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159, 162. , pp. 160–61. 101 See, for example, Zafar Khan, ‘Pakistan’s policy of arms control and disarmament: a call for an arms control regime in South Asia’, Defence Studies, vol. 13, no. 1, 2013, p. 69. H. Nayyar and Zia Mian, ‘The Limited Military Utility of Pakistan’s Battlefield Use of Nuclear Weapons in Response to Large Scale Indian Conventional Attack’, Pakistan Security Research Unit, Brief Number 61, 11 November 2010, p. pdf. 160. 104 Khan, Eating Grass, p. 396. 105 Mansoor Ahmed’s rebuttal, cited in Krepon, ‘The Tortoise and the Hare’, Arms Control Wonk, 23 April 2013.

On 14 May 2002, another terrorist attack (the second of the ‘twin peaks’) threatened to propel the situation over the edge. Three militants opened fire on a bus, then stormed the family quarters at an Indian Army camp in Kaluchak, located just outside Jammu City. The attack killed more than 30 people, including ten children. Blame was quickly laid on LeT. The general perception within India was that Pakistan had failed to live up to, or even ignored, the promises made by Musharraf. 49 The fact that Pakistan had just released the LeT leader from house arrest, promising to keep him under surveillance, further incited Indian anger.

Pdf+html. 18 Robert S. Norris and Hans M. Kristensen, ‘Nuclear Notebook: Pakistan’s Nuclear Forces, 2007’, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, vol. 63, no. 3, May/June 2007, pp. 71–73. The IAEA uses 25kg of 90% HEU as a benchmark ‘significant quantity’, defined as ‘the approximate amount of nuclear material for which the possibility of manufacturing a nuclear explosive device cannot be excluded’. Weapons can be made with smaller amounts of HEU, however, and most experts believe that Pakistan uses 15–20kg.

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