The NSG, the world’s most comprehensive nuclear trade rule-making organization, is at a crossroads. How will it interact with emerging vendor countries from the developing world? How will it manage the aspirations of Israel and Pakistan in the wake of the NSG’s 2008 accommodation of India? Will North-South political conflict prevent the NSG from making future decisions by consensus?
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