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Pakistan Nuclear Power
A NORMAL NUCLEAR PAKISTAN  By Toby Dalton and Michael Krepon

Pakistan has worked hard and successfully to build diverse nuclear capabilities. It will retain these capabilities for the foreseeable future as a necessary deterrent against perceived existential threats from ...Read more >

48 Pages
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PAKISTANíS TACTICAL NUCLEAR WARHEADS AND INDIAíS NUCLEAR DOCTRINE  By Gurmeet Kanwal

This brief analyses the efficacy of tactical nuclear warheads (TNWs) as weapons of warfighting. It examines the likely impact of its use by Pakistan on the columns of the Indian Army advancing across the IB ...Read more >

10 Pages
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WHY STATES SEEK NUCLEAR WEAPONS. THE CASE OF PAKISTAN  By Alex Calvo

The development of nuclear weapons led to two different views of their nature, with some claiming the fundamental nature of warfare had not been affected, and others seeing them as marking a new era in the field of human conflict. ...Read more >

10 Pages
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PAKISTANíS FOURTH REACTOR AT KHUSHAB NOW APPEARS OPERATIONAL  By David Albright and Serena Kelleher-Vergantini

Pakistanís Khushab nuclear site, located 200 kilometers south of Islamabad, is dedicated to the production of plutonium for nuclear weapons. Its expansion appears to be part of an effort to increase the production of ...Read more >

7 Pages
2.02 MB
PAKISTAN AS A NUCLEAR POWER : NUCLEAR RISKS, REGIONAL CONFLICTS AND THE DOMINAN ROLE OF THE MILITARY  

This 30-page German study mainly focuses on the following three research questions: How secure are Pakistanís nuclear weapons as well as its nuclear facilities? How stable is the domestic political situation in Pakistan? What are the perspectives for the ongoing Pakistan-India ...Read more >

30 Pages
238 KB
A CONVERSATION WITH GEN. KHALID KIDWAI  By Khalid Kidwai

Since 1988 when both India and Pakistan tested nuclear explosive devices there has been one central figure whose vision and leadership has shaped Pakistanís nuclear ...Read more >

21 Pages
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