In 2005 the United States and India signed a historic civil nuclear deal. The agreement, and the ten-year defense partnership that accompanied it, provided a major boost to the emerging strategic partnership with India nurtured by the George W. Bush administration. It also jump-started the long process of welcoming India into the international club of accepted nuclear powers. Fifteen years later, join us as we look back on the consequences and implications of that landmark agreement and review the ongoing challenges and opportunities in India-U.S. nuclear cooperation.


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  1. mildlyo Member
    mildlyo Joined in the first year of Ricochet Ricochet Charter Member

    The sound cut off suddenly. Just when it was getting interesting.

    The mention of India’s role in rules making for thorium cycle plants is very encouraging. The USA will never do it.

     

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    • June 7, 2020, at 7:19 PM PDT
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