Nuclear Command & Control in Asia as an Indicator of Stability Dynamics and Strategic Intent
Center on Contemporary Conflict
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Objective: Pakistan and India are nuclear states both struggling with domestic insurgent threats, bilateral tensions, and increasing concerns over nuclear safety and security. To ensure the non-use of nuclear weapons, improved nuclear command and control (C2) must be further explored as a viable policy consideration for mitigating nuclear risks in Asia.
Performers: Virginia Tech Applied Research Corporation (VT-ARC) Principal Investigator: Jerry M. Conley Cost: $124,928 Fiscal Year(s): 2014-2015
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