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Two Decades Since Pokhran-II Nuclear Tests: A Quick Analytical Survey

Two Decades Since Pokhran-II Nuclear Tests: A Quick Analytical Survey

Nuclear Weapons, Pokhran Tests November 22, 2020 at 8:09 pm 0 comments

Sukla Sen | The ill-advised nuclearization neither enhanced India’s security — defined in terms of the ability to eliminate/minimise external military threats, nor strategic autonomy — the ability to operate more freely on the international stage.

A roadside snack seller passes a poster welcoming Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in Varanasi, India, Friday, Dec. 11, 2015. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi hopes the visit by Abe will be a major step in transforming India into an economic powerhouse with Japan's help in building bullet trains, "smart cities" and nuclear technology exchange. (AP Photo/Rajesh Kumar Singh)

Nuclear Deal between Japan and India: A Brief Stocktaking

Latest December 14, 2015 at 11:53 am 0 comments

Sukla Sen | In absence of access to the actual text of the subject MoU it is a bit hazardous to speculate on the precise status of the agreement on Agreement. It can, however, be safely inferred that while the signing of the MoU is definitely a step ahead towards clinching the Agreement, there exists still some, presumably significant, gap between the proverbial cup and the lip.

The “Breakthrough” on Nuclear Agreement between Modi and Obama: A Reality Check

The “Breakthrough” on Nuclear Agreement between Modi and Obama: A Reality Check

India's Nuclear Expansion February 19, 2015 at 8:37 am 0 comments

So, in sum, while the Sec. 17(b) of the CLNDA is all set to be completely subverted through the provision of free full insurance coverage to the turnkey suppliers out of exclusively Indian taxpayers’ money, though the backup move to read down this provision of the Act does not appear to amount much; the issues as regards the Sec. 46 appear to remain pretty much unresolved.

Disingenuous Diplomacy to Push Forward BJP’s Nuclear Policy: A Rejoinder to Rakesh Sood

Disingenuous Diplomacy to Push Forward BJP’s Nuclear Policy: A Rejoinder to Rakesh Sood

Latest, Nuclear Liability July 3, 2014 at 4:35 pm 0 comments

Sukla sen In his Agenda for nuclear diplomacy1, the author, Rakesh Sood, has rather intriguingly tied up two different issues together. But before taking that up, let’s look into the claim made by the author right at the very beginning of his article: “On June 22, the Narendra Modi government announcedRead More