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Tuesday, 14 March 2006

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technophobicgeek

Hi there

From the Indian POV, NPT is not just dead, it was stillborn. A treaty regime that provides special powers for 5 countries to keep nukes indefinitely is NOT a non-proliferation regime. It's a pity NPT defenders conveniently neglect to mention that little skeleton in their own closets.

Thanks for writing.

NPT is meaningless anyway. Despite NPT in place and despite being signatories, Iran and North Korea are developing nuclear weapons. Do you think US denying nuclear fuel and power to India and cancelling this deal is going to stop Iran and North Korea from making the bomb? If the answer is yes, yeah it needs to be looked at again. If the answer is no, the deal is good for India as well as the world.

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