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Teaching The Leviathan Secrecy Ignorance & Nuclear Proliferation

@inproceedings{Kampani2014TeachingTL,
  title={Teaching The Leviathan Secrecy Ignorance & Nuclear Proliferation},
  author={Gaurav Kampani},
  year={2014}
}
Teaching the Leviathan: Secrecy, Ignorance and Nuclear Proliferation Gaurav Kampani, PhD Cornell University 2014 When compared to other nuclear weapon powers why has India historically lagged in the development, deployment, and operational planning of its nuclear force despite unambiguous national security threats? My dissertation answers this question through a cross-sectional study of three decades of Indian nuclear decision-making from 1980 until 2010. Using a multi-disciplinary approach… Expand

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