Nuclear Power & the Language of Diplomacy: Negotiating a Game-Changing Nuclear Trade Agreement with India Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

This decision-compelling case focuses on a diplomatic challenge confronted by US Undersecretary of State for Political Affairs Nicholas Burns and Indian Foreign Secretary Shyam Saran between April and July 2005: the writing of a 400-word joint statement and framework agreement that-if they were successful--would be the initial step in a very complicated negotiation between the United States and India to establish a civil nuclear trade pact.

It summarizes several significant topics, vital to understanding the dilemmas involved with the negotiation of the joint statement: the history of US- India's history with respect to nuclear weapons, Indian relations, and problems in the international nuclear nonproliferation agreements. It gives an example of the type of word-smithing Saran and Burns would need to interact in, to finish the joint statement. And it explains, in brief, five areas of particular problem that the two diplomats would have to address in a few fashion. A quick sequel provides the text of the last joint agreement describes an 11th hour crisis in its own resolution and the discussion, and quite briefly summarizes the final outcome of the three-year discussion that followed. Case Number 2023.0

PUBLICATION DATE: June 18, 2014 PRODUCT #: HKS890-PDF-ENG

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