Vice President, International Fuel Cycle Strategies
Corey Hinderstein, NTI’s vice president for International
Fuel Cycle Strategies, has written a new
article for the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists’ bimonthly
magazine about the history and the work of the International Partnership for
Nuclear Disarmament Verification (IPNDV), a public-private partnership between
the U.S. Department of State and NTI which involves more than 25 countries with
and without nuclear weapons. The article highlights how the partnership is laying
a foundation for future arms reductions and serving as a model for
international collaboration on significant technical challenges.
This article is among several in this month’s issue,
entitled Trust, but Verify,
focused on the complex issues involved with arms control verification and nuclear
weapons reductions. Subscribers can access the full article here.
For non-subscribers, it can be downloaded for a fee.
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The International Partnership for Nuclear Disarmament Verification (IPNDV) held its annual plenary meeting in person from December 5-9, 2022, in Sydney, Australia. This meeting of the IPNDV was generously hosted by the Australian Safeguards and Non-Proliferation Office (ASNO).
Experts from NTI’s Nuclear Materials Security program joined more than 50 participants from 19 countries at Egmont Palace in Brussels, Belgium from June 27-29, 2022, to support the International Partnership for Disarmament Verification’s (IPNDV) first in-person meeting in more than two years.
The International Partnership for Nuclear Disarmament Verification (IPNDV) brought together more than 50 representatives from 11 partner countries for a virtual IPNDV 2021 End-of-Year event marking the mid-point of the partnership’s third phase of work.