Strengthening Nuclear Security – Practical Steps for Asia Pacific Countries
Notwithstanding the conclusion of the Nuclear Security Summits begun by President Obama in 2010, much remains to be done to strengthen nuclear security around the world. It is essential for governments to continue improving nuclear security. This requires international collaboration in ensuring high standards, best practice, accountability and so on. This is particularly important for Asia Pacific countries as this region is the world’s major growth area for nuclear programs. This policy brief by NTI counselor John Carlson outlines a number of practical steps countries can take to strengthen nuclear security and to demonstrate that they are meeting their responsibilities.
Download the policy brief here.
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