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Major-General Jamshed Ayaz Khan (2005), 'Weapons of Mass Destruction: Pakistan's Perspective', Regional Studies, 23, pp. 3-13

Israel into its fraternity, maybe with a different colour of the tie like the case with the Security Council.

It would not be out of context to mention here the cardinal principles of Pakistan' s nuclear policy. They are preroised on the following rules:

Pakistan' s Central Command System to control the use of nuclear and missile technology has four broad components:

L Foreign Affairs, Volume 77 No.5, p.44. 2. IISS Strategic Comments, Volume 11, Issue l, February 2005,

Towards nuclear stability in South Asia. 3. IISS Strategic Comments, Volume II, Issue l, February 2005,

2005, Volume V, No. l, pp.87, 88. 5. Nuclear Weapons in South Asia, Dr. Chris Smith, The Emirates