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On nuclear weapons, nations must cooperate to avoid catastrophe

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On nuclear weapons, nations must cooperate to avoid catastrophe

President Obama’s visit to Hiroshima comes almost 71 years after the conclusion of a world war that was fought and ended with tremendous sacrifice, huge casualties and immense devastation. Today, global nuclear arsenals are capable of destroying not only cities but also civilization itself.

The Greatest Terrorist Threat: How to stop nuclear material from falling into the wrong hands

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The Greatest Terrorist Threat: How to stop nuclear material from falling into the wrong hands

Sam Nunn, Richard Lugar and Des Browne write on the nuclear terrorism threat after the assault on Paris: "As the 2016 Nuclear Security Summit approaches, we applaud leaders for engaging on the threat and for taking the steps they have already taken to remove and secure vulnerable materials, but we have a long way to go."

We need to take the dirty bomb threat seriously

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We need to take the dirty bomb threat seriously

In a Washington Post op-ed, Sam Nunn and Andrew Bieniawski highlight the threat of a dirty bomb and offer policy recommendations to address the threat.

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