SNT

(redirected from Sensitive Nuclear Technology)
AcronymDefinition
SNTSafer Neighbourhood Team (UK)
SNTSocial Norms Theory (psychology)
SNTSign-on Table
SNTSpecial Needs Trust (aka Supplemental Needs Trust; estate planning)
SNTSupplemental Needs Trust (aka Special Needs Trust; estate planning)
SNTScalable Network Technologies, Inc.
SNTSannat (postal locality, Malta)
SNTSerial Number Tracking
SNTSyntrophin
SNTSimplified Needs Test
SNTSurgical Navigation Technologies (Medtronic)
SNTSerum Neutralization Test
SNTSakhalin Neftegas Technology (Russia)
SNTSensitive Nuclear Technology
SNTSystem Network Test
SNTSistema Nacional de Telecomunicações (Portuguese: National Telecommunications System; Brazil)
SNTSo Not True
SNTSchmidt-Newtonian Telescope (coated-lens Newtonian telescope)
SNTShow, Not Tell (also seen as S/NT)
SNTSoft, Non-Tender
SNTStudent Nurse Technician
SNTSeasonal Normal Temperature
SNTSustainable Now Technologies (California)
SNTShip'n Track
SNTSurvivable Network Technology
SNTSoftair National Team (airsoft club; France)
SNTSignaling Network Test
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The foregoing conditions must be applied to any nuclear material or equipment that is produced or constructed under the jurisdiction of the recipient by or through the use of any exported sensitive nuclear technology.
of the AEA requires that the United States end exports of nuclear materials and equipment or sensitive nuclear technology to any non-nuclear-weapon state that, after March 10, 1978, the President determines to have detonated a nuclear explosive device; terminated or abrogated IAEA safeguards; materially violated an IAEA safeguards agreement; or engaged in activities involving source or special nuclear material and having "direct significance" for the manufacture or acquisition of nuclear explosive devices, and "has failed to take steps which, in the President's judgment, represent sufficient progress toward terminating such activities.
Non-Proliferation Act of 2000, which bans the transfer of sensitive nuclear technology to any country that refuses to accept international monitoring of its nuclear facilities.
The atomic powers should set up new, international monitoring systems for the export of sensitive nuclear technology and enforce effective controls on multinational corporations.
China relationship has been strained due to Beijing's renewed harsh treatment of pro-democracy activists in late 1998 and the alleged theft of sensitive nuclear technology from U.
They have avoided further nuclear tests, refrained from transferring sensitive nuclear technology to other nations, and agreed to a series of military confidence-building measures.
Islamabad, July 8(ANI): Pakistan has dismissed scientist Abdul Qadeer Khan's statement that North Korea bribed top military officials in Islamabad to obtain access to sensitive nuclear technology in the late 1990s, as "totally baseless and preposterous".
At the center of the spying issue are allegations that China stole sensitive nuclear technology from the Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico in the 1980s, enabling China to miniaturize its nuclear warheads.
Russian entities have transferred sensitive nuclear technology to Iran.
of the AEA requires ending exports of nuclear materials and equipment or sensitive nuclear technology to any non-nuclear-weapon state that, after March 10, 1978, the President determines to have detonated a nuclear explosive device; terminated or abrogated IAEA safeguards; materially violated an IAEA safeguards agreement; or engaged in activities involving source or special nuclear material and having "direct significance" for the manufacture or acquisition of nuclear explosive devices, and "has failed to take steps which, in the President's judgment, represent sufficient progress toward terminating such activities.
Reportedly, there may have been recent intelligence indicating that Russian entities have transferred sensitive nuclear technology to Iran.
India has supported the EU-3 negotiations, despite their ostensible objective of halting Iran's pursuit of sensitive nuclear technology (that is, enrichment, reprocessing and heavy water).
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