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Prospects for Peace & Nuclear Disarmaments in South Asia

February 20 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
  1. Indo-Pakistani Relations: The relationship between India and Pakistan has been marked by longstanding territorial disputes, particularly over Kashmir, which has led to several wars and ongoing tensions. Any progress towards peace and nuclear disarmament in South Asia would require significant efforts from both countries to address these disputes through dialogue and confidence-building measures.
  2. Nuclear Arsenal: Both India and Pakistan possess nuclear weapons, which adds a layer of complexity to their relationship. Nuclear disarmament in South Asia would require both countries to commit to reducing and eventually eliminating their nuclear arsenals, which would need to be accompanied by a comprehensive security framework to address underlying security concerns.
  3. International Engagement: The international community, including major powers such as the United States, China, and Russia, plays a crucial role in encouraging peace and nuclear disarmament in South Asia. Diplomatic efforts and mediation can help facilitate dialogue between India and Pakistan and create a conducive environment for conflict resolution.
  4. Regional Cooperation: Enhancing regional cooperation and economic integration in South Asia could help build trust and reduce tensions between countries in the region. Initiatives such as the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) can be instrumental in fostering dialogue and cooperation on various issues, including security and nuclear disarmament.
  5. Domestic Factors: Domestic politics and public opinion in India and Pakistan also play a significant role in shaping their policies towards each other and nuclear disarmament. Strong leadership and public support for peace initiatives are essential for making progress in this regard.


Date: February 20
8:00 am - 5:00 pm