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Replacing Cesium-137 Blood Irradiators
Cesium-137 blood irradiator owners can take steps to eliminate risks by switching to alternative technology. (CNS)
The IAEA LEU Bank: An Investment in a More Secure Future
Spurred by NTI, this international effort has created an "insurance" policy for countries interested in pursuing nuclear energy without their own uranium-enrichment capabilities.
IAEA LEU Bank: Fact Sheet
A fact sheet on the IAEA LEU Bank opening in Kazakhstan on August 29, 2017.
From Theory to Reality: The Evolution of Multilateral Assurance of Nuclear Fuel
Establishment of multilateral approaches to the nuclear fuel cycle aimed at reducing the risk of proliferation and guaranteeing security of supply. (CNS)
The Low-Enriched Uranium Fuel Reserve at Angarsk
The issues surrounding the establishment of a nuclear fuel reserve in Angarsk, Russia. (CNS)
NTI President Charles B. Curtis Speaks at the US-Japan Workshop on Nuclear Energy
NTI's Charles Curtis and Corey Hinderstein welcome the announcement that the Federation of Electric Power Companies of Japan will set up a mechanism for participating in the World Institute for Nuclear Security (WINS).
Nuclear cooperation with U.A.E. in our interest
In an op-ed published in The Hill, former U.S. Secretary of Defense William S. Cohen and former Senator Sam Nunn call for broad support for the U.S.-U.A.E. 123 Agreement and argue that it is good for the United States from a U.S. national security standpoint and also good for the international nonproliferation regime.
The International Uranium Enrichment Center at Angarsk: A Step Towards Assured Fuel Supply?
The origins and progress of the Russian initiative to create a multilateral fuel enrichment enterprise and a fuel bank with low-enriched uranium. (CNS)
The Emerging Arab Response to Iran’s Unabated Nuclear Program
Analysis of increasing interest in civilian nuclear programs among Arab states, as a response to Iran's unchecked nuclear ambitions. (CNS)