China Rides on Pak To Further Its Nuclear Power Export Ambitions
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China Rides on Pak To Further Its Nuclear Power Export Ambitions

THE SUNDAY GUARDIAN

APLN member Manpreet Sethi reveals China’s violation of the non-proliferation agreement it had previously signed with Pakistan, in 1986. She outlines both powers’ interests in maintaining a nuclear power programme, but China in particular seems to determined to flaunt their nuclear prowess, breaching the rules of non-proliferation. Read more.

“This could be a matter of greater concern since many of the countries with whom China has signed nuclear deals are newcomers, such as Cambodia, Egypt, Kenya, South Africa, Sudan, Thailand, Uganda, etc. Given the nature of nuclear technology, it is important for a nuclear supplier to help first-timer recipients to suitably prepare through activities such as conduct of environmental impact assessments, drafting legislation, setting up independent regulatory mechanisms, establishing safety and security processes, building trained workforce, etc….”

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