IAEA Board of Governors: Technical Cooperation Report 2016

IAEA Board of Governors Meeting   June 12-16, 2017   Agenda Item 3 Technical Cooperation Report for 2016 U.S. Statement As Delivered by Acting Deputy Chief of Mission Ike Reed   Thank you, Mr. Chairman, The United States thanks the Secretariat for its comprehensive and informative report on Technical Cooperation in 2016.  Regular and extrabudgetary ...
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IAEA Board of Governors: The Annual Report for 2016

IAEA Board of Governors Meeting June 12-16, 2017   Agenda Item 2   The Annual Report for 2016   U.S. Statement – As Delivered by Chargé d’Affaires, a.i. Andrew J. Schofer   Thank you very much Mr. Chairman, Mr. Chairman, Since this is the first time I am taking the floor today I hope you ...
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The 2017 IAEA Technical Cooperation Conference

What is the first thing that comes to mind when you think of the International Atomic Energy Agency, or IAEA? You might have heard of it called “the UN’s nuclear watchdog,” for its important work verifying that countries’ nuclear programs remain exclusively peaceful. Would you be surprised to learn it also does development work to ...
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Supporting the Safe, Secure, Peaceful and Sustainable Uses of Nuclear Energy

In 1953, then U.S. President Eisenhower, in his famous “Atoms for Peace” speech called for “fissionable material [to] be allocated to serve the peaceful pursuits of mankind.”  Since then, the United States has been a leader in international civil nuclear cooperation and in facilitating access to nuclear technologies to those who need it most.  On ...
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Nuclear Technology Review 2017

IAEA Board of Governors Meeting March 06-10, 2017 Agenda Item 3 Strengthening the Agency’s Activities Related to Nuclear Science, Technology, and Applications   Nuclear Technology Review 2017 U.S. Statement as delivered by Chargé d’Affaires a.i. Andrew J. Schofer   Thank you, Mr. Chairman, The United States remains a strong supporter of the application of peaceful ...
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