Israel, India, and Pakistan: Engaging the Non-NPT States in the Nonproliferation Regime | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Israel, India, and Pakistan: Engaging the Non-NPT States in the Nonproliferation Regime

The problem at the top of the global nonproliferation agenda today, particularly as viewed by the Bush administration, is how to thwart the nuclear weapons ambitions of Iran and North Korea. However, to achieve this goal the administration needs to pay more attention to the three de facto nuclear-weapon states that are outside the nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty (NPT): Israel, India, and Pakistan.

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