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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.

PAKISTAN'S NUCLEAR BLACKMAILING: Spreading fear of nuclear terror

 

Paper no. 482           26. 06. 2002

  by Dr. Rajesh Kumar Mishra   

PAKISTAN AS A PROLIFERATOR STATE : Blame it on Dr. A.Q. Khan

Paper no. 567        20. 12. 2002

Dr. Rajesh Kumar Mishra

Nuclear Proliferation Concerns in South Asia: Needs a pragmatic US approach

 

Paper no. 685           12. 03. 2004

by Dr Rajesh Kumar Mishra

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