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In response to this threat, the Nuclear Control Institute has assembled a consortium of experts to underscore the connection that exists between nuclear power and the proliferation of nuclear weapons.

In response to this threat, the Nuclear Control Institute has assembled a consortium of experts to underscore the connection that exists between nuclear power and the proliferation of nuclear weapons. They evaluated proliferation risks and proposed viable alternative energy sources. This volume includes the analysis of such respected thinkers as Pulitzer Prize–winning author Richard Rhodes; Rep. Edward Markey (D-Mass. ; Amory Lovins, CEO of the Rocky Mountain Institute; and Amb. Robert Galucci, dean of the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service.

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A connection between national nuclear power programs and nuclear proliferation can be found in the strategic . 9/11 should tell us that preventing the proliferation of nuclear weapons to rogue states and terrorists must be our nation's priority

A connection between national nuclear power programs and nuclear proliferation can be found in the strategic initiatives of North Korea, Iraq, Iran, India, and Pakistan. In response to this threat, the Nuclear Control Institute has assembled a consortium of experts to underscore the connection that exists between nuclear power and the proliferation of nuclear weapons. 9/11 should tell us that preventing the proliferation of nuclear weapons to rogue states and terrorists must be our nation's priority. Accordingly, citizens need to be able to scrutinize decisions we make as a nation that have implications for proliferation. One of those is whether to build more nuclear power plants.

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A connection between national nuclear power programs and nuclear proliferation can be found in the strategic initiatives of North Korea, Iraq, Iran, India, and Pakistan.

Sharon Tanzer, Steven Dolley, Paul Leventhal. A World with or without Nuclear Power? Attempts to Reduce the Proliferation Risks of Nuclear Power Past and Current Initiatives. Technical Opportunities for Increasing Proliferation Resistance of Nuclear Power Systems TOPS Task Force. The Limits of Technical Fixes.

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This book presents a wide range of expert views and is the Nuclear Control Institute?s latest contribution toward improving safeguards for our nuclear facilities and preventing the spread of nuclear weapons. It should be read by those who desire to evaluate nuclear power?s proliferation risks and energy benefits.

Spread of Nuclear Weapons: Can We Have One without the Other? Tanzer, Sharon. Published by: University of Nebraska Press. Part III: The Role of Nuclear Power in the Acquisition of Nuclear Weapons. p. 184. 11. Overview of Nuclear Power and Nuclear Weapons.

Nuclear Power and the Spread of Nuclear Weapons: Can We Have One without the Other? Tanzer, Sharon. In the wake of California’s energy crisis, policymakers’ rush to satisfy growing demand requirements may run the risk of naively ignoring the larger issues and dangers associated with increased reliance on nuclear power. 12. Nuclear Power and Nuclear Weapons in India, Pakistan, and Iran.

The genre surrounding nuclear weapons, proliferation, and . Nuclear Power and the Spread of Nuclear Weapons: Can We Have One Without the Other?

The genre surrounding nuclear weapons, proliferation, and arms control has recently experienced a rebirth, mainly due to the Bush Administration's renewed call for the development of tactical nuclear weapons and initiatives to find alternative energy sources. Nuclear Power and the Spread of Nuclear Weapons: Can We Have One Without the Other?

In the wake of Californias energy crisis, policymakers rush to satisfy growing demand requirements may run the risk of naively ignoring the larger issues and dangers associated with increased reliance on nuclear power. A connection between national nuclear power programs and nuclear proliferation can be found in the strategic initiatives of North Korea, Iraq, Iran, India, and Pakistan.In response to this threat, the Nuclear Control Institute has assembled a consortium of experts to underscore the connection that exists between nuclear power and the proliferation of nuclear weapons. They evaluated proliferation risks and proposed viable alternative energy sources. This volume includes the analysis of such respected thinkers as Pulitzer Prizewinning author Richard Rhodes; Rep. Edward Markey (D-Mass.); Amory Lovins, CEO of the Rocky Mountain Institute; and Amb. Robert Galucci, dean of the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service.
Nuclear Power and the Spread of Nuclear Weapons: Can We Have One Without the Other? download epub
Politics & Government
Author: Paul Leventhal,Sharon Tanzer,Steven Dolley
ISBN: 1574884948
Category: Politics & Social Sciences
Subcategory: Politics & Government
Language: English
Publisher: Brassey's Inc; 1 edition (August 1, 2002)
Pages: 340 pages