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Chinese-Pakistani Nuclear/Missile Ties and the Balance of Power

@inproceedings{Paul2003ChinesePakistaniNT,
  title={Chinese-Pakistani Nuclear/Missile Ties and the Balance of Power},
  author={Thazhakzhyil Varkey Paul},
  year={2003}
}
T.V. Paul is James McGill Professor of International Relations at McGill University, Canada. During 2002-03 he taught at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, CA and was also a senior visiting scholar at the Center for Nonproliferation Studies at the Monterey Institute of International Studies. He is the author of Power versus Prudence: Why Nations Forgo Nuclear Weapons (McGill-Queen’s, 2000), and co-author with Baldev Raj Nayar of India in the World Order: Searching for Major Power Status… Expand
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