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There is a growing literature on the Indo-Pakistani nuclear rivalry and both countries’ nuclear weapons build-up, using a variety of realist/neorealist approaches, and focusing on how to stabilize nuclear deterrence in South Asia, but there is a dearth of constructivist analyses of the India-Pakistan nuclear conundrum. The purpose of this book is to fill that gap, providing a foundation upon...
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Reproduced with permission from the United Nations Geospatial Information Section. http://www.un.org/Depts/Cartographic/map/profile/Souteast-Asia.pdf. Map No. 4140, Rev. 4, December 2011.
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The conventional wisdom is that nuclear weapons in South Asia “are now an irreversible reality.” See e.g., Vipin Narang, “Posturing for Peace?: Pakistan’s Nuclear Postures and South Asian Stability,” International Security 34:3 (Winter 2009/10), 77–78. Real nuclear arms control in the...
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The United States failed to prevent India and Pakistan from testing nuclear weapons in May 1998. The economic sanctions imposed after the tests were not sustained long enough to become effective, and in the 2000s the United States abandoned the goal of rolling back both countries’ nuclear weapons programs, limiting itself—after the 1999 Kargil war—to “manage”...
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Mario E. Carranza (PhD, University of Chicago, 1987) is professor of political science in the Department of History, Political Science, and Philosophy at Texas A&M University-Kingsville. His articles on nuclear proliferation in South Asia have appeared in The Nonproliferation Review, Asian Survey, International Politics, and...
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