Chair: Rajaram Panda
Discussants: J Madan Mohan and Sitakanta Mishra
Chair: Brahma Chellaney
Discussants: R R Subramanian and Sitakanta Mishra
Chair: R Rajagopalan
Discussants: G Balachandran and R R Subramanian
Venue: IDSA Seminar Room, 1 Development Enclave, Delhi Cantonment
On April 5, 2009, President Barack Obama delivered a landmark speech in Prague in which he outlined the US policy on nuclear weapons.
The two global trends of multipolarity (rising powers) and non-polarity (failing states) are strongly present in the South Asian geopolitical context.
Contrary to the arguments of proliferation pessimists, this article contends that the overt nuclearization of South Asia has contributed to stability in the region.
The tenth anniversary of India and Pakistan's 1998 nuclear tests enables scholars to revisit the issue of South Asian proliferation with a decade of hindsight.
As the new government headed by Likud leader Benjamin Netanyahu takes charge in Jerusalem, it seems that there are no easy solutions to what Israel perceives to be its central strategic question – how