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Pakistan has selected to test the Ghaznavi a short range solid fuelled, road mobile ballistic missile for deeper nuclear signalling at a time when India has indicated NFU could be reviewed.
As the United States withdrew from the INF treaty banning development and testing of non strategic weapons, proliferation impact of the same on Indo Asia Pacific needs consideration
Is the policy of the Indian government on nuclear No First Use (NFU) moving towards cultivated ambiguity or is this a case of adopting a launch-on-warning option as a modified NFU?
A tweet by Mr Rajnath Singh, India’s Defence Minister from his personal Twitter Account @Rajnath Singh on India’s no first use nuclear commitment has taken the social media by storm.
Major stake holders, particularly the Two Koreas and the USA, must work with focus and resolve, looking for small goals initially and then building on them gradually suggests the Author
Modernisation of delivery, a viable triad, dilemma of conventional and the nuclear missile systems and change in NFU posture to LOW need tracking.
China Underground Steel Great Wall could guarantee security of country strategic arsenal against potential attacks, including those from future hypersonic weapons.
Prime Minister Modi received the crew of Strategic Strike Nuclear Submarine (SSBN) INS Arihant returned from first deterrence patrol demo India's survivable nuclear triad.
The DRDO tested tactical SSM Prahar after seven years, known information of the missile is scanty but test could have deeper implications on India’s conventional and nuclear posture.
A periodic review of China’s nuclear capability to include doctrine, force organisation and modernisation trends denotes incremental accretions to strategic deterrence
A survey of nuclear related developments reveal that while China and Pakistan are progressively enhancing their nuclear capabilities India remains a laggard
SIPRI estimates that India is expanding nuclear weapon stockpile and infrastructure for producing nuclear warheads which may result in an increase in numbers.
The PLARF is said to be holding 234 warheads assigned to China’s land- and sea-based ballistic missiles.
Tracing development of nuclear doctrines of China, India and Pakistan and their development of capabilities in the light of geopolitics of current atomic weapons proliferation
Pakistan’s nuclear doctrine not published though such document may exist in portals of NSC or Strategic Planning Directorate.
China’s nuclear doctrine based on strategic culture with civilisation as well as communist perspective.
India’s nuclear doctrine includes Building and maintaining credible minimum deterrent posture of "No First Use”.
Fu Ying, chairperson of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the National People's Congress (NPC) reaffirmed commitment to principle of No First Use and restricted number of warheads.
Tailored Deterrence proposed in the US NPR 2018 suits Indian posture to face twin threats with varied characteristics
A summary of points relevant in the Indian context is covered herein
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