Launch of a new book on Nuclear War in Asia

This book attempts to fuse two topical subjects and deal with them in a holistic manner. It is oft stated and is also widely believed that the 21st century belongs to Asia and that the two giants of Asia, namely, China and India are going to dominate the planet in the ensuing decades. It is also implicitly accepted that nuclear weapons are going to be there, at least for the foreseeable future. These are the two subjects that have been analysed in this book nuclear weapons and the emerging epicenter of worldwide affairs, namely, Asia. The book bargains with the basic nature of nuclear weapons itself. It purposely steers away from the Cold War mindset of viewing nuclear weapons in a western manner and attempts to unravel the manner in which the nations of Asia view these weapons in their own unique way. It is also about the nature of disputes in Asia and the safety environment in Asia, both presently as effectively as in the foreseeable future. Because it is a fact that there are unresolved disputes in the area, the book also deals with the aspect of evaluation of possible conflict scenarios. Will the nations succeed in settling their disputes diplomatically? Can deterrence succeed? What will come about if that fails? What will be the shape of future conflicts? This book makes a modest attempt to provide answers to some of these perplexing concerns that plague policy makers and strategists in Asia nowadays. Because the study is from an Indian viewpoint, the concentrate is naturally biased more towards South Asia vis-à-vis the other components of Asia. Though the book attempts to answer all inquiries, some hard questions typically deny neat options. As the author admits, the aim of the book is to get each the policy and selection makers as well as the expert military to think about these issues, so that, in time, workable options can be evolved.
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