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Pakistan"s nuclear future

Pakistan"s nuclear future

worries beyond war

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Published by Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College in Carlisle Barracks, PA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nuclear weapons -- Pakistan,
  • Arms race -- Pakistan,
  • Pakistan -- Military policy

  • About the Edition

    This volume was completed just before Pakistani President Musharraf imposed a state of emergency in November 2007. The political turmoil that followed raised concerns that Pakistan"s nuclear assets might be vulnerable to diversion or misuse. This book, which consists of research that the Nonproliferation Policy Education Center (NPEC) commissioned and vetted in 2006 and 2007, details precisely what these worries might be.

    Edition Notes

    StatementHenry D. Sokolski, editor.
    ContributionsSokolski, Henry D., Army War College (U.S.). Strategic Studies Institute.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsUA853.P3 P345 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 378 p. :
    Number of Pages378
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16643229M
    ISBN 101584873337
    ISBN 109781584873334
    LC Control Number2008614459

      Government report reveals Pakistan’s progress on military acquisitions amid financial woes of Defence Production in its “Year Book ” document. the use of tactical nuclear Author: Usman Ansari. At first glance, the logic behind Pakistan's nuclear policy is not too far removed from NATO's so-called "tactical" nuclear doctrine, which, beginning in the early s, was designed to Author: Taylor Dinerman.

      Bruno Tertrais, July “Pakistan’s Nuclear and WMD Programmes: Status, Evolution and Risks” EU Non-Proliferation Consortium 2. Henry D. Sokolski, Jan “Pakistan’s Nuclear Future: Worries Beyond War” Strategic Studies Institute, .   Nuclear policy and South Asia experts talked about Pakistan’s nuclear program. They outlined policy options for a future nuclear deal between the U.S. and Pakistan .

      The United States is also concerned that Pakistan has nuclear weapons and could go to war with its perceived enemy, India. Pakistan craves the Author: Madiha Afzal. National Command Authority (Pakistan) The National Command Authority, (Urdu: نيشنل كمانڈ اتھارٹى; abbreviated as NCA), is the apex civilian led command to oversee the employment, policy formulation, exercises, deployment, research and development, and operational command and control of Pakistan's nuclear arters: Islamabad, Pakistan.


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This book provides a comprehensive account of the mysterious story of Pakistan’s attempt to develop nuclear weapons in the face of severe odds. Hassan Abbas profiles the politicians and scientists involved, and the role of China and Saudi Arabia in supporting Pakistan’s nuclear.

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Pakistan’s Nuclear Future: Reining In the Risk is the 12th collaboration with the Strategic Studies Institute (SSI). Special thanks are due to Tamara Mitchell and Dan Arnaudo for assisting with the editing of the original manuscript.

To the book’s authors, the. The Future of Pakistan. Dr Stephe­n Cohen, one of the world's foremo­st expert­s on Pakist­an, talks about his predic­tions for future of countr­y. Dr Stephen P Cohen, a Senior Fellow at the Washington DC-based think tank the Brookings Institution, is considered as the ‘dean of the Pakistan experts’.

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Nuclear Power in Pakistan (Updated February ) Pakistan has a small nuclear power programme, with MWe capacity operating and MWe under construction, with Chinese help. Pakistan's nuclear weapons capabilities have arisen independently of its civil nuclear.

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The Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission (PAEC), the scientific and nuclear governmental agency. The scenario that I'll focus on here—though I develop more in the book—concerns India and Pakistan and how the two countries might come to the threshold of all-out nuclear : Michael O’Hanlon.

Pakistan's Nuclear Future: Reining in the Risk Published on: Apr Notes: With any attempt to assess security threats, there is a natural tendency to focus first on the worst. Consider the most recent appraisals of Pakistan’s nuclear program.Nisid Hajari ends his book by pointing out that the rivalry between India and Pakistan “is getting more, rather than less, dangerous: the two countries’ nuclear arsenals are growing, militant.ABOUT THE CONTRIBUTORS SHAHID JAVED BURKI, former finance minister of Pakistan, is the chairman of the Institute of Public Policy, a think-tank based in Lahore, Pakistan.

He previously served as chief executive officer of EMP Financial Advisors, LLC. He served at the World Bank for 25 years (–99), as division chief and senior.