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India's Nuclear Debate
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Priyanjali Malik is an independent researcher based in the UK.

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"[A] fine, meticulously researched and well-written book... This is a scholarly work through and through but the crisis of 2001-2002, the subcontinent's equivalent of the Cuban missile crisis in terms of brinks and abysses beyond, is written up so vividly it has a touch of a chiller-thriller about it." - Peter Hennessy, "ueen Mary, University of London, UK; International Affairs 87:2, 2011

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