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By Derecho Nuclear, Juan Manuel Ayllón Díaz-gonzáles and Editorial Comares


803 pages This new book devoted to nuclear law is the publication of a thesis defended at the University of Malaga, Spain. This study of the law regulating the peaceful uses of nuclear energy, while providing an in-depth analysis of the current Spanish legislation in this field, also examines all of the subjects making up this body of law and its international sources. After an initial description of the nature and specificity of nuclear law and the historical stages of its development, as well as the legal framework surrounding nuclear activities in general (Chapters I and II), the book examines in detail the different aspects which enter into any examination of nuclear law: the division of national responsibilities in this field, including those delegated to Euratom (Chapter III); the powers of the police over nuclear activities in Spain (Chapter IV); nuclear safety and radiation protection, including its institutional and regulatory aspects in Spain (Chapters V and VI); and the compensation of nuclear damage (Chapter VII). Considering the very detailed nature of this study, it is noteworthy that the author did not examine in depth certain recent international conventions such as the 1994 Nuclear Safety Convention

Year: 2011
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