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The Quest for Nuclear Security

The Quest for Nuclear Security

In the aftermath of World War II, as the United States began its pursuit for global hegemony, the issue of non-proliferation of nuclear weapons came to the fore. One way of establishing its dominion on the international front was by confining the number of Nuclear Weapon States (NWS) exclusively to […]

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Source: Indian Express

Rejuvenating US-Pakistan Relations: Time For The Elixir of Life

At his address to the US Congress in June, the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi remarked: “The Orchestra have sufficiently tuned their instruments, the baton has given the signal. And there is a new symphony in play.” Following that, the US House Committee on Foreign Affairs Chairman, Ed Royce (R-CA) […]

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Courtesy: Hindu Business Line

Entering the Gymkhana of Nuclear Nations

Standing before the grandeur of a chateau one feels the need to either escape such a romance or own it. One gaze upon a place for elites and an entire nation can be subdued to acknowledging existence of a natural hierarchy of power among humans. Things aren’t always what they […]

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Source: Rediff.com

Admittance in the NSG: India or Pakistan?

India applied for the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG membership) on 12th May, in response to which Pakistan also submitted a formal application to become an NSG member on 18thMay. Since then, India has been lobbying around internationally, gathering sympathies and collaborating with like-minded nations to support membership of India in […]

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Courtesy: Hindu Business Line

Indian bid for NSG Membership

The editorial in the New York Times titled “No Exceptions for a Nuclear India” has expressed concerns over the bid for an Indian membership in the Nuclear Supplier Group. The NSG is a nuclear club of 48 nations determined to hold back nuclear proliferation by taking extreme measures at export […]

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Nuclear Pakistan: Hot Headed or Rational?

Nuclear Pakistan: Hot Headed or Rational?

The essence of the Westphalian state system lies in the concept of territorial sovereignty. Inherent in the sanctity of the mainland is the need for national security. This has become an indispensable vital national interest of all states. The colossal damage caused by the atom bomb in Hiroshima and Nagasaki […]

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