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India’s Entry into NSG: What it Means for India and Nuclear Non-Proliferation Regime

March 18, 2018
By Muzaffar Ahmad Ganaie and Sajad Hussain Wani

The Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG), formerly known as the London Club, is a group of 48 countries formed in 1975 in response to India’s nuclear test of 1974 to control the export of nuclear material and technology that could be used for the development of nuclear weapons. The main objective of the group is to contribute to the goal of nuclear non-proliferation through export controls of nuclear and nuclear-related material, equipment, technology and towards the fulfilment of this objective the group has developed two sets of guidelines.
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