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This book examines an area of the world where nuclear arms control is almost non-existent - China, India and Pakistan - and takes the approach of considering the implications of conventional arms transfers, and in particular India's strategic defences, for nuclear stability. Building on an analysis of their internal politics and attitudes to nuclear policies, it concludes that certain apparently defensive systems and in particular counter-air systems have considerable implications for the retention of nuclear capabilities in the region.
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this book ... does serve the purpose of highlighting the dangers of making one's biases the basis for analysis. (Bharat Karnad, Journal of Strategic Studies.)
An exceptionally well written report that fills a gap in the literature.
Eric Arnett is at S.I.P.R.I. Military Technology and International Security Project.
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Book Description Oxford University Press, 1998. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Seller Inventory # mon0000434406
Book Description Oxford/SIPRI, 1998. Hardback. Condition: VERY GOOD. 1998. Oxford/SIPRI. First. Hardcover. Book-VG+. DJ-VG+, minor wear. 8.75x5.75. 98pp. Tables. 1 map. Seller Inventory # 513417
Book Description Oxford, 1998. Hardback. 1998. Oxford. First. VG/VG. 5.5x8.5. 98pp. Seller Inventory # 352153
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