India’s Nuclear Arms Control Quandary

By Ramamurti Rajaraman | March 1, 2010

While the international community seems ready to move forward on the CTBT, FMCT,
and achieving nuclear zero, New Delhi’s participation likely will be
limited until its leaders believe that they possess a nuclear arsenal capable of
minimal deterrence.

As the Russian invasion of Ukraine shows, nuclear threats are real, present, and dangerous

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