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Contents of Research agreements
Of eight research agreements negotiated, seven are still in effect. The
one with Viet Nam has been in abeyance since the fall of that government. The research agreements also begin with a commitment to cooperation in
the achievement of the use of nuclear energy for peaceful purposes, which
also are not defined. As shown in Table V, they are similar in content to
the research and power agreement as
to kinds of terms and conditions.
The principal differences lie in the amounts of nuclear fuel materials to
be made available and the supply of enrichment services. Four of the agree
ments extend the cooperation to include power reactors while three are
limited to cooperation concerning research reactors.
Among the U.S. agreements for cooperation are three with international
one with the International Atomic Energy Agency and two
The agreement with the International Atomic Energy Agency. --In 1957
Congress passed the International Atomic Energy Agency Participation Act,
which provided for the participation of the United States in the activities of
the Agency, * Subsequently, in 1959, the United States and the Agency concluded an agreement for cooperation. The agreement deals primarily with U.S. supply of source and special nuclear materials, including provisions
* Public Law 85-177, 71 Stat. 453.