Reprocessing Revisited: The International Dimensions of the Global Nuclear Energy Partnership by ProQuest


Washington rightly feared that allowing these states to separate plutonium from highly radioactive spent fuel would destabilize the nonproliferation regime by drastically reducing the time between a decision to acquire nuclear weapons and having a large nuclear arsenal. The net result of even a partial success of the Bush administration's policy would be a reversal in the decline in the number of countries with stockpiles of separated plutonium, thereby undermining the nonproliferation regime.

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