Alex Bednarek

Research Assistant

Alex Bednarek joined NTI in September 2016 and serves as a research assistant with the Material Security and Minimization Program, where he works on nuclear and radiological material security issues, both domestically and internationally.

Prior to joining NTI, Bednarek served as an intern on the Subcommittee for Terrorism, Nonproliferation, and Trade under the U.S. House Foreign Affairs Committee. In addition, he has served in positions relating to political consulting, territorial conflict and resolution, and international aid.

Bednarek holds a master's degree in Security Policy Studies from The George Washington University's Elliott School of International Affairs, where he had a dual focus in transnational security and non-state actors. He also holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Texas at Austin.


Re-Examining the State of Radiological Source Security in Russia

This paper explores the potential for a radiological attack, as well as the possible outcomes of such an event. It presents an overview of the state of radiological material security and disposal in Russia and highlights progress made, both domestically and internationally, in securing these materials.

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