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Indo-US Nuclear Deal: A New Beginning in Indo-US Relations

Author Affiliations

  • 1 Ph.D. Research Scholar, S.S. in Political Science and Pub. Administration, Vikram University Ujjain, M.P. INDIA

Int. Res. J. Social Sci., Volume 4, Issue (7), Pages 59-69, July,14 (2015)


The civilian nuclear cooperation is the name assigned to a joint accord on strategic cooperation between the two countries. The energy segment is the key in enhancing India’s economic intensification to double digit. The joint statement of 2005 between the two nations is considered as a historic step. Hyde Act, 123 agreement, IAEA Safeguards and NSG waiver were main postulates for the nuclear deal to take place despite domestic and international reactions. The passage of the agreement in both the countries legislatures finally paved way for the enforcement of the deal. Both the nations were able to have lot of benefits through this historic nuclear deal. It balanced the strategic and economic relation between the two nations.


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