Please Sir; 123 does not have to say that; it use Hyde in the back drop.
You want to restart that debate again? 123 is a fig leaf for Hyde. I think enough bandwidth has been wasted.
With all due respect...
1) The US constitution gives priority to international treaties over local laws.
2) Hyde Act is only binding on the US, and so if India is foolish enough source all its tech from the US, India will get its just desserts.
3) The prize is in what we stitch up with NSG countries.
Every power in this multipolar world is represented in the NSG.
If this deal was all about sourcing material from the US, it would not be worth the paper it is written.
Last I remember sraj and ShauryaT posted how Hyde can overrule 123 and so have I posted links.
1) International laws supercede local ones
2) 123 states that internal laws cannot be invoked over the 123.
3) US is allowed to invoke the Hyde act at any time, as long as it is willing to face the consequences of violating the 123...okay, as a superpower, people may feel that the US will not face any consequences...but let us see how much smaller non powers have managed to tie down the US in the middle east.
4) 123 must not contradict the Hyde act that was passed in congress,
and as of now, it does not. 123 does not assist India's military program in any way as the hyde act requires. This is why it is sure to pass through congress.
If you still dont agree let us agree that this is one of the fundamental disagreement points. I believe I am right; and if you can quote arguments to how we are wrong I will listen.
Hyde Act is an internal law and the real prize is in what is negotiated with the NSG. So stop pretending that the Hyde Act is in any way relevant to how we source materials from Russia, Japan, or France.
Sorry you are indulging in personal attack and that I am not going to let you spin out of.
You can quit getting excited...I just pointed out that people are not liable to let misinformation slip by here on BRF if they can help it. Well, if you want to continue your whining about personal attacks, don't let me stop you.