Nuclear Security: Strategies And Techniques
The Minimum Means of nuclear deployment and arms control patterns stem from the belief that deterrence is relatively unaffected by changes in the size, configuration, and readiness of nuclear forces. The overall goal of the book is to provide information about nuclear security activities and thereby reducing the risk of a successful act of nuclear terrorism. Its role in achieving this goal consists of the following broad areas: facilitating the development of, and adherence to, legally binding and non-binding international instruments: developing international community : providing related assessment services, training, equipment and technical advice and providing or facilitating exchange of information and related services.
I K KHAN
I.K Khan had done his M.A from AAligah University and completed his PhD from J.M.I in 1992. He has done extensive research on Islamic studies and traditions. His articles published in the leading magazines and periodicals of India, Pakistan and other countries are acclaimed for their analytical approach, in-depth study and dispassionate criticism. He has a number of published books and papers in reputed national and international journals to his credit. He is also heading multi-disciplinary research organizations and development devoted to research and advocacy on the different sections of Indian society.
Preface vii 1. Nuclear Security: Technology and Experience 1 2. Foundation of National Security 31 3. Economic and Alternative Security 56 4 Program Dimensions and Elements 93 5. Cooperative Security: Threat Reduction 113 6. Policy Process in Nuclear Security 136 7. Strategic and Political Implications of Missiles 169 8. Influence of Modern Weapons on Security 202 9. Impact of Nuclear Testing 224 10. Pakistan’s Nuclear Parity with India 242 11. India’s Space Program: Technology for Development 269 12. Air and Sea as National Power of Security 286 13. Nuclear Arms Control Agenda for India 313 14. Post-Nuclear Global Security 330 Bibliography 369 Index 371