Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Bits and Pieces - Nonproliferation and Commerce Edition

It appears that Japan is still giving India a hard time on a nuclear deal over nonproliferation issues. Turkey is telling AREVA, the French government's nuclear enterprise, that France should drop its opposition to Turkey's bid to join the European Union if it wants to be considered for building reactors in Turkey.

And the United States is working a nuclear deal with Saudi Arabia without the usual nonproliferation cautions. Is this really a good idea?

Meanwhile, in other news, it appears that the Egyptian government has brought out the tear gas.

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