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Report Examines Nuclear Security and Disarmament Link

Foreign Policy Institute Fellow Deepti Choubey examines how nuclear-armed and non-nuclear-weapon states view the relationship between preventing nuclear terrorism and reducing and eliminating nuclear weapons. Read More
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Report Endorses Navy’s Use of Safer Nuclear Fuel

The report endorses funding for research and development on advanced low enriched uranium fuels no later than 2017, in time for development of the next generation nuclear attack submarine. Read More
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Nine Nonprofits Recognized for Exceptional Creativity and Effectiveness, Awarded Up to $1 Million Each

From tracking money in U.S. elections to protecting the vulnerable in Mexico to reinvigorating civics education, these extraordinary organizations are tackling some of the most difficult social challenges and achieving outsized impact. Read More
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Virtual Roundtables Set on Reinventing Nuclear Security

A series of six virtual roundtables will explore how 21st Century innovation might accelerate progress toward the eventual eradication of nuclear weapons and the threats posed by nuclear materials. Read More
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Task Force Recommends Ways to Improve Transnational Security

The task force recommends ways government and industry can more effectively promote both security and economic competitiveness for sustainable public-private partnerships. Read More
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At Nuclear Facilities, Danger Lurks Within

Insider threats are the most serious challenge confronting nuclear facilities in today's world, according to a report by Matthew Bunn of Harvard University and Scott Sagan of Stanford University. Read More
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Survey Examines Expectations for Regional Power and Order in Asia

The survey asked non-governmental experts who help shape the debate on Asian security about their regional security perceptions and expectations. Read More