ISSSP Report: "India and the NSG"

Publication Type:

Report

Authors:

NIAS

Source:

NIAS, Bangalore (2016)

Abstract:

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While there is no need to get desperate, India will have to continue its efforts towards achieving greater and faster nuclear benefits. As the NSG may opt for evolving criteria, process etc., there is a likelihood of this approach tending to either negating or diluting the 2008 waiver granted to India. India will have to pursue a multi-tier engagement and be open for pursuing multiple options. It will have to ensure that it diplomatically addresses the most critical, vocal opposition. And also continues its engagement in other multilateral fora. India should also strengthen its national nuclear platform with advances and achievements in programmes, especially in those areas where there is a larger global interest, for example our fast breeder reactor programme</div>
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<em>Report based on a lecture delivered by Dr N Ramamoorthy at the NIAS campus on 05 July 2016.</em></div>
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