The justification and the optimisation principle in international nuclear law: theory and practice

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The justification and the optimisation principle in international nuclear law: theory and practice. / Veuchelen, Ludo; Vanderperren, Griet (Peer reviewer).

In: Atoms for Peace: An International Journal, Vol. Volume 1, No. Number 1, 01.09.2005, p. 84-94.

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Veuchelen, L & Vanderperren, G 2005, 'The justification and the optimisation principle in international nuclear law: theory and practice', Atoms for Peace: An International Journal, vol. Volume 1, no. Number 1, pp. 84-94.

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Veuchelen, Ludo ; Vanderperren, Griet. / The justification and the optimisation principle in international nuclear law: theory and practice. In: Atoms for Peace: An International Journal. 2005 ; Vol. Volume 1, No. Number 1. pp. 84-94.

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