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Michael Krepon quoted in Asia News International on India, Pakistan, China and the Nuclear Suppliers Group Meeting

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India’s biggest hurdle at the upcoming Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) Meeting on June 9 will be to overcome China’s two-faced policy of opposing India’s application to join the group on the one hand and on the other violating NSG terms by supplying banned nuclear materials to Pakistan.

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“Pakistan and China have played their cards really well this time around. Pakistan has an application for NSG membership and China can, therefore, argue what’s good for the goose is good for the gander,” said Micheal Krepon, a nuclear proliferation expert and co-founder of the Stimson Center, a think tank in Washington DC.

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