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Ernest J. Moniz: “Boston Hospitals have devices that could be used to make dirty bombs. Why won’t they ditch them?”

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Ernest J. Moniz: “Boston Hospitals have devices that could be used to make dirty bombs. Why won’t they ditch them?”

Boston hospitals have an opportunity to receive tens of thousands of dollars of grants toward the purchase of new equipment that is just as effective for medical and research purposes as the radiological devices they have been using for decades.

Ernest J. Moniz and Sam Nunn on “Confronting the New Nuclear Peril”

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Ernest J. Moniz and Sam Nunn on “Confronting the New Nuclear Peril”

NTI Board Co-Chair and CEO Ernest J. Moniz and NTI Board Co-Chair Sam Nunn have co-authored an article in Foreign Affairs about the need to find new avenues for preventing nuclear weapons use at an increasingly dangerous time.

Eric Brewer on “South Korea’s Nuclear Flirtations”

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Eric Brewer on “South Korea’s Nuclear Flirtations”

Eric Brewer, deputy vice president for NTI’s Nuclear Materials Security Program, co-authored a piece for the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace titled “South Korea’s Nuclear Flirtations Highlight the Growing Risks of Allied Proliferation.”

Eric Brewer on the War in Ukraine and Nonproliferation
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Eric Brewer on the War in Ukraine and Nonproliferation

Deputy Vice President for NTI’s Nuclear Materials Security Program Eric Brewer writes that “although Russia’s war [in Ukraine] has created nuclear risks, the risk that it will unleash a wave of nuclear proliferation is lower than many believe.”

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