Working Group on an Expanded Nonproliferation System
What would be necessary to have India and the United States work together in the international proliferation system?
The working group, with a dozen members from India and the United States, focused on the goal of more complete Indian participation in the nonproliferation system
The Working Group on an Expanded Nonproliferation System was formed in the summer of 2009 to identify goals for the nonproliferation system on which India and the United States might be able to agree, and to develop a workable road map for a revived nonproliferation system that could integrate India.
From the United States:
Joan Rohlfing, President, Nuclear Threat Initiative
Teresita C. Schaffer, Director, South Asia Program, Center for Strategic and International Studies; former Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for South Asia
Walter Andersen, School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University; former State Department official
Lisa Curtis, Senior Research Fellow, Heritage Foundation
Scott Sagan, Caroline S.G. Munro Professor of Political Science and Co-Director, Center for International Security and Cooperation (CISAC), Stanford University
P. R. Chari, Research Professor, Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies, New Delhi Lalit Mansingh, former Foreign Secretary of India and former Ambassador to the United States
C. Raja Mohan, Strategic Affairs Editor, Indian Express
Lt. General (R) V. Raghavan, Director, Delhi Policy Group
K. C. Singh, former Secretary, Ministry of External Affairs, New Delhi
T.P. Sreenivasan, Former Governor for India of the IAEA, Vienna, and Director General, Kerala International Centre, Trivandrum
M.R. Srinivasan, Former Chairman, Indian Atomic Energy Commission
the Nuclear Threat
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