2 edition of Nuclear politics & the challenges of governance found in the catalog.
Nuclear politics & the challenges of governance
|Other titles||Nuclear politics and the challenges of governance|
|LC Classifications||UA853.P3 A55 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 241 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||241|
|LC Control Number||99921835|
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This is volume two of a comparative analysis of nuclear waste governance and public participation in decision-making regarding the storage and siting of high-level radioactive waste and spent fuel in different countries.
The contributors examine both the historical and current approaches countries have taken to address the wicked challenge of nuclear waste governance. Why did nuclear energy policies in France, Sweden, and the United States, very similar at the time of the oil crisis of anddiverge so greatly in the following years.
In answering this question, James Jasper challenges one of the most popular trends in political analysis: explanations relying exclusively on political and economic. The promise and peril of nuclear power have been a preoccupation of the modern age.
Robert Duffy now examines the politics of nuclear power over the last 50 years, relating broad trends in American politics to changes in the regulation of the nuclear industry to show how federal policies in this area have been made, implemented, and altered.
These main challenges are: 1) the historical conflict between the state and the anti-nuclear movement, 2) deadlocks within the German political system when it comes to contested and unpopular. The extensive social psychology literature on norms, and the growing international relations body of work making use of that literature, provides many other potential fruitful lines of research for academics and policy-makers concerned about global nuclear politics.
A serious challenge in global nuclear governance is that transnational norms Cited by: 3. The nonproliferation side of Nuclear politics & the challenges of governance book nuclear governance includes a number of legally-binding treaties, as well as a monitoring, verification and compliance system – known as nuclear safeguards – that is implemented and managed by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the primary global nuclear governance institution.
Nearly allCited by: 3. government action and nuclear energy was a highly visible symbol of their successful application. In the s and 90s, problems with exclusive government ownership andFile Size: KB. Nuclear and biological weapons are a threat.
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While the Cold War ended more than two decades ago and global nuclear stockpiles have shrunk dramatically, there are still aro nuclear warheads distributed among nine nuclear armed states. Against the backdrop of continual political tensions and conflict, the nuclear issue will continue to dominate headlines for several decades into the future.
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The book addresses a new analytical approach using notions of governance Cited by: 1. Notes on contributors. Maria Rost Rublee is an associate professor at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia. Her book, Nonproliferation Norms: Why States Choose Nuclear Restraint, received the Alexander George Book Award for best book in political has received grants from the United States Institute of Peace, the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Cited by: 3.
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Challenges in Global Governance: Opportunities for G-x Leadership March Alan S. Alexandroff Codirector G Research Group, Munk Centre, University of Toronto and Senior Fellow, Centre for International Governance Innovation.
Editor most recently of Rising States, Rising Institutions (Brookings). Blogs at Size: KB. The lack of regulatory and operating experience of developing countries considering nuclear power could pose major challenges to the global rules now in place to ensure the safe, secure, and peaceful use of nuclear energy.
The challenges facing the global governance regime can be seen in the case of a promising candidate for nuclear energy, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), and a far more.
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In the book, Contemporary World Politics, you have already read about these developments. The Sino-Indian conflict affected the opposition as well.
This and the growing rift between China and the Soviet Union created irreconcilable differences within the Communist Party of India (CPI). There would be immense political and social damage to any government or group involved in any attempt at diversion, as the recent events in North Korea () showed; Banning domestic reprocessing would be internationally damaging to the U.S.
ability to develop advanced nuclear energy technology and to their ability to influence future nuclear.My presentation today is about opportunities and challenges for the nuclear industry in the 21 century.
Challenges and opportunities are polarities, and as opposite poles of the magnet they do not exist separately. And moreover an opportunity for some can be a challenge for others, or a challenge today can become an opportunity tomorrow.