International Arrangements for Nuclear Fuel Reprocessing
The Academy co-sponsored a multidisciplinary symposium focused on the technical, political, and economic issues surrounding multinational control of the nuclear reactor fuel cycle. The resulting volume evaluates the advantages and disadvantages of placing reprocessing facilities under international or multinational control.
- International Arrangements for Nuclear Fuel Reprocessing, ed. Abram Chayes and W. Bennett Lewis. Cambridge, MA: Ballinger Publishing Co., 1977. (out of print)
- PROJECT DATE: 1975-1977
- PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATORS: Abram Chayes (Harvard Law School) and W. Bennett Lewis (Queens University, Kingston, Ontario)
- SOURCES OF FUNDING: Johnson Foundation, Rockefeller Foundation, Mr. Cyrus Eaton through the Pugwash Parks Commission, Canadian Department of Public Affairs
- COLLABORATING ORGANIZATIONS: Canadian and American Pugwash committees