India as Nuclear Weapon State is Now a Young Adult, Its Nuclear Policy Needs to Grow Up

India’s status as a nuclear power has reached adulthood. At the age of 22, it was continued to maintain its long-standing posture of no-first use (NFU. However, confusing and contradictory statements by high-ranking officials only thwart the objectives that India set for itself when it became a nuclear power, thus making matters worse for Indian security.

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