Briefing: REFORM NOT RENEWAL: The US-UK Mutual Defence Agreement- How it works and why it needs to be reformed

The US-UK Mutual Defence Agreement (MDA) was first signed in 1958 to allow the exchange of
classified nuclear information, nuclear weapon technology, and scientific expertise, with the aim of
helping both nations to develop their nuclear weapons systems.


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