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Geopolitics' May issue takes a look at the emergence of India's nuclear arsenal. It has been 20 years since the country became a nuclear weapon power. In all these years, it has been enhancing its nuclear arsenal and command structure to ensure the viability of the force against the growing nuclear prowess of both Pakistan and China. Indepth reports on how India has been following an evolutionary approach to its missile development and warhead designs. Does India have a proper nuclear doctrine in the strict sense of the term? Since it does not, is it the time to have one? Also, the 1998 nuclear tests impacted India and Pakistan's security as well as their international status. In this context, Geopolitics discusses two issues: Did the tests lead to the development of a credible nuclear deterrent; and did nuclearisation secure India against the twin threats of Pakistan and China? Plus: all the regular features including interviews with DRDO Chairman, UEC representative and Uralvagonzavod
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