Posted by: ctbtonewsroom | April 10, 2015

How India can support the CTBT before signing (Japan times)

In an Op-Ed for the Japan Times, Rhamesh Thakur, Director, and John Carlson, Consultant to the Center for Nuclear Non-Proliferation and Disarmament of the Australian University, argue that short of signing the CTBT, India could allow for installation of the four IMS faculties originally planned for its territory.

“India’s unilateral moratorium on nuclear testing notwithstanding, its continued refusal to engage in the CTBT leads many to wonder whether New Delhi is keeping open the option of resuming testing. India can demonstrate that it really is “like-minded” and ready to assume the responsibilities of a leading nuclear country by permitting the installation of the four outstanding monitoring stations.”

japan times

Read full article here.

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