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Nuclear Power Economics
What is the relationship between the economics of nuclear power and the proliferation of nuclear weapons? When security and arms control analysts list what has helped keep nuclear weapons technologies from spreading further than they already have, energy economics are rarely, if ever, mentioned. Yet, large civilian nuclear energy programs bring states quite a way towards developing nuclear weapons and it has been energy economics, more than any other force, which has hampered most states’ plans to develop such projects. read more
Jun 14, 2007 Economics of New Nuclear Power and Proliferation Risks in a Carbon-Constrained World
Mr. Harding, an energy consultant, details the economic history and future prospects for nuclear power's development in this essay.
Occasional Papers & Monographs
Jun 04, 2007 Will the U.S.-India Civil Nuclear Cooperation Initiative Light India? (PRESENTATION)
Dalberg's John Stephenson made this presentation at the book-launch for NPEC's edited volume, Gauging U.S.-Indian Strategic Partnership, held at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
Feb 12, 2007 Does Nuclear Nonproliferation Have a Future? Market-Based Atomic Power
Mr. Sokolski's article on the future on nuclear nonproliferation is also available on the Harvard International Review"s website.
Jan 15, 2007 Managing Spent Fuel in the United States: The Illogic of Reprocessing
Dr. von Hippel is a professor at Princeton"s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. The final version of his essay was published as a research report of the International Panel on Fissile Materials
Occasional Papers & Monographs
Nov 16, 2006 Will the U.S.-India Civil Nuclear Cooperation Initiative Light India?
This study was co-authored by John Stephenson and Peter Tynan.
Occasional Papers & Monographs
Sep 30, 2006 Yale Law School's Opening Argument, "Stop Subsidizing Nuclear Power: Start Enforcing Nuclear Rules."
Mr. Sokolski's article on the dangers of loopholes in the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty is no longer available on Yale Law School's Opening Argument website.
May 05, 2006 Nuclear Energy Through 2035: Key to Growth or Source of Armageddon?
Feb 26, 2005 German Nuclear Policy
Presented at NPEC's Conference "Germany and Nuclear Nonproliferation" held in Berlin, Germany in February 2005. Ernst Urich von Weizsaecher MP is the Chairman, Bundestag Committee on Environment, Nature Protection and Nuclear Safety.
Occasional Papers & Monographs
Feb 01, 2005 The Future of Nuclear Power in France, the EU and the World for the Next Quarter Century
This essay was developed from a presentation given at NPEC's conference "Is Nuclear Proliferation Inevitable?" held in Paris, France November 2004.
Occasional Papers & Monographs
Jan 31, 2005 Nuclear Power's Prospects in the Power Markets of the 21st Century
Presented at NPEC's Conference "Is Nuclear Proliferation Inevitable?" held in Paris, France November 2004.
Occasional Papers & Monographs
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