The Indo-U.S. Nuclear Deal

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The Indo-U.S. Nuclear Deal
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Political Science 123
Section X
March 14, 2010
THE INDO-U.S. NUCLEAR DEAL
Introduction
India and the U.S. are the two largest democracies in the world. In the spirit of cooperation on a sensitive global issue, the two countries engaged in a protracted discussion regarding potential collaboration for civilian nuclear technology. At the heart of any civilian nuclear discussion is the issue of nuclear proliferation. As India and Pakistan are nuclear-armed neighbors which have fought three wars and numerous armed conflicts in less than 70 years of post-colonial existence, any nuclear technology transfer to India was bound to come under...
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