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Securing the Bomb 2005: The New Global Imperatives

Securing the Bomb 2005: The New Global Imperatives

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Anthony Wier
Matthew Bunn

Professor, Managing the Atom Project, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard University

An NTI commissioned report that grades current efforts and recommends new actions to more effectively prevent nuclear terrorism. Our May 2005 report finds that while the United States and other countries laid important foundations for an accelerated effort to prevent nuclear terrorism in the last year, sustained presidential leadership will be needed to win the race to lock down the world's nuclear stockpiles before terrorists and thieves can get to them.
 

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The 2023 NTI Nuclear Security Index

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