NEW DELHI: There is no need for India to revise its policy of no first use policy insofar as nuclear weapons are concerned since the country’s deterrence redlines are fairly well established for any of the adversaries to take chances, two of India’s well-known analysts in this specialised field, Dr Manpreet Sethi of Centre for Air Power Studies and Dr Roshan Khanijo of United Services Institution feel. They are in conversation with StratNewsGlobal Editor-in-Chief Nitin A. Gokhale in the final episode of the limited edition series Strategic Insight jointly done with USI, India’s oldest military think-tank.
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