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Does nuclear power require a new world order?

mdsolar (1045926) writes | more than 3 years ago

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mdsolar writes "An analysis of leaked diplomatic cables shows grave concerns about the ability of developing countries to secure nuclear reactors they are having built. While 'atoms for peace' and the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty call for spreading nuclear technology far and wide, there could be problems in unstable regions according to the report. Do we need a new world order to control security at nuclear power plants around the world? Would it really be any different than the security provided to FSU nuclear sites by the US? How much sovereignty should be traded for a bite at the nuclear apple?"
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