The impact of the Additional Protocol and Strengthened Safeguards: effects on the International Atomic Energy Agency and on states

Katzenberg, Benjamin
December 2012
Nuclear Law Bulletin;2012, Issue 90, p71
The article examines the changes which have occurred in the Department of Safeguards at the International Atomic Energy Agency and to the way safeguards are implemented in states which have concluded Additional Protocols (APs) to their Comprehensive Safeguards Agreements. It presents a background and history of the strengthened safeguards program. Various experiences gained by states in implementing their APs are described.


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