By Jungmin Kang, Peter Hayes, Li Bin, Tatsujiro Suzuki, Richard Tanter, January 1, 2005
As more and more countries adopt the IAEA’s Additional Protocol, all kinds of nuclear secrets will come spilling out. Currently under the microscope: South Korea.
Read more: South Korea’s Nuclear Surprise
Issue: Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Volume 61 Issue 1 Topics: Uncategorized
Jungmin Kang is a scientist at the Natural Resources Defense Council, in Washington, DC....
The executive director of the Nautilus Institute for Security and Sustainable Development, a nongovernmental, policy-oriented research and advocacy group, Hayes has worked for the U.N. Envir...
Tatsujiro Suzuki is vice director and professor at the Research Center for Nuclear Weapons Abolition at Nagasaki University, Japan....
Richard Tanter is an associate of the Nautilus Institute in Melbourne....
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