An important and critical re-evaluation of South Asia's post-tests
nuclear politics, in contrast to other books, this volume
emphasises the political dimension of South Asia's nuclear weapons,
explains how the bombs are used as politico-strategic assets rather
than pure battlefield weapons and how India and Pakistan utilise
them for politico-strategic purposes in an extremely complex and
competitive South Asian strategic landscape. Written by a group of
perceptive observers of South Asia, this volume evaluates the
current state of Indo-Pakistani nuclear deterrents, the challenges
that the two countries confront in building their nuclear forces,
the post-test nuclear doctrines of the two strategic rivals, the
implications of Indo-Pakistani politics for regional cooperation,
the role of two systemic actors (USA and China) in the region's
nuclear politics and the critical issues of confidence-building and
nuclear arms control.
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