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Planning Proliferation: The global expansion of nuclear power and multinational Approaches

AuteurGreenpeace Int., F.Barnaby, Shaun Burnie
6-03-2-30-08.pdf
Datummei 2010
Classificatie 6.03.2.30/08 (PROLIFERATIE - FUEL BANK / GNEP / GNPI)
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Uit de publicatie:

       PLANNING PROLIFERATION:
THE GLOBAL EXPANSION OF NUCLEAR POWER
    AND MULTINATIONAL APPROACHES



 The most effective way of reducing the risk of nuclear weapons proliferation is to
reduce the number of nations that will base their energy needs on nuclear energy.”
                                  Joseph Rotblat



     “Essentially, the non-proliferation regime has a choice to make: end the
   discriminatory system either by making the technology available to all or by
          foreclosing the option for all. The correct choice is obvious.”
                                  Paul Leventhal



         “If the world does not change course, we risk self-destruction.”
                              Mohamed ElBaradei




                                  May 18th 2010


                         Frank Barnaby and Shaun Burnie
                    Commissioned by Greenpeace International
Front page quotes:
Professor Joseph Rotblat, Nobel Peace Prize winner, resigned from the Manhattan project, former President of the
Pugwash group, see, Internationalization to Prevent the Spread of Nuclear Weapons, ed. Barnaby, Jasani, Goldblat,
Levinson and Rotblat, Stockholm International Peace Research Institute, 1980.

Paul Leventhal, President of the Nuclear Control Institute, Washington DC, see, “Cirus reactor’s role in a U.S.-India
nuclear agreement” Presentation to Center for Nonproliferation Studies, Washington, DC, December 19th, 2005.

Dr Mohamed ElBaradei, IAEA Director General, joint winner Nobel Peace Prize with IAEA, “Saving Ourselves From
Self-Destruction” New York Times, February 2004.




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   Multilateral Approaches to the Nuclear Fuel Cycle.............