A diverse coalition of 23 organizations yesterday launched a campaign to stop the Bush administration’s proposed U.S.-India nuclear deal. The deal would allow the transfer of
Comprised of arms control experts, environmental activists, consumer advocates, religious groups and doctors, the Campaign for Responsibility in Nuclear Trade contends the deal would: dangerously weaken nonproliferation efforts and embolden countries like Iran and North Korea to pursue the development of nuclear weapons; further destabilize South Asia and Pakistan in particular; and violate or weaken international and U.S. laws, including the Hyde Act.
The Campaign’s extensive membership includes the Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation, and among its impressive list of advisors is Dr. Robert Gard, Jr., Lt. Gen. (
More information can be found on the Campaign’s snazzy web site.