Sam Nunn and Richard Lugar recommend using the Nunn-Lugar Soviet Nuclear Threat Reduction Act of 1991, known as the Cooperative Threat Reduction Program, as a model for verifying North Korean nuclear disarmament
Hecker started the program with a thorough overview of the evolution of the North Korean program from its inception to present day, highlighting inflection points in the relationship between the U.S. and DPRK across a spectrum of issues.
PSI is an informal and voluntary partnership of states, without an organizational framework, treaty or permanent staff, which facilitates cooperation to stop the transport of WMD, missiles, and related technologies.
Separated plutonium is a sensitive material that presents both proliferation and nuclear security risks. However, unlike highly enriched uranium (HEU), separated plutonium has not received sufficient attention as a security risk, argues NTI Counselor John Carlson in a new paper.
The Kori Nuclear Power Complex currently houses eight reactors; six reactors are operational, one is still under construction, and one has been decommissioned (but will remain housed in the complex until the material can be safely stored and removed). Two more reactors were slated for construction; however, following a June 2017 speech by President Moon Jae-in announcing a ...
NOTE: In May 2013, the “Yonggwang Nuclear Power Complex” was renamed “Hanbit Nuclear Power Complex” due to protests by local fisherman. They claimed their sales suffered from association with the nuclear plant. 
The Hanbit Nuclear Power Complex has six operational units of three types.
Former Senators Sam Nunn and Richard Lugar encourage leaders to use the Nunn-Lugar Soviet Nuclear Threat Reduction Act of 1991 as a model for verifying possible nuclear disarmament if a deal is reached in upcoming US-North Korea talks.