Nuclear politics in South Asia


Through the Cold Start Doctrine, India envisions that, in case of war, it can divide Pakistan into two halves by separating Sindh or the Pakistani part of Kashmir from Punjab

On the nuclear front, no other region of the world has been experiencing developments quite like the South Asia region has. The decade of the 1990s prompted its de facto nuclearisation when the region’s two giants, India and Pakistan, went nuclear in May 1998, though India had tested its nuclear weapon in 1974.