Did Israel Pull the US Out Compliance with the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty?

IRmep’s Grant F. Smith takes on the Arms Control Association’s Daryl Kimball over Israel nuclear smuggling and U.S. compliance with the NPT.

Author: Scott Horton

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2 thoughts on “Did Israel Pull the US Out Compliance with the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty?”

  1. The US was never in compliance with the Treaty or with US law governing aid to proliferators. Israel’s behavior predates the Treaty and law, and there was never any effort to come into compliance.

    1. All of the cases of proliferation from the U.S. to Israel cited in the video postdate the NPT. It is therefore inaccurate to assert that “Israel’s behavior predates the Treaty and law.”

      The relevant US laws conditioning US aid to non-NPT signatory nuclear states were passed in the mid 1970s (Symington & Glenn). It is accurate to say that there has been no effort to place US aid into compliance with Symington & Glenn.

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