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Nuclear Suppliers Group 3
NSG - Guidlines
1. First NSG Guidelines were published in 1978 by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) 2 2. Regarding nuclear transfers to non-nuclear weapons states for peaceful purposes only. 3. To ensure that such transfers would not be diverted to unsafeguarded nuclear fuel cycle or nuclear explosive activities. NSG
1. Between 1978 and 1991, the NSG Guidelines and Technical Annexes remained in place, but the Group did not meet regularly. 9 2. Since 1991, the NSG has met regularly. In 1992, the NSG adopted the Part 2 Guidelines, published the same year by the IAEA. 5 5 2 3. To apply to nuclear-related transfers for peaceful purposes. 5
7. Although NSG Guidelines are not legally-binding, NSG PGs commit to apply those Guidelines via their national legislation 8. NSG meets regularly to review the NSG Part l and Part 2 Guidelines NSG 2 9. The Guidelines are published by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)
What is difference b/w Part 1 and Part 2 guidelines?
1. The NSG Part1 Guidelines govern the export of items that are especially designed or prepared for nuclear use 2 i) nuclear material; i) nuclear reactors and equipment therefor; ii) non-nuclear material for reactors; iv) plants and equipment for the reprocessing, enrichment NSG and conversion of nuclear material and for fuel fabrication and heavy water production; v) technology (including software) associated with each of the above items. 9
1. The NSG Part 2 Guidelines govern the export of nuclear-related dual-use items and technologies. 2. That is, items that can make a major contribution to an unsafeguarded nuclear fuel cycle or nuclear explosive activity. 3. But that have non-nuclear uses as well, for example in industry. These items are known as Dual-Use Items NSG 10
India could sign the Nuclear non proliferation treaty and gain access to all this know how but that would mean giving up its entire nuclear arsenal 1. 2. It is situated in an unstable and unpredictable neighborhood India is unlikely to sign the NPT or accede to the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty (CTBT) that puts curbs on any further nuclear tests. 2
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