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Participants of the workshop “Nuclear Security Policy and Practice in the African Continent” in Accra, Ghana

CNS Workshop Builds African Capacity to Strengthen Nuclear and Radiological Security

FEBRUARY 6–10, 2017: CNS and the African Center for Science and International Security (AFRICSIS) conducted their second joint capacity-building workshop.

Keeping Up the Momentum on Nuclear Security Improvements

DECEMBER 7, 2016: A multicultural panel of experts provided different perspectives, analysis, and recommendations.

Photo taken during a tour by Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad of the Natanz uranium enrichment plant, showing one of more than 1,000 illegally acquired US-made pressure transducers at the facility. Source: Website archive of the president of Iran, www.president.ir (as accessed by the Institute for Science and International Security, 2014).

#25 Outlawing State-Sponsored Nuclear Procurement Programs & Recovery of Misappropriated Nuclear Goods

Occasional Paper #25: A call for condemning the programs and readying penalties for future cases.

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Summits Made Some Headway on Security

DECEMBER 1, 2016: Nuclear Security Summits are improving the security of vulnerable nuclear material.

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The IAEA Statute: A Living Document

A shift in international nuclear governance may be necessary to address today’s security threats.

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How American and Russian Nuclear Scientists Joined Forces to Mitigate Post-Cold War Dangers

VIDEO: Dr. Siegfried S. Hecker is a research professor and senior fellow at Stanford University.

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Tracking Radioactive Sources in Moldova through Social Media

In collaboration with NARNRA, CNS researchers use social media and network analysis to locate radiological sources in Moldova.

Putin suspends US-Russia plutonium disposal agreement

CNS experts are available to comment on the latest downturn in US-Russia relations.

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Improving the Security of All Nuclear Materials

A report on legal, political, and institutional options to advance international oversight.

Event: Lessons Learned from Eliminating WMD

The Nonproliferation Review launched its newest volume: a special, double issue on eliminating weapons of mass destruction.