour and the Bomb (Routledge: New York, ).
Sagan, Kenneth N. Rajesh M. Sumit Ganguly and Devin T. Nuclear weapons burst into the world arena in , with the American bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
However, the deal has been in jeopardy since President Donald J. Trump withdrew the United States from it in In retaliation for the U.
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He is the author, co-author, editor or co-editor of 15 books on South Asia.
He is the author, co-author, editor or co-editor of 15 books on South Asia. Introduction Sumit Ganguly and S. Paul Kapur 2.
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Похоже, этот канадец рассмотрел его довольно внимательно. - Стратмор остановился и повернулся к Сьюзан.
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