Nuclear Issues in India and Pakistan:
Selected Internet Resources
- India's Bharatiya
Janata Party's page on nuclear issues is at the official
BJP web site.
Embassy's page on the nuclear tests, including speeches and interviews
with government officials, and press releases.
Against Nuclear Weapons
in India for Nuclear Disarmament, includes links to papers, speeches,
Peoples' Forum for Peace and Democracy, an anti-war group.
government site, including fact sheets and position papers.
Asia Citizens Web, an independent web site dedicated to non-secularism,
discussion and democracy.
Asians Against Nukes, papers, statements and petitions against nuclearization
in South Asia, as well as news coverage of the opposition to nuclear
- United Nations resolutions and reports relating to South Asian nuclear issues, via the Global Policy Forum
- US Department of State's Bureau
of South Asian Affairs, as well as India and Pakistan information.
- Association of Indian Progressive
Study Groups at Columbia University has several position papers on nuclear issues
Atomic Research Centre, a center for India's nuclear research, near
- Brookings Institution's India page
of the Atomic Scientists, includes special collections of background
information on nuclear proliferation in India and Pakistan,
as well as statistics on India's
- Carnegie Endowment for Peace has a special
for Defence and International Security Studies, based at Lancaster
University, United Kingdom, reports regularly on South Asia nuclear issues
for Non-Proliferation Studies: the Indian & Pakistani Nuclear Tests
has an excellent list of government, NGO, and media links on the tests
and their history.
- Council for a Livable World, an alliance of arms control and disarmament organizations, has extensive reporting about the nuclear issues in South Asia
- Federation of American Scientists covers the history and politics of both India's and Pakistan's nuclear programs.
Beat: South Asian Security, an excellent list of resources for journalists
and scholars, including background articles on the area, as well as
a list with phone numbers and email addresses. Provided by the Global
Reporting Network, a program of the Center for War, Peace, and the News
Media at New York University's Department of Journalism and Mass Communication.
- Global Policy Forum, an non-profit organization with consultative status at the United Nations, has an index of UN documents on nuclear issues in South Asia
- Institute of Peace & Conflict Studies, an Indian think tank on security policy
- The Institute for Science and International
Security has video, map and satellite images among other resources for India and Pakistan
- International Crisis Group's report, India/Pakistan Relations and Kashmir: Steps Toward Peace (2004)
- International law and India's nuclear
tests is covered in American
Society of International Law's India's Nuclear Tests by Frederic
- Seismic data (1998) from the Indian
underground nuclear tests and the Pakistaini
underground nuclear tests
Nuclear Central by the Nuclear Control Institute, brings together many resources, including maps of each country's
nuclear infrastructure, includes a wide range of links to
both government and independent sources
- Natural Resources Defense Counci gives an environmental perspective on
of Nuclear Conflict between India and Pakistan
- Nuclear South Asia: a collection of essays by
Indian academics, politicians, journalists on the tests, hosted by the
Nuclear Weapons Archive, a guide to nuclear nations and their history, includes background materials
on South Asia
Asia Papers, sponsored by the Nautilus Institute,
to help facilitate dialogue and the exchange of research on South Asian
- Stimston Institute's
Security in South Asia
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