Asian nation that exploded its first nuclear device in 1974
This report, from the CIA's Clandestine Service, briefly reports that while India has the capability to develop an atomic bomb the present government does not plan to do so, why it does not, and expected pressures to change its position. It entered into force in and was extended indefinitely and unconditionally on May 11, But McTaggart returned with a new ship and crew the following year. The Rainbow Warrior sinks Nevertheless, the "nuclear allergy" was spreading. Another noticed that he continually roamed around the factory, notebook in hand, but thought nothing of it. First, because of the danger of the Indian nuclear threat to the country and secondly, to the threat it posed to the region.
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In the session, the UN General Assembly once again adopted two resolutions—one by India and the other by Pakistan. Furthermore, after his election, he reiterated this goal in major policy addresses and, also, advocated ratification of the CTBT, a treaty making deep cutbacks in U. The efforts to bridge the gap having failed, it did "not believe the Assembly's adoption of these two draft resolutions were quite different in scope and perspective. It was a diplomatic move intended to mask its own bomb plan for Not only is he in charge of the atomic bomb program, but also, the Ghauri missile that will carry the bombs. But McTaggart returned with a new ship and crew the following year.
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A final section, "The Indian Decision," tries to assess India's decision calculus and notes that India might try to represent any underground test as being for peaceful purposes. The first French nuclear explosion, "Gerboise Bleue," was an unusually large first test: kilotons. Now, the US is out to pressurise India through two new levers: Kashmir and India's new economic thrust. But experts feel it may be a ploy to find out how many bombs Pakistan really has. The test was codenamed "Hurricane" right.
The United States, Soviet Union and some sixty other countries signed a treaty to seek the ends of the nuclear arms race and promote disarmament on July 1, India claimed as CIA analysts had previously suggested Document 9 it might that the test was for peaceful purposes. But McTaggart returned with a new ship and crew the following year. And at the global level, it is planning major disarmament proposals. Little did any of us know that on that day India had actually cocked a snook at the White House. The concepts of "overt nuclear status" and "minimumdeterrence" are, in fact, the new buzzwords of the nuclear non-proliferation lobby. Though the Pakistani proposal was in sharp contrast to the UN study which categorically refers to the need for obtaining a regional consensus before such proposals are brought before the UN,50 India was not able to take advantage of the situation because of its own explosion of