International Cooperative Efforts – Governments, Industry and International Organisations
Panel 5: International Cooperative Efforts – Governments, Industry and International Organisations
This panel discussion was convened as a part of the 2nd International Symposium on HEU Minimization in Vienna, which was co-hosted by Austria, Norway and NTI, in cooperation with the IAEA. Panel members discussed the role of government leadership and international cooperation in HEU minimization efforts.
- Chair: Professor William Potter, James Martin Center for Nonproliferation (US)
- Dr. Roger Howsley, World Institute for Nuclear Security
- Pablo Adelfang, International Atomic Energy Agency
- Parrish Staples on behalf of Jeff Chamberlin, National Nuclear Security Administration (US)
- Mark Hibbs, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (US)
- Lars van Dassen, Swedish Nuclear Power Inspectorate
This was the fifth of six panel discussions that took place at the 2nd International Symposium on HEU Minimization in Vienna, which was co-hosted by Austria, Norway and NTI, in cooperation with the IAEA.
the Nuclear Threat
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