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Title
The China-India Nuclear Crossroads / Lora Saalman, editor & translator.
Published
Washington, D.C. : Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 2012.
 
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Physical description1 online resource (x, 218 pages)
SeriesBooks at JSTOR All Purchased.
BibliographyIncludes bibliographical references and index.
Contents1. Bridging historical nuclear gaps / Arun Prakash, Yang Yi -- 2. Thinking beyond nuclear doctrine and strategy / Pan Zhenqiang, P.K. Singh -- 3. Comparing nuclear pledges and practice / C. Uday Bhaskar, Nie Hongyi -- 4. Revisiting no first use and minimum deterrence / Li Bin, Srikanth Kondapalli -- 5. Linking strategic stability and ballistic missile defense / Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan, Yao Yunzhu -- 6. Recalibrating deterrence theory and practice / Li Deshun, Kalyan Kemburi -- 7. Parsing the comprehensive test ban treaty / Swaran Singh, Fan Jishe -- 8. Verifying fissile material futures / Zou Yunhua, N.S. Prathibha -- 9. Shoring up the nonproliferation regime / Rajesh Rajagopalan, Li Hong -- 10. Sizing up the nuclear suppliers group / Liu Siwei, Rajesh Rajagopalan -- 11. Converging nuclear energy programs / V.S. Arunachalam [and others] -- 12. Building mutual confidence / Cheng Ruisheng [and others].
SummaryGlobal power is shifting to Asia. The U.S. military is embarking on an American "pivot" to the Indo-Pacific region, and the bulk of global arms spending is directed toward Asian theaters. India and Pakistan are thought to be building up their nuclear arsenals while questions persist about China's potential to "sprint to parity." China remains by far the world's largest market for new nuclear energy production, and India aspires to be on a similar trajectory. Despite these trends, The China-India Nuclear Crossroads is the first serious book by leading Chinese and Indian experts to examine the political, military, and technical factors that affect Sino-Indian nuclear relations. In this book, editor and translator Lora Saalman presents a comprehensive framework through which China and India can pursue enhanced cooperation and minimize the unintended consequences of their security dilemmas.
Other authorSaalman, Lora, editor, translator.
JSTOR, issuing body.
SubjectNuclear weapons -- Government policy -- China.
Nuclear weapons -- Government policy -- India.
China -- Foreign relations -- India.
India -- Foreign relations -- China.
Electronic books.
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ISBN0870033042 (electronic book)
9780870033049 (electronic book)
9780870032707 (cloth)
0870032704 (cloth)
9780870032691 (paperback)
0870032690 (paperback)
Publisher NumberEB00642174 Recorded Books
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Global power is shifting to Asia. The U.S. military is embarking on an American "pivot" to the Indo-Pacific region, and the bulk of global arms spending is directed toward Asian theaters. India and Pakistan are thought to be building up their nuclear arsenals while questions persist about China's potential to "sprint to parity." China remains by far the world's largest market for new nuclear (read more)
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Nehru, Jawaharlal (1889-1964); Singh, Manmohan; Li Bin; Clinton, Bill; Obama, Barack;Bush, George W; Gandhi, Rajiv; Saunders, Phillip C; Warrick, Joby; ElBaradei, Mohamed
Topics
Nuclear tests; Arms control & disarmament; Bans; Nuclear energy; Science
Location
India; China; United States--US; Pakistan; Beijing China; South Asia; Russia; Union of Soviet Socialist Republics--USSR; Taiwan; Asia
Organization
Nuclear Suppliers Group; Jawaharlal Nehru University; International Atomic Energy Agency--IAEA; Tsinghua University; United Nations--UN; United Nations Security Council; Carnegie Endowment for International Peace; Sichuan University; Congress; Fudan University
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