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James Acton: Person DB Profile: All Organizations

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This page lists all organizations mentioned in articles mentioning James Acton relating to Nuclear. For a complete overview of this entry's activities relating to this topic, please see the James Acton Person DB Profile.

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Carnegie Endowment For International Peace   78.90% (258)
International Atomic Energy Agency   49.24% (161)
Areva   31.50% (103)
Greenpeace   26.30% (86)
Nuclear Policy Program   20.49% (67)
Nuclear Safety Authority   20.18% (66)
International Crisis Group   13.46% (44)
Us Nuclear Regulatory Commission   9.48% (31)
Un Security Council   9.48% (31)
Toshiba Corp   9.17% (30)
Nuclear Energy Institute   8.56% (28)
General Electric   8.56% (28)
World Nuclear Association   7.95% (26)
Monterey Institute Of International   7.65% (25)
Tokyo Electric Power Company   7.03% (23)
Nuclear Threat Initiative   7.03% (23)
United Nations   6.42% (21)
China Guangdong Nuclear Power Corporation   6.12% (20)
Council Research Office   6.12% (20)
T Corp   6.12% (20)
Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation   6.12% (20)
Korea Electric Power Corp   6.12% (20)
Nuclear Energy   6.12% (20)
Xiamen University   6.12% (20)
Tokyo Electric Power Co   5.81% (19)
Kyodo News Agency   5.81% (19)
Energy Research Center At China   5.81% (19)
Global Nuclear   5.50% (18)
Industrial Safety Agency   5.20% (17)
Nuclear Regulatory Commission   5.20% (17)
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