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Published by Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd. .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Geopolitics,
  • Nonfiction / Politics

Book details:

Edition Notes

ContributionsK.R. Gupta (Editor), Ved Prakash (Editor), Rahul K. Bhonsle (Editor)
The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages240
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13135059M
ISBN 108126907134
ISBN 109788126907137

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  Indo-US Civil Nuclear Deal Background. The Indo-US nuclear agreement was initiated in July , when the then Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh visited the US. On 18th July, , Singh and the then US President George Bush, in a joint statement, announced their agreement to enter into a civil nuclear deal. Indo-US Civil nuclear deal has paved the way for the growth of the nuclear power sector in India, which has so far been plagued by shortages of nuclear fuel. India has limited reserves of Uranium, which is the crucial fuel needed at the present stage of our nuclear power programme.   The current UPA government had recently staked it survival on the Indo-U.S. Civil Nuclear Agreement. As of now since India is not a signatory to the NPT it is an untouchable in the world of nuclear commerce. However with this new agreement India hopes to end this period of nuclear apartheid by obtaining a waiver from the Nuclear Suppliers Group. Once Indian doors are open for nuclear. Indo-US Civil nuclear deal has paved the way for the growth of the nuclear power sector in India, which has so far been plagued by shortages of nuclear fuel. India has limited reserves of Uranium, which is the crucial fuel needed at the present stage of our nuclear power program.

Why this nuclear deal matters. According to The Bulletin, the deal marked a watershed moment in the history of Indo-US relations. It brought about the transition from a lukewarm at best and adversarial at worst relationship during the Cold War to the first strategic partnership, which paved the way for trade, opened up India’s economy. Vol. 28, No. 1, January – June , pp Indo-US Civilian Nuclear Deal: The Gainer and the Loser Zahid Ali Khan University of Balochistan, Quetta ABSTRACT The US-India nuclear deal of July, , is a remarkiable development in the framework of.   Assessing the Future of the Indo-U.S. Civil Nuclear Deal [1] Vijay K. Sazawal, Ph.D. Vijay K. Sazawal, Ph.D. [2] Ap Views: Comments: 0. Introduction. History will record as a banner year in ongoing discussions related to the U.S.-India civil nuclear commerce. President Barack Obama was a special guest of Prime Minister.   Ten Years of the Indo-U.S. Civilian Nuclear Agreement: Implications for Pakistan Octo by Sitara Noor The Indo-U.S. civilian nuclear agreement of marked a turning point in the history of relationship between India and the United States, the two largest democracies of the world.

  This book interrogates the Indo-US civil nuclear agreement from its inception in July to its conclusion in the latter part of through 12 articles, each of which focuses on different aspects of the deal. They discuss the factors that facilitated the deal, the roadblocks that were encountered, and the implications of the deal for the future of India’s foreign policy, its energy. The essence of the deal was simple: the United States would give up trying to roll back India’s nuclear weapons programme and change its domestic law and tweak international rules to facilitate civil nuclear cooperation with Delhi. India, on its part, would separate its civilian and military nuclear programmes, put the former under.   The an nuclear agreement is an bilateral agreement on civil nuclear cooperation between the USA and Republic of this agreement India PM Manmohan Singh and then ent George agreed to separate its civil and military nuclear facilities and place all its civil nuclear facilities under International Atomic Energy Agency(IAEA) safeguard and in . France’s Minister for Foreign Affairs, Laurent Fabius, on Thursday accepted that the elements of the recent Indo-U.S. agreement on nuclear liability could apply to other nations. In response to.