International Nuclear Liabilities: The Changing Landscape

The global nuclear liabilities landscape is changing. The last 2 years have seen significant developments, with the Convention on Supplementary Compensation finally entering into force on 15 April 2015 and significant progress towards ratification of the 2004 Protocols to the Paris and Brussels Conventions.

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