JOURNAL OF DEFENCE STUDIES

India in Nuclear Asia: Evolution of Regional Forces, Perceptions and Policies

S. Samuel C. Rajiv is Associate Fellow at the Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses, New Delhi. Click here for detailed profile
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  • January-March 2019
    Volume: 
    13
    Issue: 
    1
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    In India in Nuclear Asia, authors Yogesh Joshi and Frank O’Donnell do a rigorous job of unpacking the layers that have constituted India’s nuclear journey, especially since going overtly nuclear in May 1998. They distil the key aspects pertaining to India’s nuclear force developments, the evolution and challenges facing its nuclear doctrine and the key rationales as they see underpinning New Delhi’s non-proliferation policies. The fundamental burden of the book relates to the need for the government to promulgate a strategic defence review (SDR) to clearly enunciate the role that nuclear weapons will play in the country’s grand strategy.

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