By Karthika Sasikumar, Wade Huntley
In July 2005, the USA and India introduced a daring contract to revive nuclear co-operation. The deal, nearing finalization in past due 2007, has been vigorously critiqued by means of hands keep watch over advocates waiting for dire outcomes for the non-proliferation regime. For Canada, the consequences of re-opening nuclear cooperation with India are really complicated, rekindling ancient animosities and hard Canada's longstanding dedication to worldwide nuclear disarmament. Canada, as a celebration to the Nuclear providers workforce, has a voice within the final disposition of the contract. What are Canada's offerings? What might be its ambitions and regulations? This quantity offers the analyses and conclusions of a opt for crew of students and governmental policy-makers who paintings largely with those concerns, amassed for a workshop in Ottawa on 19-20 March 2007 convened through the Simons Centre of the college of British Columbia. on hand November 2007 via significant booksellers in Canada & the USA.
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See Press Information Bureau of the Government of India “Expansion of Rajasthan Atomic Power Project,” AEC Chairman’ Statement, January 18, 1967. 26 27 28 Canadian Policy on Nuclear Co-operation with India playing field that ultimately prevented further acquisition of nuclear weapons by the current nuclear powers while preventing non-nuclear powers from developing a nuclear weapons capacity. This would have prevented China from threatening India by developing a nuclear arsenal while checking Pakistan’s ability to develop a nuclear weapons capability.
Absent a 40 Canadian Policy on Nuclear Co-operation with India process of readjustment, Canada is stuck in its present mode of policy paralysis. Going Forward by Learning from Past Mistakes In such a situation, going forward is the alternative to a sustained policy paralysis and inaction. This is the first significant option that faces Ottawa’s current political leadership; in this case, it requires an override of bureaucratic inertia that has produced the policy paralysis and a time warp in Canadian thinking about India and the nuclear question as it relates to India since 1974–76.
The Pakistanis, in the meantime, had pointed out, and George agreed, that “there is an element of contradiction between the professed Indian desire to keep a nuclear weapons option open and their formal assurances embodied in the 1956 CIR agreement and in subsequent statements by Govt. leaders that the products of the CIR reactor will be used for peaceful purposes only. ” George to DEA, Despatch No. 2976, December 8, 1967. V. Gorham to George, Despatch No. E-112, January 2, 1968. , Memorandum from Donald Munro to Ralph Collins, USSEA, January 3, 1968.
Canadian Policy on Nuclear Cooperation with India: Confronting New Dilemmas by Karthika Sasikumar, Wade Huntley