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Nuclear Weapons and International Security
N.C. Asthana IPSAnjali Nirmal Nuclear Weapons and International Security (ISBN: 978-81-7132-864-2)
Pages: xxii+295
Price: Rs. 1500
Format: Hard Bound
ISBN: 978-81-7132-864-2
Availability: Yes
Published in 2017
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Nuclear weapons are there to stay forever. Nations may keep on talking of disarmament, universal peace and development but still keep a fearsome inventory of nuclear weapons. The USA, even as its military power is unchallenged in the world, is still spending a whopping $ 1000 billion on the modernization of its nuclear weapons—other nations are bleeding themselves dry anyway. It is because no one can guarantee that nuclear weapons would never be used. Had that been the case, there was no point of keeping them in the first place! No one should believe that whatever that is too horrible to think of cannot happen. This means that in future wars, nuclear weapons can indeed be used and we must be prepared for it. It is therefore imperative that we must analyze the subject of nuclear weapons and international security comprehensively in all its dimensions. This is what this book does. The notions which you have derived from TV, films or popular articles are all wrong. This book, written by eminent scholars including a nuclear scientist, busts all the myths associated with the business of wars and nuclear weapons. In one cover, this book provides comprehensive and absolutely authentic information on the nuclear weapons and policies of North Korea, Israel, Iran, China, Pakistan, USA, Russia, England, France and India. Indians, of all the people in the world, cannot afford to be not interested in nuclear weapons because we are surrounded by two hostile neighbours who are both nuclear powers. Hence whether you are a lay man; a student of military science, defence & strategic studies; a media person; a policy-maker; or in the armed forces, you must read this book so that you understand the dangers that we are facing.



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