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Nuclear Security Primer: The Existing System

Nuclear Security Primer: The Existing System

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This primer provides an overview of the key agreements, guidelines, multilateral engagement mechanisms, and implementation services that make up today’s nuclear security system. It also summarizes the benefits and limitations of each. Originally prepared for discussions related to the Global Dialogue on Nuclear Security Priorities, the document includes sections on agreements and guidelines, multilateral engagement mechanisms, and implementation services.

The Global Dialogue is an international, cross-sector dialogue among leading officials, experts, and practitioners on priorities and actions needed to strengthen the global nuclear security system to prevent nuclear materials from getting into the wrong hands. NTI launched the project in July 2012.

 

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Global Dialogue on Nuclear Security Priorities: Building an Effective Global Nuclear Security System

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Global Dialogue on Nuclear Security Priorities: Building an Effective Global Nuclear Security System

The Nuclear Threat Initiative has convened government officials, experts, representatives from international organizations, and industry leaders since 2012 to define what a truly comprehensive and effective global nuclear security system would look like and has developed related recommendations. This paper is the culmination of this work and lays out a vision for strengthening the global nuclear security system and the steps needed to achieve it, including after the summit process ends.



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