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The emerging International Nuclear Order has become so complicated and muddled that it will not be unfair to call it a ‘Dis-order’. Unlike the bipolar world of the Cold War, wherein, two rival alliances NATO and the Warsaw Pact led by the United States and the erstwhile Soviet Union respectively their nuclear stand-off was predictable with two main nuclear decision making centers, the current nuclear world has multiple nuclear actors and several decision making nodes. This adds a high degree of unpredictability and uncertainty in the current nuclear environment. In addition to the three major global players, new regional nuclear players have emerged some of whom not only have antagonistic relationships with their regional neighbors but also have conflictual relationships with one or the other global player. This toxic mix has been further aggravated by the disruption in the multilateral as well as bilateral arms control and disarmament processes that had helped manage the strategic conflicts in the past. The situation has been further vitiated with the emergence of advancedconventional weapons technologies as well as the revolution in computing and communicationstechnologies augmented by Artificial Intelligence and widespread availability of smart communications devices and social media platformswith access to multitudes. The situation demands a serious analysis with a view to finding some practicable solutions to alleviate some of the negative and dangerous aspects of the existing and evolving nuclear order.For more Detail click the button to Download

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