Questions addressed in the podcast:
Q1: Can you outline the International Nuclear Nonproliferation regime and what the history is behind it?
Q2: After WW2, what was India’s position when they did not sign the NPT or CTBT?
Q3: How did the international community and the U.S. respond to India’s refusal to join this international framework?
Q4: Did the situation get worse after India tested its nuclear weapons in 1998?
Q5: How did the world react to the India-U.S. Nuclear Deal?
Q6: What were the consequences of the India-U.S. Nuclear Deal and how has it changed since implementation?
Q7: Has the India-U.S. Nuclear Deal resulted in a change in the international law framework around nuclear nonproliferation?
Q8: From a geopolitical perspective, why are some countries allowed to not join the NPT and develop nuclear weapons and others are not?
Q9: Why are nonproliferation compromises so reliant on the individual actors rather than the written framework or treaty?
Q10: What is the state of nuclear nonproliferation around the world today, specifically concerning India and the U.S.?
Q11: Do you see the state of nuclear weapons expanding to different countries around the world?
Listen to podcast hosted by A Law in Common at Cornell Law School