Nuclear Strategy: India's March Towards Credible Deterrence

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KW Publishers, 2009 - Deterrence (Strategy) - 395 pages
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This Book Provides Pointers On How India S Nuclear Strategy, In The Prevailing Security Environment, Should Put Together The Building Blocks Of Credible Deterrence In Order To Minimise, If Not Remove, The Chance Of Nuclear Use. It Assesses Contemporary Nuclear Thinking, Doctrines And Capabilities Of Nuclear Weapon States; Examines The Command And Control Structures Of Pakistan, China And India To Offer Recommendations; Discusses How To Make India S Arsenal Survivable; Debates The Relevance Of Ballistic Missile Defence; Highlights The Overlap Between India S Nuclear Energy And Strategic Programmes; Studies The Complex Challenge Of Conventional War In The Presence Of Nuclear Weapons; And Explains Why And How India Should Pursue Universal Nuclear Disarmament.

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