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.. No, seriously. The non-proliferation treaty is the centerpiece of all efforts to contain the spread of nuclear weapons, and since the backbone of this treaty is a promise from the nuclear powers of the world to help the rest of the world with the civil application of nuclear energy if they in return refrain from the military use of same, making civil nuclear power more economically valuable and widely used will strengthen our safeguards against proliferation, not weaken them. - Or to put it another way, in an economy that runs on plutonium pissing off the nuclear suppliers group by engaging in nuclear weapons programmes will be as ill advised as annoying opec is in an oil based one.
That's gonna be real popular...
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