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[en] A selection of 1021 items previously announced in the first five volumes of INIS Atomindex in the category Nuclear Law. The items have been recategorized, where appropriate, to take advantage of a finer category breakdown than was originally available. An author index (personal and corporate combined), and a KWIC index based on titles are provided. The RN numbers from the announcement in INIS Atomindex are included with each citation
[en] This article analyzes current Colorado cases and statutes that deal with water rights problems. Tributary water administration, ground water management and minimum stream flow legislation are examined. Also included is the federal-state relationship regarding water policies, recent legislative acts and United States Supreme Court opinions. 133 refs
[en] This decree specifies the modifications brought to the first legislative text creating the national atomic authority in Tunisia after the creation of the national center for nuclear science and technology (N.H.)
[en] PROSA - Ultimate goal: • Make assessment of Proliferation Resistance simpler, less time consuming. • Provide recommendations to revise INPRO Manual on Proliferation Resistance (TECDOC/1575, rev. 1, Volume 5 ). • Use only the depth of analysis necessary to address the assessor’s needs (two-dimensional phased assessment): – Facility level – comparative assessment, safeguardability assessment, diversion path analysis; – NES level – diversion path analysis; • State level – evaluate completeness of legal and regulatory undertakings and their implications at NES and facility levels; – “Self assessment” or “assessment by others” affects assessment philosophy and purpose.
[en] This paper focuses on the uranium cartel - or marketing arrangement as its admitted participants styled it. The clash between US antitrust laws and cartels that fix prices is examined with particular emphasis on the uranium antitrust litigation and on a US antitrust lawsuit in which the courts rejected an attack on OPEC's price-fixing and output-limitation activities. Basic legal principles pertaining to this type of litigation are explained. Even more specialized defenses are available to complicate the litigation when foreign governments are involved with the cartel: sovereign immunity, act of state, and foreign governmental compulsion. It is concluded that antitrust litigation against a foreign cartel is not impossible, but it may be unwise in the long run if it precipitates an international reversion to protectionism. 35 references