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Nuclear nonproliferation strategies for South Asia

Zachary S. Davis

Nuclear nonproliferation strategies for South Asia

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Published by Congressional Research Service, Library of Congress in [Washington, D.C.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nuclear nonproliferation,
  • Nuclear weapons -- South Asia

  • Edition Notes

    StatementZachary S. Davis.
    SeriesMajor studies and issue briefs of the Congressional Research Service -- 1994, 94-385 ENR.
    ContributionsLibrary of Congress. Congressional Research Service.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination13 p.
    Number of Pages13
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17743778M
    OCLC/WorldCa32613605


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@article{osti_, title = {Nuclear nonproliferation strategies for South Asia}, author = {Davis, Z.S.}, abstractNote = {Continued expansion of the nuclear weapons capabilities of India and Pakistan, coupled with ongoing conflict between them, raises the probability of nuclear war in South Asia.

A nuclear arms race between India and Pakistan could also harm efforts to discourage other. The effect of nuclear weapons on the behaviour of newly nuclear states, and the potential for future international crises, are of particular concern.

As a region of burgeoning economic and political importance, South Asia offers a crucial test of proliferation’s effects Format: Paperback. @article{osti_, title = {Last change: nuclear proliferation and arms control}, author = {Epstein, W}, abstractNote = {The book was written to clarify the threat of nuclear proliferation.

The author, who is well qualified to speak on arms control, examines the failure of the treaties and agreements that comprise the ''non-proliferation regime,'' particularly the Non-Proliferation Treaty. Get this from a library. Nuclear nonproliferation strategies for South Asia. [Zachary S Davis; Library of Congress.

Congressional Research Service.]. The Nonproliferation Review is a refereed journal concerned with the causes, consequences, and control of the spread of nuclear, chemical, and biological weapons. The Review features case studies, theoretical analyses, historical studies, reports, viewpoints, and book reviews on such issues as state-run weapons programs, treaties and export controls, safeguards, verification and compliance.

The NPT centric international nuclear order is based on legal, technical, political and normative pillars that have proven to be partially successful in achieving nuclear non-proliferation goals.

For example, President Kennedy’s prediction – that the world could see 15 to 25 new nuclear states by the s – has not yet come to pass. Secondly, a combination of both material and.

Nuclear Proliferation in South Asia: Towards World War III Article (PDF Available) in SSRN Electronic Journal 56(2) January with 3, Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Syed Jazib Shamim.

The effect of nuclear weapons on the behaviour of newly nuclear states, and the potential for future international crises, are of particular concern. As a region of burgeoning economic and political importance, South Asia offers a crucial test of proliferation’s effects Format: Hardcover.

SCENARIO IN NORTHEAST ASIA There is a risk of nuclear proliferation in Northeast Asia. Japan, Taiwan, and North and South Korea all have the technical expertise to be considered virtual nuclear powers which could acquire nuclear weapons in a rela-tively.

The Nonproliferation Policy Education Center's primary focus is on the potentially dangerous spread of nuclear weapons technology.

It also scours the nuclear world for technical information on nuclear industry developments, problems and opportunities.

One can disagree or agree with its research, but for me, it’s a good read. Linden Blue. This Stimson Center book investigates [PDF] the brewing dynamics and challenges to deterrence stability and escalation control in Southern Asia.

George Perkovich’s book. Even after the advent of the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty (NPT) regime, however, some governing elites continued to see reputational, political, and economic rewards in defying international.

Editorial Reviews "Kapur's important new book Dangerous Deterrent sets out to challenge the idea that nuclear weapons are a 'factor for stability' in South Asia and to go beyond the standard arguments of scholars who consider the spread of nuclear weapons to be a danger principally because of the intrinsic character and limitations of the politics, technology, and organizations Pages: in support of its nonproliferation goals in South Asia, enlisting the support of important external actors and organizations, including the international financial institutions.

• The U.S. must retain the ultimate goal of eliminating nuclear weap-ons in South Asia. Toward this end, the U.S. should take tangible. Security Assurances and Nuclear Nonproliferation edited by Jeffrey W.

Knopf. Stanford University Press,pp. Jeffrey Knopf of the Monterey Institute of International Studies assembles a diverse group of experts on global nuclear politics to examine the impact. He is the author of Asia’s Latent Nuclear Powers: Japan, South Korea and Taiwan (IISS Adelphi book), Overcoming Pakistan’s Nuclear Dangers (IISS Adelphi book) and The Iranian Nuclear Crisis: Avoiding Worst-Case Outcomes (IISS Adelphi Paper).

Given the current status of nuclear security and nonproliferation in South Asia, nuclear powers like China, Russia, and the United States should look for a path of engagement for India and Pakistan to be brought into the global nonproliferation regime.

Report of the Study Group sponsored by the Asia Society (Rapporteur Devin T. Hagerty), Preventing Nuclear Proliferation in South Asia, New York: The Asia Society,n.

2, pp. Kanti Bajpai, “Bombs, Wars, Coups, and Hijacks: Making South Asia into a Flashpoint”, in Kanti Bajpai (ed.), Kargil and After: Challenges for Indian Policy. This report, the ninth to be submitted pursuant to section F(c) of the Foreign Assistance Act ofas amended, provides an update on nonproliferation efforts in South Asia, including efforts taken by the United States to achieve a regional agreement on nuclear nonproliferation, and a comprehensive list of the obstacles to concluding such an agreement.

The effect of nuclear weapons on the behaviour of newly nuclear states, and the potential for future international crises, are of particular concern. As a region of burgeoning economic and political importance, South Asia offers a crucial test of proliferation's Price: $ In an intelligent and trenchant debate, the authors look at the implications of a nuclear North Korea for East Asia and U.S.

homeland security, rigorously assessing historical and current U.S. policy, and provide a workable framework for constructive policy that should be followed by the United States, Japan, and South Korea if engagement fails. Past Becomes Present. As it turned out, the pilot was released and the crisis ebbed, another in a recurring series of crises in South Asia.

War scares and nuclear brinkmanship also fueled the Cold War between the United States and the Soviet Union. The world held its breath as leaders squared off over Berlin in and Cuba inand as relations collapsed into the War Scare of Based on this book’s title, its contents would seem to be an argument on the degree of operationality of North Korean nuclear weapons, but since, as the editor clearly writes in the introduction, North Korea “has not achieved nuclear operationality,” the focal point is in fact not the degree of operationality.

Nuclear Proliferation in South Asia: Coping with the Inevitable Pakistan has now tested its own nuclear device. While the prospect of a future limited nuclear exchange on the South Asian. The core principle underlying the strategy of nonproliferation - acceptance of a two tier international nuclear order - has become unsustainable.

Policy makers and those in the academic world need to turn their attention to exploring new proliferation management strategies premised first and foremost on recognizing that nuclear weapons are here to stay and that determined proliferators can not Reviews: 1.

The regime of Kim Jong-Il has been called "mad," "rogue," even, by the Wall Street Journal, the equivalent of an "unreformed serial killer."Yet, despite the avalanche of television and print coverage of the Pyongyang government's violation of nuclear nonproliferation agreements and existing scholarly literature on North Korean policy and security, this critical issue/5.

Nuclear proliferation is the spread of nuclear weapons, fissionable material, and weapons-applicable nuclear technology and information to nations not recognized as "Nuclear Weapon States" by the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons, commonly known as the Non-Proliferation Treaty or eration has been opposed by many nations with and without nuclear weapons, as.

In an intelligent and trenchant debate, the authors look at the implications of a nuclear North Korea for East Asia and U. homeland security, rigorously assessing historical and current U. policy, and provide a workable framework for constructive policy that should be followed by the United States, Japan, and South Korea if engagement.

nuclear proliferation activities, The 9/11 Commission cast into sharp relief two long-standing dilemmas concerning U.S. policy towards Pakistan and South Asia. First, in an often strained security relationship spanning more than five decades, U.S. and Pakistani national security objectives have seldom been congruent.

Pakistan has. Nuclear weapons have enormous destructive power, which makes the containment of nuclear-weapons capability crucially important. Nuclear weapons normally serve as a deterrent against potential aggressors, in the form of a threat of terrible and inevitable reprisal against major attacks.

At the same. Does the proliferation of nuclear weapons cause ongoing conflicts to diminish or to intensify. The spread of nuclear weapons to South Asia offers an opportunity to investigate this crucial question.

Optimistic scholars argue that by threatening to raise the cost of war astronomically, nuclear weapons make armed conflict in South Asia extremely unlikely.

This report assesses the contribution the UN Security Council's permanent five (P-5) members—China, France, Russia, the United Kingdom, and the United States—can make to preventing nuclear proliferation and nuclear terrorism, and it identifies areas where their concerted efforts could be especially useful.

Many of its conclusions may also apply to the threats posed by other so-called. The back-to-back nuclear tests by New Delhi and Islamabad in illustrate the dangers that an arms race in South Asia can have and suggest the temptation that such tests could encourage current non-nuclear-weapon parties to withdraw from the treaty in order to follow suit.

nuclear nonproliferation, engage the much-needed help of countries around the world in weaving the nonproliferation net, and lay the groundwork for a strengthened NPT grand bargain. nuclear nonproliferation are still preferable, and specifically that objectives should be redefined toward a policy of enhancing nuclear security and away from traditional notions of “nonproliferation.” Nuclear dynamics in South Asia The current developments regarding.

During his election campaign, Jimmy Carter dramatized a broad but inchoate popular concern when he promised that curbing the spread of nuclear weapons would be among his highest foreign policy priorities.

Perhaps it is hardly surprising that public attention during tended to focus on his initial highly visible actions and especially on their confrontational by: Since their first nuclear test inNorth Korea has struggled to perfect the required delivery systems.

Kim Jong-un's regime now appears to be close, however. Sung Chull Kim, Michael D. Cohen, and the volume contributors contend that the time to prevent North Korea from achieving this capability is virtually over; scholars and policymakers.

Nuclear Non-proliferation and Arms Control Verification Editors: Irmgard Niemeyer, Mona Dreicer, Gotthard Stein. This book strives to take stock of current achievements and existing challenges in nuclear verification, identify the available information and gaps that can act as drivers for exploring new approaches to verification strategies and technologies.

This is a critical juncture in the nuclear competition in South Asia. An unending arms race is in store for India and Pakistan unless bold ideas for strategic restraint are adopted.

There is a dire need for a tacit agreement not to flight-test MIRVs to encourage deterrence stability and help prevent the adoption of nuclear-warfighting. The first Nuclear Learning course—“Nuclear South Asia: A Guide to India, Pakistan, and the Bomb”—is available for free at "Nuclear South Asia" is the most comprehensive collection of perspectives regarding India and Pakistan's nuclear trajectories available online.

His book ‘Genesis of South Asian Nuclear Deterrence’ was published by the Oxford University Press in His second book on “Learning to Live with The Bomb – Pakistan ” came out in and is a valuable addition to the subject.

He is working as a Senior Research Fellow at CISS, Islamabad.In the event of a nuclear exchange—whether initiated by North Korea or the United States—could have several unforeseen effects on nuclear deterrence in South Asia.

In this essay, I argue the centrality of nuclear weapons in Pakistan’s national security strategy is unlikely to change in the event of a nuclear exchange in North Korea. China eventually signed up to the Non-Proliferation Treaty in the mid s, and then to the Nuclear Suppliers Group in It is not only in the .