Pakistan’s Quest for Peace & Strategic Stability in South Asia

The nuclear tests conducted by Pakistan on May 28, 1998, were an act to balance the strategic stability in South Asia, which was disturbed by the nuclear experiments of India. The discriminatory treatment meted out to Pakistan by the US and international non-proliferation regimes further emboldened India to adopt an aggressive posture in the region. Read More…..

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