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Pakistan's Tactical Nuclear Weapons: Conflict Redux

By: Gurmeet Kanwal & Monika Chansoria

Price: $17.50

Publisher: New Delhi, India, KW Publishers: 2014

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 104287

ISBN: 9789381904763

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In paradox, the fact remains that this step has further lowered Pakistans nuclear threshold through the likely use of TNWs. The introduction of TNWs into the tactical battle area further exacerbates credibility of their control. Pakistan has not formally declared a nuclear doctrine, but it is well known that nuclear weapons are its first line of defence. The use of TNWs in the India-Pakistan case will alter the strategic scenario completely as Pakistan would threaten India with the use of TNWs in the event of New Delhi responding against Islamabad with a conventional strike in reaction to a 26... View more info

China: Military Modernisation and Strategy

By: Monika Chansoria

Price: $20.00

Publisher: New Delhi, India, KW Publishers: 2011

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 104374

ISBN: 9789380502687

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China’s strides towards the creation of a formidable military posture, backed by strong economic growth, demonstrate a resolve to assert its claim towards becoming an Asian superpower. By opting to showcase its military prowess to the world, the Chinese armed forces have signalled that they have come a long way from what was essentially a rustic and bucolic ‘Red Army’ that waged a ‘People’s War’ six decades ago. The modernisation programme undertaken by the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) can be interpreted as the foundation of deterrence to attain the objectives of military strat... View more info

Chinese WMD Proliferation in Asia: US Response

By: Monika Chansoria

Price: $13.56

Publisher: New Delhi, India, KW Publishers: 2009

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 104430

ISBN: 8190743198

Condition: New


Through the Cold War years, the US nuclear strategy and arms control policies demonstrated diminutive concern over China’s nuclear capabilities primarily since it did not figure as a major factor in the US nuclear calculus which, in any case, remained centred on Soviet nuclear arsenals. However, the end of the Cold War witnessed China increasing its regional influence on the plank of rising Chinese economic and military power and growing diplomatic and political interchange abroad. From Washington’s perspective, Beijing showed a darker side in its dealings in the realm of proliferation and... View more info