In the prevailing international security situation, the world community, including India believes nuclear security must be conferred high priority for global peace and security. As a responsible member of this community, India finds itself prioritising this aspect more than ever before. The volume is a revisit of the Indian nuclear discourse. It envisages a comprehensive and predictable nuclear governance architecture for the future, and discusses how India might play a proactive role in this effort.
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Table of Contents
Introduction: Global Nuclear Governance in the Making ; 1. India’s Nuclear Infrastructure Status and Challenges; 2. Global Nuclear Governance and India; 3. India and the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty: Lessons for Outlier States; 4. Proliferation-Resistant Nuclear Systems; 5. The Global Centre for Nuclear Energy Partnership An Indian Answer to the Nuclear Security Challenge; 6. What Next for India’s Nuclear Diplomacy?; 7. The Humanitarian Initiative to Ban Nuclear Weapons and India’s Strategic Engagement
Reshmi Kazi, Associate Professor, Jamia Milia University
Åshild Kolås , Research Professor, Peace Research Institute