By Stephan Frühling, Michael Clarke
Australia's Uranium alternate explores why the export of uranium is still a hugely debatable factor in Australia and the way this impacts Australia's engagement with the strategic, regime and industry geographical regions of foreign nuclear affairs. The publication makes a speciality of the main demanding situations dealing with Australian coverage makers in a twenty-first century context the place civilian nuclear strength intake is increasing considerably whereas even as the overseas nuclear nonproliferation regime is topic to expanding, and exceptional, pressures. by way of targeting Australia as a admired case examine, the booklet is anxious with how a historically robust supporter of the foreign nuclear nonproliferation regime is trying to recalibrate its curiosity in maximizing the commercial and diplomatic advantages of elevated uranium exports in the course of a interval of flux within the strategic, regime and industry nation-states of nuclear affairs. Australia's Uranium alternate offers broader classes for the way – certainly no matter if – nuclear providers around the globe are adapting to the altering nuclear atmosphere the world over.