Michael Krepon

Henry L. Stimson Center

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Co-founder and PresidenEmeritus of the Henry L. Stimson Center and Director of its project on Deterrence Instability in South Asia; South Asia expert and editor of Nuclear Risk Reduction in South Asia

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In 1945, the US became the first nation to use a nuclear weapon when it dropped bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Since then, no other country has followed suit.

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With support from both parties in Congress, President Bush is about to sign  an agreement  to sell India nuclear fuel and technology.

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With support from both parties in Congress, President Bush is about to sign an agreement to sell India nuclear fuel and technology.

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