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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Michael Krepon

Articles by Michael Krepon

The Hammer And The Nail

The Hammer And The Nail

Aug 17, 2006 Michael Krepon

Bush's famously simple formula – are you with me or against me? – could conceivably be played back at...

The Problem From Hell

The Problem From Hell

Jan 07, 2005 Michael Krepon

A Thaw in South Asia? Through transits and trade? Despite familiar signs of backsliding, with promising...

The Proliferation Principles

The Proliferation Principles

Feb 10, 2004 Michael Krepon

There are two morals for the proliferators of nuclear and missile technology - if that is the right word for...

'Pakistan's Proliferation Practices Are Of Great Concern'

'Pakistan's Proliferation Practices Are Of Great Concern'

Feb 02, 2004 Michael Krepon

Testimony of Michael Krepon before the Committee on Foreign Relations United States Senate, January 28, 2004

Those Fuzzy Red Lines

Those Fuzzy Red Lines

Feb 10, 2003 Michael Krepon

The doctrine of 'massive' retaliation may look good on paper but signalling a holocaust just invites one.

Escalator To Nowhere

Escalator To Nowhere

Nov 11, 2002 Michael Krepon

India's partial demobilisation has still ceded the political high ground to Islamabad, due to its refusal...

The Brink Of Deterrence

The Brink Of Deterrence

Aug 12, 2002 Michael Krepon

Success in brinkmanship on an occasion is no surety against failure in the next. The bluff is called, sooner...

I Pray That India, Pakistan Go To War: Dar

I Pray That India, Pakistan Go To War: Dar

Jun 03, 2002 Michael Krepon INTERVIEWS Abdul Majid Dar

Michael Krepon talked to Abdul Majid Dar about the charges of being an agent of the Indian security forces by...

Last-Minute Diplomacy

Last-Minute Diplomacy

Apr 29, 2002 Michael Krepon

Washington's endorsement of the LoC after Kargil only increased Pak worries and fanned the crisis more.

Mushrooming Nukes

Mushrooming Nukes

Jul 02, 2001 Michael Krepon

The challenges of nuclear risk reduction are likely to be greater on the subcontinent than it was for the US...

Some Cold War Lessons

Some Cold War Lessons

Jul 31, 2000 Michael Krepon

The Cold War nuclear risk management still holds water vis-a-vis South Asia.

The Firefighter Cometh

The Firefighter Cometh

Mar 20, 2000 Michael Krepon

It's difficult to set tolerance levels when neighbours 'speak' with megaphones and guns.

Sign And Be Counted

Sign And Be Counted

Nov 01, 1999 Michael Krepon

Now that the pressure is off, New Delhi can decide on whether to become a signatory to the CTBT or not on...

Not A Time To Sulk

Not A Time To Sulk

Aug 02, 1999 Michael Krepon

India will lose the support it has won to keep Kashmir bilateral if it is lackadaisical about talks with...

Pak's Pact With Blood

Pak's Pact With Blood

Jun 28, 1999 Michael Krepon

The view from Washington is clear: Pakistan faces a crisis of credibility, and something more sinister

A Heretical Question

A Heretical Question

Mar 29, 1999 Michael Krepon

Both Prime Ministers have commiited themselves to better ties; if either falters,both lose.

When The Deaf Talk

When The Deaf Talk

Feb 22, 1999 Michael Krepon

The Singh-Talbott talks have a limited utility, since a better idea of each other's position alone won't...

Vajpayee's Wasted Rhetoric

Vajpayee's Wasted Rhetoric

Oct 05, 1998 Michael Krepon