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South Africa and the Nuclear Security Summits
South African Institute for International Affairs

South Africa and the Nuclear Security Summits

The Nuclear Security Summit (NSS) process to prevent non-state actors, particularly terrorists, from acquiring nuclear material was launched with fanfare in 2010 by US President Barack Obama with a single ambitious objective 'to secure all ... South African Institute for International Affairs, 4 weeks ago
Fuzzy Math on Indian Nuclear Weapons Carnegie Endowment, 1 month ago
South Africa and Nuclear Security Summits, 1 month ago

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UN atomic chief warns on nuclear terrorism

International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) chief Yukiya Amano says the possibility of a nuclear terror attack cannot be ruled out (AFP Photo/Joe Klamar) The world needs to do more to prevent nuclear terrorism, the head of the UN atomic watchdog ...
 The Guardian Nigeria1 month ago UN atomic chief warns on 'nuclear terrorism'  Look Local1 month ago UN nuclear chief: Terrorists have means, knowledge to build the bomb  The Times Of Israel1 month ago UN atomic chief Yukiya Amano warns on 'nuclear terrorism'  Deccan Chronicle1 month ago
Arms Control Association

The road not taken

Nuclear Security Summits have yielded little by focussing on securing small amounts of nuclear material. Any real progress must entail the U.S. and Russia reducing stockpiles and India and Pakistan reining in competitive nuclearisation. On March ...
 The Hindu1 month ago Live Blogging the Nuclear Security Summit  Arms Control Association1 month ago
MSN India

Is nuclear terrorism a real threat?

An international summit on nuclear security in Washington enters its second day Friday. Top of the agenda is how to stop terrorist organisations such as the Islamic State group from getting their hands on nuclear material. But how real is the threat?In the ...
 MSN India1 month ago

IS threat raises stakes for US nuclear summit The online news portal of TV5 WASHINGTON -- The specter of the Islamic State group obtaining a "dirty bomb" will loom over a top-level nuclear security summit hosted by President Barack Obama in Washington on Thursday and Friday.
 Interaksyon1 month ago IS threat ups stakes for US nuke summit  IAfrica.com1 month ago Daesh threat raises stakes for US nuclear summit  Jordan Times1 month ago Islamic State threat raises stakes for US nuclear summit  Modern Ghana1 month ago

Report: Brussels suicide bombers sought radioactive materials

The two brothers who detonated suicide bombs at an airport and subway station in Brussels this week, killing at least 31 and injuring hundreds more, had spied on a senior Belgian nuclear official in the Islamic State's quest to get radioactive ...
 Yahoo! News2 months ago

Seeking a Ban on Highly Enriched Uranium Production

Frank von Hippel, author of a new report on highly enriched uranium, speaks at the 15 March meeting of the International Panel on Fissile Materials. | Earl Lane/AAAS There is enough highly enriched uranium on hand to fuel non-weapon uses of the ...
 AAAS2 months ago
Times Live South Africa

Japan Sends 331 Kg of Weapons Grade Plutonium to US: Greenpeace

The Japan Atomic Energy Agency (JAEA), which is the government agency responsible for the nuclear material, has not commented on the Greenpeace statement. An agency spokesman cited security reasons. The US embassy in Tokyo also declined to ...
 Jakarta Globe2 months ago
Malay Mail

Japan to send weapons-grade plutonium back to US this weekend, Greenpeace says The online news portal of TV5 TOKYO - Japan will load weapons-grade plutonium onto a ship as early as this weekend to send to the United States, in what will be the largest such shipment of the highly dangerous material since ...
 Interaksyon2 months ago Japan to send plutonium back to US months ago Japan to send weapons grade plutonium back to U.S. this weekend, Greenpeace says  Sharenet2 months ago Greenpeace: Japan to send weapons-grade plutonium to US  Malay Mail2 months ago

Kennedy, Dimona and the Nuclear Proliferation Problem: 1961-1962

President John F. Kennedy worried that Israel's nuclear program was a potentially serious proliferation risk and insisted that Israel permit periodic inspections to mitigate the danger, according to declassified documents published today by the ...
 Wilson Center1 month ago
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