Follow @southasiaanalys

SOUTH ASIA AND THE IMPACT OF AFGHANISTAN EVENTS: An Analysis

 

 

Paper 369                                                    04.12.2001

by Dr. Subhash Kapila

The USA's Afghan Ops: critical analysis IX

Paper No. 370                                             07-12-2001

by B. Raman

 It is already two months since the US-led war against terrorism was launched in Afghanistan and it will shortly be three since the horrendous terrorist strikes of September 11,2001, in the US.

NPT-REVIEW CONFERENCE 2000 AND INDIA: A COMMENTARY

Paper no. 1117

Background:

The Non Proliferation Treaty that entered into force in 1970 was indefinitely extended in 1995.

NPT REVIEW CONFERENCE 2000: so near yet so far

               Paper no. 118

PAKISTAN’S NUCLEAR CAPABILITY: Fallacious Claims

Paper no. 224          05. 04. 2001

by  Dr. S. Chandrasekharan

Nuclear weapons, like all technology are morally and politically neutral . . . Weapons are not actors but pliant tools to be used or misused by fallible human beings. : Ernest W. Lefever, Foreign Affairs. , November/ December 2000. USA

Chashma Power Plant: Chasnupp will continue to be accident prone

Paper no. 295          16. 08. 2001

by Dr. S. Chandrasekharan

In a recent paper (www.saag.org/papers3/paper290) we had referred to a possible nuclear accident in the Chinese supplied Chashma nuclear power station that was formally inaugurated in May 2001 after a trial run of over one year.  The station is said to have been closed down for a few days.    There has been no reference to the accident in the media except for strong denials from the authorities.

Nuclear Pakistan : Implications for National and International Security

Paper no.429    20. 03. 2002

 

 by Dr. Rajesh Kumar Mishra

Nuclear threats in the post cold war world can be discussed in a wide spectrum of vulnerable security scenarios ranging from the possible involvement of either the state or non-state actors to the motivated opportunistic collaboration of the two.

Pages

Subscribe to South Asia Analysis Group RSS