January 22, 2014

Why India and Pakistan Have Nukes

Raja Menon, The Hindu

The Associated Press

India intends to deter nuclear use by Pakistan while Pakistan’s nuclear weapons are meant to compensate for conventional arms asymmetry.

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TAGGED: Nuclear Weapons, Pakistan, India

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