India's nuclear profile, doctrine, and practices have evolved rapidly since the country's nuclear breakout in 1998. However, the outside world's understanding of India's doctrinal debates, forward-looking strategy, and technical developments are still two decades behind the present. India and Nuclear Asia will fill that gap in our knowledge by focusing on the post-1998 evolution of Indian nuclear thought, its arsenal, the triangular rivalry with Pakistan and China, and New Delhi's nonproliferation policy approaches.
Yogesh Joshi and Frank O'Donnell show how India's nuclear trajectory has evolved in response to domestic, regional, and global drivers.
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Ali Ahmed, author and independent analyst
Frank O'Donnell, co-author, India and Nuclear Asia: Forces, Doctrine, and Dangers
Manoj Joshi, Distinguished Fellow, ORF
Rakesh Sood, Distinguished Fellow, ORF
Yogesh Joshi, co-author, India and Nuclear Asia: Forces, Doctrine, and Dangers
The timing of this event is from 10:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.