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Security and Stability in South Asia

Chris Smith

Security and Stability in South Asia

A Survey and Analysis for the Intelligence and Investment Sectors (Jane"s Special Reports)

by Chris Smith

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  • 37 Currently reading

Published by Jane"s Information Group .
Written in English

  • Cultural studies,
  • International relations,
  • Political structure & processes,
  • Warfare & Defence,
  • Regional Economics,
  • Regional Security Issues,
  • Technology & Industrial Arts,
  • Reference,
  • South East Asia,
  • Military Science,
  • Defenses,
  • Economic conditions,
  • National security,
  • Politics and government,
  • South Asia

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsRobert Hall (Editor), Brett D. Kravitz (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    Number of Pages126
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11240907M
    ISBN 10071061425X
    ISBN 109780710614254

    India, Pakistan, and the Bomb: Debating Nuclear Stability in South Asia Šumit Ganguly. S. Paul Kapur. Series: Contemporary Book Description: Nuclear weapons proliferation in South Asia has been a major international concern because of the region’s violent history and because of India and Pakistan’s refusal to accede to the. May 21,  · Strategic Imperatives for Deterrence Stability in South Asia May 21, by Zafar Khan Conceptually crafting a strategy for South Asian deterrence stability is to understand that (primarily) escalation control is interdependent with deterrence stability—that is, escalation control may not occur without the possible application of deterrence. Technical Report: The role of opacity and transparency in achieving strategic stability in South Asia.

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May 04,  · While lamenting the dearth of literature bringing Pakistan’s perspective on these issues, Naeem Salik assiduously dealt with these delicate topics in separate chapters. His essays were part of a newlypublished edited book entitled “Nuclear Pakistan: Seeking.

South Asia’s Nuclear Postures and South Asian Stability,” International Security 34, no. 3 (/10): ; Michael Krepon, “The Myth of Deterrence Stability Between Nuclear-Armed Rivals,” in Deterrence Instability and Nuclear Weapons in South Asia, ed.

Michael Krepon, Joshua T. Dec 27,  · A recent essay by Robert Kaplan offers fascinating insight into South Asia’s political stability.

Kaplan is the author of an excellent book on From shared security concerns to their Author: Akhilesh Pillalamarri.

South Asian Voices (SAV) is an online platform for strategic analysis on South Asia. Hosted by the Stimson Center in Washington, D.C., SAV seeks to encourage emerging policy analysts and academics from the region to engage in critical inquiry and free-flowing debate on South Asia’s security, political, and economic affairs.

Jan 18,  · WASHINGTON: Pakistan foreign minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi has stressed on Islamabad's commitment towards "security and stability" in South Asia as he met US secretary of state Mike Pompeo and. stability and economic growth in South Asia. This complex relationship is explor ed in the book by different scholars fr om different standpoints.

I commend Ms. Sumita Kumar and her colleagues in the S outh Asia Centre of the IDSA for having brought out this useful volume. It is hoped that the book would raise awareness about South Asia’s.

South Asia's Nuclear Security Dilemma: India, Pakistan, and China. DOI link for South Asia's Nuclear Security Dilemma: India, Pakistan, and China. South Asia's Nuclear Security Dilemma: India, Pakistan, Cited by: 3. Apr 08,  · This book outlines the strategic structure of the rivalry and the dynamic forces driving it, and investigates various possible solutions.

The expert contributors focus on the India-Pakistan rivalry, but also consider the China factor in South Asia's nuclear security Lowell Dittmer. Jun 07,  · A cursory glance at the above table would reveal that South Asia is undergoing a remarkable structural change that would ultimately lead to a power shift in favor of India as a dominant power.

Ever since the advent to power of the Modi government in India inIndia’s domestic environment has undergone a radical rightward shift. The most likely setting for the world's first nuclear war, observers generally agree, is South Asia, where India and Pakistan harbor small, undeclared nuclear arsenals and deep, often-declared mutual animosity.

global economy from a peaceful and stable South Asia, as indeed a promising peace dividend for the people in the region. Since the nuclear tests by India and then Pakistan in Maythe focus on this region has been almost exclusively on the nuclear dimension of the confrontation between the two states.

In reality, security in South Asia. Preface Acknowledgements 1. Security in South Asia: An Introduction Human Security: Empowerment and Protection Ethnic Strife in South Asia.

Regional Security Framework 3. Economic Interdependence: A Global Security Idiom The Case of Intra-regional trade and SAPTA The Case of Intra-Regional Exports.

South Asia: An Investigation of the Security Situation in the Region The. Food Security and Sociopolitical Stability in South Asia Food Security and Sociopolitical Stability in South Asia Chapter: (p) 16 Food Security and Sociopolitical Stability in South Asia Public users can however freely search the site and view the abstracts and keywords for each book and chapter.

Regional and Global Security from Non-Proliferation to Post-Proliferation," in Shelley A. Stahl and Geoffrey Kemp, eds., Arms Control and Proliferation in the Middle East and South Asia (New York.

Publisher: Pentagon Press This book examines the forces and processes which have led to relative political stability or unleashed trends in that direction in some countries of South Asia. It also delves into the factors that have stimulated economic growth in some countries, and impeded economic growth in others.

Eminent authors from the region examine how far the. CISS launched its second book in the CISS book series entitled “Nuclear Pakistan, Seeking Security and Stability.” “Pakistan should not be apologetic about its nuclear program”, this was stated by Pakistan’s former foreign minister Ambassador (R) Inam-ul-Haque while speaking at the launch of the book on, Nuclear Pakistan: Seeking Security and Stability; at Islamabad Club.

The second part, China’s security interests in Afghanistan, reviews Beijing’s Afghan policy interests in the post 9/11 era. iii. The third part, Implications for regional stability and security, examines the US and Chinese balancing in Afghanistan to draw implications for stability and security in South Asia.

This volume explores the complex relationship between food security and sociopolitical stability up to roughly Organized around a series of original essays by leading global technical experts, a key message of this volume is that actions taken in an effort to address food security stressors may have consequences for food security.

As the center of the world rice market, East and Southeast Asia is the focal point for a number of challenges to regional and global political stability.

Rice is increasingly the food staple of the poor, so food security depends on keeping rice prices reasonably low and stable.

This is a difficult task, as El Niño events challenge the stability of rice production in the region and individual. CISS Team led by Dr. Naeem Salik CISS Senior Research Fellow, participated in a round-table on Review of Strategic Stability in South Asia: A Discussion with Pakistani Scholars at the South Asia Center of Atlantic Council in Washington D.C, chaired by Dr.

Bharath Gopalswamy, Director South Asia Program at Atlantic Council. Senior Research Officer Ms. Saima Sial and Research Officer Mr. This book explores evolving patterns of nuclear deterrence, the impact of new technologies, and changing deterrent force postures in the South Asian region to assess future challenges for sustainable peace and stability.

Under the core principles of the security dilemma, this book analyzes the preva. Aug 10,  · MEMORANDUM FOR THE CHAIRMAN, INTERNATIONAL SECURITY ADVISORY BOARD (ISAB) SUBJECT: Terms of Reference -- ISAB Study on South Asian Security and Strategic Stability.

The ISAB is requested to undertake a study of South Asian Security and Strategic Stability. The South Asian region is of great importance to U.S. security interests. Monika Barthwal-Datta, in Understanding Security Practices in South Asia, observes that security in the region remains, in the eyes of many, mainly about military-political challenges.

However, for the common people living in South Asia, life is riddled with insecurities emerging from several issues which are separate from the security concerns Author: Zulfiqar Ali. Strategic Stability in South Asia: An Indian Perspective Brig.

(Indian Army, retired) Gurmeet Kanwal Prepared by Sandia National Laboratories Albuquerque, New Mexico and Livermore, California Sandia National Laboratories is a multimission laboratory managed and operated.

The U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Scientific and Technical Information. Strategic Stability in Asia makes this collection a timely contribution to the discussion of the changing paradigms of international relations and security studies. Strategic Stability in Asia details the strategic perceptions of six Asian states: China, South Korea, India.

Get this from a library. Maintaining stability and security in South-East Asia. [Richard Latter]. Jan 01,  · East Asia was a stable region inmarked by general progress toward the goals laid down by the various national leaderships.

In Japan, Prime Minister Yasuhiro Nakasone's election to a second two-year term signified continuity in foreign policy and particularly in the partnership between Washington and Tokyo. Not only is the close security relationship with the United States being Author: Takashi Oka.

This project focuses on Indian responses to conflict in its neighbouring countries, with an emphasis on cooperative avenues to resolution. Historically, India has alternated between active engagement, neutral brokerage, and subtle persuasion in attempting to achieve desired conflict management and foreign policy goals with its war-torn neighbours, including Nepal and Sri Lanka.

guarantor of stability in South Asia and would mitigate the conflicts, yet the deterrence specific eminence attached to them make the nuclear optimists’ arguments more persuasive. Strategic Stability in South Asia: Challenges and Implications for India [Zubin Bhatnagar] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

South Asia one of the most populous, densely populated and volatile regions in the world remains in a state of Author: Zubin Bhatnagar. Indian Ocean - Security Trends South Asia. Geopolitical Trends. Geopolitics,Regional Politics, Zero sum game.

Security Issues. China In South Asia. India China Relations, India China Issues, India's China Pol.

China PLA. China PLA- Security risk south asia. Nuclear/Missiles. Nuclear - Security Issues South Asia. Defence Cooperation. SOUTH ASIAN SECURITY Professeur(s): Mélissa Levaillant Année universitaire Semestre de printemps Descriptif du cours This course aims to be a global introduction to South Asian security issues.

It is intended to enable students to develop an informed and detailed knowledge of contemporary security issues in South Asia. Understanding Security Practices in South Asia Reviewed by Zulfiqar Ali Understanding Security Practices in South Asia: Securitization Theory and the Role of Non-State Actors.

By Monika Barthwal-Datta London: Routledge STABILITY book review Ali, Z Book Review: Understanding Security Practices in South Asia. Stability, 1(1): POLITICAL ECONOMY OF REGIONAL INTEGRATION IN SOUTH ASIA Priyanka Kher Abstract Although it has been decades since the creation of the South Asia Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC), regional integration in South Asia is still a long distance from priority for South Asian countries.

Jul 01,  · India, Pakistan, and the Bomb. Debating Nuclear Stability in South Asia. Šumit Ganguly and S. Paul Kapur. Columbia University Press.

Islamabad: Discussing Strategic Stability of South Asia, the defense analysts stressed that Pakistan and India must show urge to resolve all core outstanding issues to achieve ultimately peace and stability in South Asian region.

Expert’s unanimous voiced to have composite dialogue process initiated as earlier possible time frame with people to people contacts, and trade relations having. impact on international peace and security.

South Asia poses many potential threats to regional and global peace and security: it has two (one of the five permanent members of the UN Security Council), SOUTH ASIA IN THE WORLD 3. Central Asia (and Russia beyond), the Middle East and South-East Asia. the stability of the nuclear.

Throughout history, Central Asia has formed an important strategic link between the East and the West and been described as the ‘great pivot’ in the early-twentieth century. This book looks at the relations between the Central Asian states. However, strategic stability in South Asia has remained elusive and in recent years with the breakdown of the ‘Composite Dialogue’ process and growing frequency and intensity of firing incidents across the Line of Control as well as the Working Boundary, new challenges to strategic stability have emerged.

Feb 02,  · The Center for Global Security Research (CGSR) sponsored this seminar entitled "Strategic Stability in South Asia: Recent Developments" on July 14,at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.Jul 14,  · Strategic Stability in South Asia: Recent Developments.

The Center for Global Security Research (CGSR) sponsored this seminar entitled "Strategic Stability in South Asia: Recent Developments" on July 14,at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. The seminar was presented by Brig.

Gen. Gurmeet Kanwal (Retd) and Monika Chansoria.Jun 08,  · Considering the same, surgical strikes could emerge as the military response that India has sought to forge to respond to Pakistan’s sub-conventional war and that strengthens deterrence-stability in South Asia.

Deterrence-Stability in South Asia. Since India and Pakistan crossed the nuclear rubicon inproliferation pessimists have.