The nuclear agreement with India that President Bush announced Thursday must still be approved by Congress. Some members have expressed doubt because it breaks with past policy. The United States has previously barred countries like India -- which refused to sign the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty -- from accessing American nuclear capabilities. Steve Inskeep talks to Robert Blackwill, former U.S. ambassador to India, and a lobbyist for that government.
Nuclear Deal with India Breaks with Past U.S. Policy
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