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Africa–India nuclear cooperation: pragmatism, principle, post-colonialism and the Pelindaba Treaty
The United States India nuclear agreement, announced in 2005, was a first step in the process to normalise India’s international nuclear relations despite the fact that India is not a party to the Treaty on the ...
Eroding the middle ground: the shift in foreign policy underpinning South African nuclear diplomacy
In international relations states labelled as ‘middle powers’ are often responsible for crafting a middle way to bridge conflicting international interests. They typically favour multilateralism and cooperative international ...