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NON PROLIFERATION OBJECTIVES ENVIRONED IN THE UNITED STATES NUCLEAR TECHNOLOGY EXPORTS

NON PROLIFERATION OBJECTIVES ENVIRONED IN THE UNITED STATES NUCLEAR TECHNOLOGY EXPORTS

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Published by Divyang K Chhaya
Transfer of Nuclear Technology Laws. Super powers have, within their special prominence, almost illimitable opportunities for advancing human happiness, which their position entails. Saintly scientists and political monks
have to draw a line between impatient idealism and the sphere of practical politics, to be able to understand needs of the denizens in this nuclear era.The future of national heritage so bequeathed by our ancestors ought not to be laid on a sacrophagus stone by creating nuclear monsters. We have to forsee a future to ascertain that tranquillity reigns where turmoil and strife were rife.
Transfer of Nuclear Technology Laws. Super powers have, within their special prominence, almost illimitable opportunities for advancing human happiness, which their position entails. Saintly scientists and political monks
have to draw a line between impatient idealism and the sphere of practical politics, to be able to understand needs of the denizens in this nuclear era.The future of national heritage so bequeathed by our ancestors ought not to be laid on a sacrophagus stone by creating nuclear monsters. We have to forsee a future to ascertain that tranquillity reigns where turmoil and strife were rife.

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Published by: Divyang K Chhaya on May 29, 2009
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05/11/2014

 
 NON PROLIFERATION OBJECTIVES ENVIRONED IN THE UNITED STATES NUCLEAR TECHNOLOGY EXPORTS Aggressive and unrestrained technological capabilities canlead the human race to the fulcrum of irreversible crises. Since1945 United States has not fired a nuclear weapon to expresspolitical anger.The nuclear non-proliferation treaties that have come intoexistence in a period of these 43 years after first destructiveexplosion, are some evidence that neither the U.S.S.R. nor theU.S. has any interest in destroying the human race, yet onewatches both with mystified suspense and suspicion as man's globalcapacity to kill increases.The devastating nature of nuclear weapons not only threatensthe human race but also has the potential to annihilate nature'seco-system in a given bio-sphere.No unilateral wish or act can ever disinvest what has been sobrought into existence.THE DESTINY OF BIOTOPE IN A NUCLEAR ERAHiroshima was not the beginning of atomic anger. It was theAmerican decision to make a bomb in 1939, long before PearlHarbour in October 1941.The political climate in which President Truman's governmentconsidered the imminent test at Alamogordo in the spring of 1945for putting an end to second world war, cannot be overlooked in
 
that behalf, maybe that was one of the factor why Americans didnot seriously attempt to develop atomic energy plans during theperiod when the proposal on the Acheson-Lilienthal Report andBaruch Scheme was under consideration.However, the ultimate decision to go nuclear is a moral one ratherthan circumstantial or political. Making such a destructive deviseis no more a puzzle. It is deeper exploration of technologicalfeasibility and understanding of science or natures forces in thelight of known realities of the physical world.Many school kids read books on physics and chemistry thatdetail particulars of making a bomb.However, the original nexus of such a horrific idea of making abomb was in fact transplanted into modern scientists by theinspiratorial work of Madam Curie in France.Since the dropping of the bomb in 1945 the U.S. may haveconsidered the use of nuclear weapons on several occasions, i.e.,during the Eisenhower administration at the time of the Koreanwar, when a nuclear threat did exist. And during the Kennedyadministration the Cuban Missile Crisis created a possibility of adirect nuclear showdown with the Soviet Union. American governmentwanted Soviet Union to withdraw its missiles from Cuban land,which gave rise to serious confrontation (Oct. 1962).The American President agreed to a barter, i.e., removal ofits missiles from Turkey, which eased the tension of immediatenuclear war. It was the foresight of political advisors and the
 
 Secretary of State that helped out America from the criticalmoment of the onset of a nuclear war.It needs to be mentioned that Mr. Khruschev's wisdom prevailedduring President Kennedy's strong and unyielding administration.However, the situation leading to mutual suicide was overcome bypeaceful negotiations and amicable conciliation.Nuclear war can be triggered by human's politicalmisjudgment. Political environs play a major role in bringingabout changes in the nuclear arena. Americans have carefullywatched Soviet intervention in Angola, Ethopia, Southern Yemen,Campuchea, Afghanistan and in Central America.NUCLEAR WEAPONS AND TERRORISM: A PARADISEBOUND WITH ADAMANTINE CHAINSDiscussions concerning nuclear weapons at NATO demarcatesvarious possibilities of meeting with contingent situations inorder that people in the U.S. are not caught by surprise if anuclear weapon fell on Washington D.C. (Although the fact remainsthat the European soil is a major battle ground for diplomacy ofU.S.S.R. and U.S.A.).Even if a major blast is averted the "suitcase bomb" or a"teddy bear" bomb still remains in the hands of terrorists whocould use nuclear threats for political purposes.The spread of nuclear technology continues, and weapons

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