India's series of five underground nuclear tests has upset the world's nuclear status quo, but neither a frenetic regional arms race nor a war has to result, American, Chinese and Indian security specialists say. Strategically, India has doubtless increased the risks of miscalculation and war with neighboring archrivals Pakistan and China, while aggravating the dangers of nuclear proliferation, these specialists say. But they do not think that means war, or even an imminent threat ...
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