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Hung Quang Bui 17860185 University of Western Sydney Bui Quang Hung 17860185 Politics of Australia and Asia Relations
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Hung Quang Bui 17860185 The issue of Australia’s uranium trade with India has long created many opposed position but also gained many supports from the government. The Australian Nuclear Safeguard Office (ANSO) has a strong opposition with the uranium trades between Australia and India. This essay will highlight threats that the uranium trades might contribute to, which can have catastrophic results and endanger the harmony in the region. The essay also explains the position of ANSO against the uranium trades with India and also suggestions that can ensure the safety for the region. The most common concern about the uranium deals with India is due to the reason that India refuse to sign the Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT). The Non- Proliferation Treaty base on three primary objectives. First is to provide a normative basis for the coordination of the peaceful use of nuclear technology. Second is the encouragement for international decommissioning and disarmament of existing nuclear stockpile and the last objective is the prevention of future proliferation of nuclear weapons. Due to India’s refusal to sign the NPT, it does not subject to the same regulations regarding nuclear power as other NPT members. India also refused to sign the No First Use Agreement in regard to nuclear power. This agreement would restrict the use of nation’s arsenal to a retaliatory role only (Tkacik, 2016). The rise in tensions
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