THE FUTURE OF US NUCLEAR POLICY
Aarti S · 15 Mar, 1998 · #67 · Commentary
A seminar was held by the IPCS with a visiting group from the U.S. National Academy of Sciences (NAS) to discuss their report "The Future of U.S. Nuclear Policy". The visiting NAS group included John P.Holdren, Director, Program in Sci...
Selig Harrison: Some Reflections
Kiran Doshi · 28 Feb, 1998 · #64 · Commentary
Selig Harrisons recent study is the most serious attempt to date to find a way out of the dead-end in which the
find themselves on the nuclear issue. For many years now the
has striven to curb the nu...
BJP and Indian Nuclear Policy
· 28 Feb, 1998 · #61 · Commentary
As the country gears up for the counting of votes in early March, questions are already being raised on the policies of a future government. The BJP is clearly in the lead and is the party that is likely to win the maximum seats. Will it be able t...
BJP’s Nuclear Agenda
PR Chari · 20 Feb, 1998 · #60 · Commentary
In its election manifesto the BJP has declared that it would: -
· Re-evaluate the country&rs...
The Huntington thesis
PR Chari · 09 Feb, 1998 · #58 · Commentary
It is beguilingly simple. Samuel Huntington—the Harvard guru of civilizational politics—notes that
has three options in the post-Cold War world. Ally with the
; remain neutral following the tradition ...
Chirac comes calling
· 04 Feb, 1998 · #57 · Commentary
The honoured guest at the Republic Day parade on the 50th year of Indian independence was President Jacques Chirac of
. When many world leaders declined to visit
due to the terminal state of its current polit...
Huntington’s choice for India
Dr. Giri Deshingkar · 29 Jan, 1998 · #56 · Commentary
Indians have a weakness for Westerners-any kind-management gurus, economists, and diplomats, giving their opinions on what Indians should do. And Westerns oblige by doing precisely that when they are lecturing in
India . The latest is Profes...
The Grand Bargain
Michael Krepon · 28 Jan, 1998 · #55 · Commentary
Nuclear bargains — grand or otherwise — require governments able and willing to compromise on sensitive subjects. It is far from clear that this basic prerequisite is in place in the
United States , or will soon be in place in
Govt. Denials on Reductions in Army Manpower
PR Chari · 27 Jan, 1998 · #54 · Commentary
The issue of manpower reductions in the Indian Army is getting curiouser and curiouser. Let’s start with the denial by the Government (The Hindu--January 16). This described newspaper reports asserting that the Cabinet had approved a plan to...
Manpower Reduction In The Army
· 27 Jan, 1998 · #53 · Commentary
1. The Chief of the Army Staff, General VP Malik, recently announced that the strength of the Army was to be reduced by 50,000 soldiers. ...