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The Iran Nuclear Deal: Advantage India: Some Observations

Paper No. 5909                                Dated 07-Apr-2015

By Dr. S. Chandrasekharan

It is a sad reflection of our foreign policy that one has to give the title as “advantage India” after the recent  framework that was signed on 2nd April between P5 plus one and Iran on a nuclear deal.  This in due course is supposed to be translated into a final agreement by June 30.

Kargil and Nuclear Deterrence:

Paper No. 71

FMCT and India- Part III


Limited Deterrence – More questions than answers

Paper.No. 17

"To win one hundred victories in one hundred battles is not the acme of skill. To subdue the enemy without fighting is the supreme excellence." sun tzu

In its first declaratory policy after self announced status of a nuclear weapons state the Govt. of India said that

Fissile Material Cut-off Treaty and India: Part I

Paper No. 14

by Dr. S. Chandrasekharan

With the nuclear tests by India and Pakistan in May 1998, the whole non proliferation scenario has changed. In the negotiations leading to the Prep Com for 2000 Review conference, the attempts of nuclear weapon powers will be to keep what they have and deny the same privileges to the two nuclear powers that have gate crashed. The following is a part of a series we propose to discuss FMCT and other related issues.

CTBT and CTBTO- II (Feed back)

paper No. 9

The response to our paper on CTBT and CTBTO was very satisfying and evoked quite a few queries. Some of the points mentioned are clarified in this note.

1. How can the CTBT be described as non discriminatory when the weapon States are allowed to retain the weapons?

CTBT & CTBTO : where does India stand?

Paper No. 8


by Dr. S. Chandrasekharan

Following Pokharan II tests, USA and India have been carrying on bilateral talks over a range of issues from non proliferation to security relating to India and Pakistan.


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