India’s Nuclear Liability Law Leaves Few Satisfied

India’s Nuclear Liability Law Leaves Few Satisfied

NEW DELHI — Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh called the recent passage of the Civil Liability for Nuclear Damages bill the end of “the nuclear apartheid that the world had imposed on India.” The language was meant to appeal to a domestic audience; for most international observers, the law simply marks India’s return to the international nuclear market. But in its final form, the liability law has left few on either side of the debate entirely satisfied. The contentious legislation, introduced this April in parliament, was steered through by the Congress-led government with help from the largest opposition party, the […]

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