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Pakistan, India, and the NSG: A Curious Case of Norms and Discrimination

Pakistan, India, and the NSG: A Curious Case of Norms and Discrimination

“The international nonproliferation regime has survived on pragmatism, discrimination, and a quantum of morality.” read more

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Indo-Canadian Uranium Deal: Another Dent to NPT

Indo-Canadian Uranium Deal: Another Dent to NPT

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi made his first two-day visit to Canada recently. It was the first bilateral visit in 42 years from an Indian Prime Minister to Canada since 1973. Several memoranda of understanding (MOU)s were signed in wide range of areas including civil aviation, rail regulation, space co-operation, education and health. The significance […]

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Expansion of Nuclear Suppliers Group

Expansion of Nuclear Suppliers Group

Nuclear Suppliers’ Group (NSG) is a 48-nation body established 40 years ago to ensure that civilian trade in nuclear materials is not diverted for military purposes. Interestingly, NSG was created in reaction to India’s first nuclear test in 1974. This test became possible only due to clandestine diversion of materials and equipment acquired from Canada […]

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