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4) “The India-US arrangement, although claimed to be “squarely within our [Indian] law,” constitutes “a risk-transfer mechanism and despite India’s latest yielding, the nuclear deal is unlikely to be operationalised any time soon.“ Critically analyse.

Topic: Effect of policies and politics of developed and developing countries on India’s interests;

4) “The India-US arrangement, although claimed to be “squarely within our [Indian] law,” constitutes “a risk-transfer mechanism and despite India’s latest yielding, the nuclear deal is unlikely to be operationalised any time soon.“ Critically analyse. (200 Words)

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