Title: Conference Report. Political responsibility of industrial operators in trade: blurring of the differences between sensible and classical industrial items (Château des Thermes Chaudfontaine, Belgium, 13–15 October 2010)
Authors: Jakub Handrlica
Addresses: Department of Administrative Law and Administrative Science, Law Faculty, Charles University in Prague, Nám. Curieových 7, CZ – 116 40 Prague 1, Czech Republic
Abstract: This report aims to inform about the seminar held at the Château des Thermes Chaudfontaine in Belgium from 13 to 15 October 2010. The seminar was organised jointly by the European Studies Unit at the University of Liége and Belgian Presidency of the Council of European Union. The key purpose of this three-day event was to promote the debate between, on the one hand, European researchers which are interested in export control issues and, on the other hand, the decisional bodies of the European Union and the industries concerned by current developments in the legal regulations of dual-use items.
Keywords: operator responsibility; industrial operators; nuclear non-proliferation; dual-use items; export control; import control; political responsibility; nuclear facilities equipment; nuclear materials; nuclear equipment.
International Journal of Nuclear Governance, Economy and Ecology, 2011 Vol.3 No.3, pp.287 - 289
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