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  • Should India Give US Nuclear Suppliers a Reprieve from the Indian Nuclear Liability Law?

    If India ratifies the CSC, both the right of the operator for recourse against the supplier and any third party action against the supplier would be nullified, thus providing American companies a singular advantage.

    July 22, 2011

    India, ENR and NSG

    Unless the NSG is willing to modify its guidelines to allow ENR transfers to India, India should not seek admission to NSG membeship even if offered.

    July 05, 2011

    India’s NSG Membership

    Under the November 2010 statement issued by India and the United States, India is committed to take only one step: harmonizing its export controls with those of all the four multilateral export controls regimes.

    June 18, 2011

    India’s Membership of the NSG: Possible Options

    This Brief elaborates the principles that need to be followed to evolve a criteria-based approach to enable India to join the NSG as a full member and contribute materially and substantially to a future non-proliferation regime that will be acceptable to the international community as a whole.

    June 16, 2011

    Chinese New Nuclear Power Reactor Supply to Pakistan?

    The NSG will be in trouble if China goes ahead with its plan to sell nuclear reactors to a non-NPT country like Pakistan.

    September 23, 2010

    China to Supply Two Nuclear Reactors to Pakistan: How will China Convince the NSG?

    The first step for China to formalise the deal is to inform the NSG member countries of its plans to export two reactors to Pakistan or seek relaxation for the future supply of reactors.

    May 07, 2010

    China's Posture on the Indo-US nuclear Deal

    Will China veto the India-specific waiver at the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG)? While various news sources have recently reported that China will not actively oppose the Indo-US deal at the NSG, its approach to the issue so far has generated doubts and debate.

    October 10, 2007

    The Nuclear Suppliers Group and the Indo-US nuclear deal

    In the midst of the domestic hullabaloo surrounding the nuclear deal in India, the United States convened a special meeting of the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) on September 20, 2007 at Vienna on the sidelines of the IAEA Annual General Conference to brief members on the deal. The NSG derives its important position in international civil nuclear commerce from its membership, which currently stands at forty-five and includes a majority of countries engaged in nuclear trade.

    September 26, 2007

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