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ISSN:2277-5811 (P), ISSN:2278-9065 (O)
Frequency: Half Yearly
South Asia and the Concept of Strategic Stability
Author:Mohd Rizwana*, Z. Bhatnagar b
Abstract:
After the May 1998 nuclear tests in South Asia conducted by both India and Pakistan and declaring themselves as Nuclear Power the entire region of South Asia has become one of the most strategically tensed zone of the world. Its worthwhile here to say that both the above countries have chronic bilateral disputes along with severe tension on their border. On the other hand the complex border dispute between India and China simultaneously a Pak-China association against India make the things more challenging for the strategic balance and maintaining peace and stability in this region. The present work examines and analyses various theoretical aspects of strategic balance in South Asia with the expectations it shall help the concerned researchers and keen students to their studies.
Keywords:Key Words: South Asia, Strategic Stability, Nuclear Power, Pak-China Association, Chronic Bilateral Disputes.
DOI:10.46333/ijtc/12/2/6
International Journal of Trade & Commerce (Vol: 12 Issue:2)
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