5 edition of Canada"s early nuclear policy found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -166) and index.
|LC Classifications||UA600 .B783 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 172 p. :|
|Number of Pages||172|
|LC Control Number||2001277475|
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In Canada's Early Nuclear Policy Brian Buckley weaves information from a number of disciplines to shed new light on Canada's early policies. Filling a longstanding gap in the national story, he explores the country's role in the early post-war period, cautioning against simplistic explanations and pointing to the continuing Canadas early nuclear policy book of contingency and personality in decision making.
In Canada's Early Nuclear Policy Brian Buckley weaves information from a number of disciplines to shed new light on Canada's early policies. Filling a longstanding gap in the national story, he explores the country's role in the early post-war period, cautioning against simplistic explanations and pointing to the continuing roles of contingency.
In Canada's Early Nuclear Policy Brian Buckley weaves information from a number of disciplines to shed new light on Canada's early policies. Filling a longstanding gap in the national story, he explores the country's role in the early post-war period, cautioning against simplistic explanations and pointing to the continuing roles of contingency and personality in decision making.
Read - Canada's Early Nuclear Policy: Fate, Chance, and Character: Brian Buckley - desLibris. Canadian nuclear policies, institutions, and interests have changed markedly in the past two decades and enter the twenty-first century in a situation of precarious opportunity.
ʹPrecarious opportunityʹ is a useful starting term because there are in essence two main scenarios typically advanced for Canadaʹs nuclear energy future. Canada's military relationship with the United States has grown significantly since the Second World gh the Dominion of Canada came into being on July 1,Canadian foreign policy was determined in entered the Great War in when Great Britain declared war on Germany and the Austro-Hungarian Empire: Constitutionally, Canada was subject to the British.
Nuclear power in Canada is provided by 19 commercial reactors with a net capacity of Gigawatts (GWe), producing a total of Terawatt-hours (TWh) of electricity, which accounted for % of the country's total electric energy generation in All but one of these reactors are located in Ontario, where they produced 61% of that province's electricity in ( TWh).
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Author Mary-Wynne Ashford. Mary-Wynne Ashford, MD, Ph.D. is Co-President, International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War. Each of the panelists at the Consultation on NATO Nuclear Policy, National Missile Defence & Alternative Security Arrangement, held in Ottawa on September, was asked to submit a short paper relating to the topic of their presentation.
Canada supports NATO’s nuclear strategy and participates in the NATO Nuclear Planning Group, the primary forum for Alliance nuclear decision-making. Canada contributes personnel to, and helps pay the operating costs of, the various NATO headquarters and planning staffs, including the NATO Nuclear Policy Directorate, that are involved in.
Canada - Canada - Early postwar developments: King retired as prime minister and leader of the Liberal Party inand the mantle of leadership passed to Louis Stephen Saint Laurent, a Quebec lawyer whom King had brought into the government in Saint Laurent continued most of the domestic policies of his predecessor but pursued a more activist foreign policy.
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The Nuclear Energy Division is the unit within the Energy Sector that develops and implements Canadian government policy on nuclear energy. It provides advice on energy policy, as well as institutional, legislative and financial frameworks for the nuclear industry in Canada.
Restrict search to only titles where full MARC is Available. Year of publication: Year. Canada holds contradictory positions in the world of nuclear weapons. We played an essential role in their development, but we never built any bombs of our own.
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In Learning to Love the Bomb, Sean M. Maloney explores the controversial subject of Canada’s acquisition of nuclear weapons during the Cold on newly declassified Canadian and U.S. documents, it examines policy, strategy, operational, and technical matters and weaves these seemingly disparate elements into a compelling story that finally unlocks several Cold War s: 4.
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Bruce Doern is a professor emeritus in the School of Public Policy and Administration, Carleton University. He is the author and co-author of numerous books on Canadian politics and policy, including Faith and Fear: The Free Trade Story, with Brian Tomlin, and Canadian Public Policy: Ideas, Structure, Process, with Richard Phidd.
Arslan Dorman is a PhD candidate at the School of Public. The Canadian nuclear industry has responded to the current COVID crisis both directly and indirectly. Laboratories, utilities, and the nuclear supply chain are supporting local health authorities by providing gloves, masks, protective clothing, and equipment that is urgently needed on the front lines.
Just nine days before President-elect Trump took the oath of office inthen-Vice President Joe Biden gave a speech in Washington in which he advocated a fundamental change in U.S. nuclear. “Nuclear proliferation is going to be a major problem for sure,” said Peter Rough, a US foreign policy expert at the Hudson Institute.
Here’s a quick look at each of those four top. Written by sixteen of Canada's pioneering nuclear scientists, the book focuses on Canada's nuclear program at AECL's laboratories at Chalk River, Ontario, and 5/5(1).
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Instabilities in the Control of Nuclear Forces* Paul Bracken. Professor of Public Policy and Political Science, Yale University. Author of the highly popular book, The Command and Control of Nuclear Forces, Dr. Bracken specializes in international security is a member of the editorial boards of the Journal of Conflict Resolution, Orbis, and Defense Analysis.
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