2 edition of Europe and nuclear energy. found in the catalog.
Europe and nuclear energy.
by Saxon House for the Atlantic Institute for International Affairs in Farnborough
Written in English
|Series||The Atlantic papers -- 2/1972|
|Contributions||Atlantic Institute for International Affairs.|
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This volume investigates nuclear energy policies in Western Europe over the entire post-war period, but with special attention to the two most recent decades. The comparative analytical perspective draws on the interplay between voters' attitudes, challenging movements, party Brand: OUP Oxford. As said, the Japanese Fukushima nuclear disaster has led some European energy officials to re-think about nuclear power generation, above all in Germany and Switzerland. Switzerland has abandoned plans to replace its old nuclear reactors and will take the last one offline in Anti-nuclear opposition intensified in Germany. In the following months the government decided to shut .
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This book examines the role played by civil nuclear energy in Britain’s relationship with Europe between the end of the Second World War and London’s first application to join the European : Palgrave Macmillan.
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Importantly, this book will show how this chance was missed by ministers due to a combination of disorganization and diplomatic pressure, as well as a perennial lack of domestic resources. In so doing, this book joins the long-disconnected historiographies of European integration and nuclear energy to offer a new perspective on both scholarly fields.
In so doing, this book joins the long-disconnected historiographies of European integration and nuclear energy to offer a new perspective on both scholarly fieldsThis book examines the role played by civil nuclear energy in Britains relationship with Europe between the end of the Second World War and Londons first application to join the.
European History ; History of Britain and Ireland ; Written by a former International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) nuclear inspector and nuclear security expert, this book provides a comprehensive and authentic overview of current Available Formats: Hardcover eBook.
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