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IAEA and Iran

IAEA and Iran

Special coverage of IAEA inspection activities, including reports, statements and media coverage in relation to the application of IAEA safeguards in Iran. Go to coverage »

IAEA and the DPRK

IAEA and DPRKSpecial coverage of events, media reports, documents, statements, decisions, information resources, as well as related IAEA activities in connection with the nuclear situation in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK). Go to coverage »

Nuclear Power: Status and Outlook

Nuclear PowerNuclear power's prominence as a major energy source will continue over the next several decades, according to new projections made by the IAEA, in its report, Energy, Electricity and Nuclear Power for the period up to 2030. Go to coverage »

Multilateral Approaches to the Fuel Cycle

Multilateral Approaches to the Fuel Cycle An international Expert Group has released the findings of its extensive look at the world's civil nuclear fuel cycle, citing five approaches to strengthen controls over sensitive nuclear materials and technologies of proliferation concern. The Group's report has been sent to the IAEA's 138 Member States and will be more widely circulated for discussion, including to the May 2005 Review Conference of 189 States party to the global Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT). Go to coverage »

IAEA and the NPT

IAEA and the NPTSpecial coverage of events, media reports, documents, statements, decisions, information resources, as well as related IAEA activities in the run-up to the 7th Review Conference of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) in 2005. Go to coverage »

Nobel Peace Prize 2005

Nobel Peace Prize 2005 The Norwegian Nobel Committee has awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for 2005 to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and to its Director General, Mohamed ElBaradei, for their work for a safer and more peaceful world. The Committee honours the IAEA and its leader as "an unafraid advocate" of atoms for peace, not warheads. Go to coverage »

Chernobyl : 20 Years On

Chernobyl's ChallengeThe accident at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in 1986 was the most severe in the history of the nuclear power industry, causing a huge release of radionuclides over large areas of Belarus, Ukraine and the Russian Federation. Now, 20 years later, UN Agencies and representatives of the three countries have reviewed the health, environmental and socio-economic consequences. Go to coverage »

IAEA and Iraq

IAEA and IraqSpecial coverage of international and local events, media reports, documents, statements, decisions, meetings, information resources, as well as related IAEA developments in connection with its safeguards inspection activities in Iraq. Go to coverage »

IAEA and Libya

IAEA and Libya Special coverage of events, IAEA inspection activities, including reports and statements in relation to the application of IAEA safeguards in Libya. Go to coverage »


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