Why care about your nuclear policy?
Any policy for energy supplies needs care in assessing the needs and location of the power plant. For nuclear plants there will be more opposition than for fossil fuel plants, so the grounds for having a new plant have to be well established, with good arguments to counter local opposition groups
Stephen Shenfield has written: 'The nuclear predicament' -- subject(s): Communism and nuclear warfare, Government policy, Military policy, Nuclear warfare, Nuclear weapons 'The mathematical-statistical methodology of the contemporary Soviet family budget survey' 'Minimum nuclear deterrence' -- subject(s): Deterrence (Strategy), Military policy, Nuclear warfare
Who is the Minister in Charge of Comprehensive Policy Coordination for Revival From the Nuclear Accident at Fukushima for Japan?
There is no such policy document called 'the US health care policy'. The US Government makes several policy statements every year which cover the state of the Nations Health, Hospitals etc and others which produce facts and figures about healthcare within the US. These can all be considered as part of US health care policy.
The MAD policy is quite simple. It stands for Mutually Assured Destruction. The policy prevents a country from using nuclear weapons of mass destruction. For example, if say country X uses nuclear weapons on country N, then country N, will also use nuclear weapons on country x. In other words, both countries will be annihilated.
Etel Solingen has written: 'Industrial policy, technology, and international bargaining' -- subject(s): Government policy, Nuclear industry, Industrial policy, Technology transfer 'Sanctions, statecraft, and nuclear proliferation' -- subject(s): POLITICAL SCIENCE / International Relations / General, Nuclear nonproliferation, Economic aspects, International relations, Economic sanctions 'Nuclear Logics' -- subject(s): International Security, International cooperation, Nuclear nonproliferation, Security, International
Avner Cohen has written: 'Worst-kept secret' -- subject(s): Politics and government, Nuclear weapons, Government policy, Foreign relations, Ambiguity, Defenses, Military policy 'Worst-kept secret' -- subject(s): Politics and government, Foreign relations, Nuclear weapons, Government policy, Defenses, Military policy, Political aspects of Ambiguity, Ambiguity 'Nuclear Weapons and the Future of Humanity'
David S. McDonough has written: 'Nuclear superiority' -- subject(s): Deterrence (Strategy), Nuclear nonproliferation, Foreign relations, Nuclear warfare 'The 2002 Nuclear Posture Review: the 'New Triad', counterproliferation, and U.S. grand strategy' -- subject(s): Nuclear weapons, World politics, Government policy, National security, Military policy
A non-forfeiture option in your long-term care policy is a feature that allows you to maintain some money if you decide to cancel your policy or if you fail to pay your premiums and the policy lapses. It is a sort of reimbursement by validating the minimum amount of your paid long-term care insurance premiums.
Amy F Woolf has written: 'Nuclear arms control' -- subject(s): Military policy, Nuclear arms control, Nuclear weapons 'START' -- subject(s): Foreign relations, Nuclear arms control, Strategic Arms Reduction Talks 'Nuclear weapons in the U.S. force structure' -- subject(s): Nuclear weapons, Nuclear disarmament 'Nuclear weapons in Russia' -- subject(s): Nuclear arms control, Nuclear weapons 'START' -- subject(s): Foreign relations, Nuclear arms control, Strategic Arms Reduction Talks 'Nonproliferation & threat reduction assistance' -- subject(s): American Technical assistance…
Warren H Donnelly has written: 'The Nuclear Non-Proliferation Act of 1978' -- subject(s): Nuclear nonproliferation, United States 'Nuclear power and proliferation' -- subject(s): Nuclear nonproliferation, Nuclear energy 'International notification and assistance for nuclear accidents' -- subject(s): Convention on Assistance in the Case of a Nuclear Accident or Radiological Emergency (1986), Convention on Early Notification of a Nuclear Accident (1986), Government policy, International Atomic Energy Agency, Law and legislation, Nuclear accidents, Nuclear engineering, Nuclear power plants…
Carl E. Behrens has written: 'International agreement to cut off production of nuclear weapons material' -- subject(s): Nuclear nonproliferation 'Nuclear waste management' -- subject(s): Radioactive waste disposal 'Nuclear waste management' -- subject(s): Radioactive waste disposal, Government policy, Radioactive wastes, Management, Hazardous wastes 'Nuclear nonproliferation policy' -- subject(s): Nuclear nonproliferation 'Nuclear power' -- subject(s): Accidents, Nuclear power plants, Three Mile Island Nuclear Power Plant (Pa.) 'Enriched uranium supplies for nuclear power plants' -- subject(s): Uranium enrichment…