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U.S.-India Landmark Nuclear Deal Stalls

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U.S.-India Landmark Nuclear Deal Stalls

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U.S.-India Landmark Nuclear Deal Stalls

U.S.-India Landmark Nuclear Deal Stalls

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A nuclear cooperation deal between the United States and India is in jeopardy, after Communist parties in the Indian government objected. The U.S. would welcome India as an accepted nuclear-weapons nation. India would receive help with its civilian nuclear power. U.S. Ambassador Nicholas Burns discusses the deal with Steve Inskeep.

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