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Gurmeet Kanwal, “India’s National Security Strategy in a Nuclear Environment,” Strategic Analysis xxiv, no. 9 (December 2000): 1600. These include, according to press analyses and academic speculation, disrupting communications between Srinagar and Leh, internationalizing the Kashmir dispute, deflecting internal discontent with the economic and socio-political conditions in Pakistan, and “defreezing” the status quo situation relating to the LoC in Kashmir that was acquiring permanence, etc. Agha Shahi, Zulfiqar Ali Khan, and Abdul Sattar, “Securing Nuclear Peace,” News International (Pakistan), Internet Edition (October 5, 1999).
Perkovich argues that India’s decision to pursue its military nuclear option was largely influenced by internal and political motivations. S. Senate in 1999. Domestic political factors were similarly paramount in the Indian debate on rejecting entry into the CTBT. In these cases, the security implications of the decision became secondary factors. 3. An expression attributed to Itty Abraham. He describes it in “India’s ‘Strategic Enclave’: Civilian Scientists and Military Technologies,” Armed Forces and Society 18, no.
C hari flight-testing, but it seems to have been papered over by tacit agreement. 49 Clearly, India and Pakistan now face the invidious choice of whether to proceed ahead with the logic of their nuclear tests to weaponize and deploy their nuclear weapons or observe nuclear restraint after having reached a new plateau in their nuclear capabilities. Proceeding further would prejudice their security and isolate them afresh in the international community, which has become greatly concerned with the propensity of both countries to slide into recurring crises that could escalate into conflict and acquire a nuclear dimension.
Autonomous Control of Nuclear Powerplants [short article]