The final terms of the nuclear deal were approved by the following bodies before they were implemented: Brahma Chellaney, a professor of strategic studies at the New Delhi-based Centre for Policy Research, argued that the text of the US waiver was intended to irrevocably bind New Delhi to the nuclear non-proliferation regime. He argued that India would be placed under a broader non-proliferation network, with India bound to comply with all NSG rules. India would prevent itself from turning its unilateral testing moratorium into multilateral legality. It concluded that instead of the „full“ civil nuclear cooperation promised by the original agreement of 18 July 2005, India`s access to civilian nuclear enrichment and reprocessing technologies would be limited by the initial renunciation of the NSG.  Agreement 123 signed between the United States of America and the Republic of India is known as the U.S.-India Civil Nuclear Agreement or the India-U.S. Nuclear Agreement.  The framework of this agreement was a joint statement by the then Prime Minister of India, Mr. .