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3) According to India’s nuclear doctrine, India reserves the right to nuclear retaliation “in the event of a major attack against India, or Indian forces anywhere, by biological or chemical weapons”. What mechanism exists at international level to stop use of either nuclear or chemical weapons against state or non-state actors by states? Do you think India should retaliate using chemical weapon in the event of ‘major’ attack on Indians? Critically examine.

Topic:   Effect of policies and politics of developed and developing countries on India’s interests, Indian diaspora. 

3) According to India’s nuclear doctrine, India reserves the right to nuclear retaliation “in the event of a major attack against India, or Indian forces anywhere, by biological or chemical weapons”. What mechanism exists at international level to stop use of either nuclear or chemical weapons against state or non-state actors by states? Do you think India should retaliate using chemical weapon in the event of ‘major’ attack on Indians? Critically examine. (200 Words)

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