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South Asia on a Short Fuse

Achin Vanaik (Author) Praful Bidwai (Editor)
Synopsis This is an incisive critique of reliance on nuclear weapons for security, both globally and in South Asia. The book addresses a range of issues including the ethics of war, the delusions of deterrence, post-Cold War policies and power equations, and current global security dilemmas. The authors argue that nuclearization has made South Asia the world’s ‘most dangerous place’, eroding the stature of India and Pakistan and distorting their priorities. As the world stands on the brink, disarmament is the only alternative to a ruinous arms race.
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About the author

Praful Bidwai

Praful Bidwai is an analytical journalist, a political columnist, and a social science researcher with special interest in labour, human rights, peace and justice issues.

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Title South Asia on a Short Fuse
Format Softcover
Date published: 01.01.2002
Language: English
isbn 0195656156
length xlix+354p.