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Appraisal For Panama Of The Safety Of The Transport Of Radioactive Material (IAEA Safety Standards Applications)

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        StatementInternational Atomic Energy Agency
        PublishersInternational Atomic Energy Agency
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        LC ClassificationsOctober 30, 2004
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 122 p. :
        Number of Pages60
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        ISBN 109201099045
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" Id "International law is part of our law. In this regard the Act stipulates only that the Commission may not grant an export license should it find that the export would be inimical to the "common defense and security" of the United States, or inimical to the "health and safety of the public. The only exception would be if the legislature were wholly without jurisdiction to prescribe the relevant conduct: this would occur only if that conduct occurred outside the territory of the United States, had or was intended to have no effects within the United States, or involved no conduct of nationals of the United States.

In fact, the Philippines, as amicus curiae, portends the danger in transnational regulatory conflict: If the United States followed a policy of imposing its own regulatory procedures and standards on all host countries involved in advanced technology trade with the United States, such a policy would undoubtedly bode ill for the ability of the United States to maintain military facilities in as many locations around the world as it now does.

" NNPA was intended to win fellow adherents to our philosophy of nonproliferation.

Unit Head (Transport Safety Unit)(P5)

Lead the IAEA's activities to promote and encourage the application of the IAEA's Transport Regulations and associated guidance in Member States, with a view to facilitating the safe national and international transport of radioactive material. Surely, by tendering comprehensive safety data and assistance as it is solicited, the Commission would satisfy whatever are its statutory duties beyond the nonproliferation criteria. Furthermore, I cannot find that the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 NEPA imposes an environmental impact statement EIS requirement on nuclear export decisions with respect to impacts falling exclusively within foreign jurisdictions.

Radiation, Transport and Waste Safety International Transport Regulations for Radioactive Material Expertise in roles and responsibilities of international transport organizations.Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Washington, D.

If NRC receives the Executive's recommendation that issuance of the license will not be inimical to the common defense and security, NRC must make an independent determination whether to issue the license on the basis of specific nonproliferation criteria embodied in Sections 127 and 128 of NNPA, and its evaluation whether the export would be inimical to the common defense and security or public health and safety pursuant to Section 103 d.

Regulations establishing levels of physical security to protect facilities and material Within sixty days of March 10, 1978, the Commission shall, in consultation with the Secretary of State, the Secretary of Energy, the Secretary of Defense, and the Director, promulgate and may from time to time amend regulations establishing the levels of physical security which in its judgment are no less strict than those established by any international guidelines to which the United States subscribes and which in its judgment will provide adequate protection for facilities and material referred to in paragraph 3 of section 2156 of this title taking into consideration variations in risks to security as appropriate.

" I read the statement by the House Committee quoted above as establishing that, as a general rule, the Commission need not look beyond the nonproliferation safeguards in determining whether the common defense and security standard is met. Courts must yield great deference to an interpretation of a statute by the agency entrusted with its administration.

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The current of the logical analysis brought to bear on "common defense and security" above flows in the same direction now for the "health and safety of the public. " He did feel, though, that a foreign accident as severe as Three Mile Island would be inimical to the common defense and security and, perhaps, the health and safety of local Americans.

Both require the preparation of an environmental impact statement. As NRC has pointed out, the problem is that Congress has provided little guidance on these matters. In brief, NRC and the Executive Branch are to begin working on license applications concurrently. territory or the global commons. Another difference is that Wilderness Society posed "no problem with regard to separation of powers or interference with the conduct of foreign relations in the narrow questions presented here.

These actors are all closely involved in the export licensing process. Here, nonproliferation and foreign policy objectives superimpose a special perspective on the singular goal NEPA serves in the wholly domestic context. Domestic regulatory interests in securities, or antitrust law, from which petitioners argue by analogy, pertain only to our national conception of the good.