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Nuclear Suppliers and Nonproliferation

International Policy Choices

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Published by Lexington Books .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsRodney W. Jones (Editor), Cesare Merlini (Editor), Joseph F. Pilat (Editor), William C. Potter (Editor)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages253
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7629578M
ISBN 100669100978
ISBN 109780669100976

  The Nuclear Suppliers Group. Nonproliferation Review 1 (1): 2 Electronic Briefing Book , The US and Taiwan's Nuclear Program, –, Assessing the Effectiveness of the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty. International Studies Quarterly, Vol. 60, Issue. 3, p. Cited by: The nuclear export control system: the Nuclear Suppliers Group (London Club, ) and Zangger Committee (nuclear exporting countries, ). The nonproliferation regime is enhanced by additional agreements, such as the International Convention on Physical Protection of Nuclear Materials During Their Use, Storage, and Transportation () and.

  The impacts will be strategic and broad, affecting nuclear safety, nuclear security, nonproliferation, energy production, international trade, and climate mitigation. Especially critical is whether China achieves an industrial-scale transition from current nuclear technologies to advanced systems led by fast neutron reactors. The first of these books makes its most interesting contribution in the chapters on the emerging or "second-tier" suppliers of nuclear materials, devices and technologies: suppliers such as China, India, Brazil, Argentina and South Africa. These countries are usually motivated by financial considerations and in most cases do not subscribe to the Nonproliferation Treaty.

Indeed, in considering how to reform the US nuclear nonproliferation policy with respect to agreements, a false choice may exist between nuclear nonproliferation and promoting US nuclear exports. It is possible to change how the United States reviews, monitors, and performs nuclear commerce that is transparent, effective in preventing. Nuclear Suppliers Group - Zangger Committee - IAEA Board of Governors Meeting Statements and Documents: Nuclear Nonproliferation. Remarks/Other Releases Fact Sheets .


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Ukraine, fearing Russian domination, did not ratify START and the nonproliferation treaty untilbut by the nuclear arsenals of Belarus, Kazakstan, and Ukraine had been dismantled.

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Six years ago, U.S. President Barack Obama pledged his support for India’s entry into the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG), the nuclear technology control organization established in in response to India’s first nuclear weapon test blast, which used plutonium produced with nuclear technology from Canada and the United States.

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