An Analysis of Past Indo-Pakistan Nuclear Crises

Prof. Dr. Razia Musarrat

Abstract


After more than half of a century, Pakistan and India are still trapped in history of events right from 1947 o date. Differences between two nations have been and still based on suspicion and distrust and resultantly charged emotions of both nations have often pushed relations between the two nations far beyond normal limits. Since partition of 1947, military history of both Pakistan and India is comprised of repeated military misadventures. Nuclear development of both countries has added much complexity to the security scenario. This study examines nuclear crises dimension of security relations between two nations. Historic enmity between the relations of both countries demands a serious analysis of past Indo-Pakistan nuclear crises.

*Complete study of previously published in-complete work in Al-Siyasa: University of Punjab Lahore


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5296/jsr.v1i1.3946

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