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by Karsten Frey

  • Author: Karsten Frey
  • ISBN: 0415401321
  • ISBN13: 978-0415401326
  • ePub: 1685 kb | FB2: 1209 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Military
  • Publisher: Routledge (September 25, 2006)
  • Pages: 256
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Karsten Frey has written an important book whose well-argued conclusions may come as a surprise to some readers and as a confirmation to others. Robert W. Stern, Macquarie University, Australia ; Contemporary South Asia 2008.

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Routledge Advances in South Asian Studies. South Asia, with its burgeoning, ethnically diverse population, soaring economies, and nuclear weapons, is an increasingly important region in the global context.

The core argument of the book surrounds the question about India's .

The core argument of the book surrounds the question about India's security considerations and their impact on India's nuclear policy development.

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India and Pakistan should discuss the stability of nuclear deterrence in the . Her latest book is Nuclear Deterrence in South Asia: New Technologies and Challenges to Sustainable Peace (Oxford: Rutledge, 2019).

India and Pakistan should discuss the stability of nuclear deterrence in the region, the status of Kashmir, and relations with Afghanistan. Both countries should immediately revive the Lahore Declaration (1999) and resume all existing nuclear CBMs thereby immediately opening up suspended communication channels.

India has not deployed tactical nuclear weapons. Indian nuclear strategy requires that a significant number of high-yield bombs be held back in case China joins a war on the side of Pakistan (10). Because Pakistan is a small country with only about 60 cities with more than 100,000 people, India would not need all of its 250 weapons to destroy Pakistan’s cities.

Security studies, also known as international security studies, is traditionally held to be an academic sub-field of the wider discipline of international relations.

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India’s Nuclear Bomb and National Security gives an analytic account of the dynamics of India's nuclear build up. It puts forward a new comprehensive model, which goes beyond the classic strategic model of accepting motives of arming behaviour, and incorporates the dynamics in India’s nuclear programme. The core argument of the book surrounds the question about India's security considerations and their impact on India's nuclear policy development.

Karsten Frey explores this analytic model by including explanatory variables on the unit-level, where interests are generally related to symbolic, less strategic values attributed to nuclear weapons. These play a significant role within India's domestic political party competition and among certain pressure groups. They also impacted India's relationship with other countries on non-proliferation matters, for example the concept of the country's 'status' and 'prestige'.

Identifying the role of the strategic elite in determining India's nuclear course, this book also argues that one of the pivotal driving forces behind India's quest for the nuclear bomb is India's struggle for international recognition and the strong, often obsessive sensitivities of India's elite regarding 'acts of discrimination' or 'ignorance' by the West towards India.

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