Atoms for Peace: A Pictorial History of the International Atomic Energy Agency
To commemorate its first 50 years, the International Atomic Energy Agency has issued a photographic history of the organization and its work. This limited edition, large format book details the Agency’s past and present. Key events including President Eisenhower’s ‘Atoms for Peace’ speech, the establishment of safeguards regimes, the international response to the Chernobyl accident and the awarding of the Nobel Peace Prize in 2005 as well as the ongoing activity and endeavour in fields ranging from sustainable energy production to human health, are covered. This publication is an attractive and informative introduction to the work of the Agency, issued at a time of unprecedented international interest in the safe, secure and peaceful exploitation of nuclear science and technology.
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- Sep. 2007