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HORBACH, N.L.J.T., et al 30 August, 2002 Abstract: This article deals with nuclear terrorism and the manner in which nuclear operators can insure themselves against it, based on the international nuclear liability conventions. It concluded that terrorism is currently not covered under the treaty exoneration provisions on ...
HORBACH, N.; BEKKER, P. 31 July, 2002 Abstract: Chapter 19 from the book - (State, Sovereignty, and International Governance) - This contribution focuses on issues relating to the evolving concept of sovereignty within the area of international nuclear energy law, by discussing recent trends in nuclear responsibility ...
DOW, S. 19 April, 2002 Abstract: One of the most intriguing stories of the worldwide movement towards liberalised electricity markets has been the experience of the State of California. The state government began thinking about electricity liberalisation in 1994, began implementing its decision in 1996, ...