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Tags: IAEA× MILITARY USES× PLUTONIUM×

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Deep seas and deep-seated secrets: Naval nuclear fuel stockpiles and the need tr Maerli, Morten Bremer 01-08-2000 DD FISSILE MATERIAL CUT-OFF TREATY HIGH ENRICHED URANIUM IAEA MILITARY USES MINATOME PLUTONIUM PROLIFERATION RUSSIA SAFEGUARDS SHIPS / SUBMARINES SAFETY GENERAL UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
International custody of excess plutonium Harold D. Bengelsdorf; Fred McGoldrick 01-04-2002 BAS BELGIUM GERMANY EURATOM FRANCE UNITED KINGDOM IAEA INTERNATIONAL WASTE STORAGE JAPAN NUCLEAR WEAPONS COSTS NUCLEAR ENERGY MILITARY USES MOX NPT PLUTONIUM PLUTONIUM STORAGE RUSSIA SAFEGUARDS SAFETY GENERAL TREATIES ENSURANCES UNITED STATES OF AMERICA SWITZERLAND
L'imposture nucléaire Jean-Pierre Morichaud 01-12-2003 SORT WASTE GENERAL HEALTH POPULATION IAEA ICRP INDUSTRIAL USE DEPLETED URANIUM IN WEAPONS MILITARY USES MOX MUTATIONS NUCLEAR MEDICINE PERSONS PLUTONIUM SHIPS / SUBMARINES RADIATION GENERAL RADIATION MEASUREMENTS RADIATION PERMISSABLE LEVELS RADIATION EXPERIMENTS DEPLETED URANIUM
La prolifération nucléaire, un jeu toufours en pleine expansion ! Jean-Marie Collin; CDRPC 01-12-2003 SORT GERMANY ECONOMY – GENERAL FRANCE GASDIFFUSION IAEA IRAN KHAN, ABDUL QADEER MILITARY USES NORTH KOREA PLUTONIUM PROLIFERATION RUSSIA COOPERATION URENCO ENRICHMENT UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
North Korea threatens return to plutonium production media reports December & January, cf appendix to Safeguards 01-02-2003 WNA CENTRIFUGES IAEA INSPECTIONS MILITARY USES NORTH KOREA START UP PLUTONIUM TREATIES ENRICHMENT YONGBYON (NOORD KOREA)