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U.S. Allies and Congress ‘Positive’ About India Nuclear Deal

A senior Bush administration official said Tuesday that the administration had gotten a “fairly positive” response among its allies overseas and Congressional leaders for a new agreement to give India help for its civilian nuclear program while allowing it to retain nuclear weapons. The official, R. Nicholas Burns, under secretary of state for political affairs, said that European leaders had been told in recent weeks that a deal might be in the works, but that it had not been clear there would be an agreement until the last minute, leaving little time to brief foreign and Congressional officials in advance. Full Story

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