The US-India Nuke Deal: US Needs and Ambitions; Strategic Insights: v.7, issue 4 (September 2004)
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The United States-India Peaceful Atomic Energy Cooperation Act of 2006, also known as the "Hyde Act,” is the legal framework for a bilateral pact between the United States and India under which the United States will provide access to civilian nuclear technology and access to nuclear fuel in exchange for International Atomic Energy Agency safeguards on civilian Indian reactors. This deal has been most controversial and debated for the past two years.
This article appeared in Strategic Insights, Volume 7, Issue 4 (September 2008)
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