This month marks the 20th anniversary of India and Pakistan’s 11 cumulative nuclear tests in May 1998. After 20 years, the situation on the subcontinent demands introspection: longstanding antagonism between India and Pakistan has been accompanied by the modernization of nuclear forces, evolving nuclear doctrines, the absence of bilateral dialogue, and a lack of impactful confidence-building measures. What concrete measures can New Delhi and Islamabad take to ameliorate the risks of a nuclear confrontation in South Asia? SAV contributors assess in this two-part series.

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Twenty Years into Nuclear South Asia: Mitigating Dangers Together Nuclear Issues

Twenty Years into Nuclear South Asia: Mitigating Dangers Together

This month marks the 20th anniversary of India and Pakistan's…

Twenty Years into Nuclear South Asia: Pathways to Stability Nuclear Issues

Twenty Years into Nuclear South Asia: Pathways to Stability

This month marks the 20th anniversary of India and Pakistan's…

Twenty Years into Nuclear South Asia: Resuming Dialogue to Stabilize Deterrence Nuclear Issues

Twenty Years into Nuclear South Asia: Resuming Dialogue to Stabilize Deterrence

This month marks the 20th anniversary of India and Pakistan's…