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The U.S.-Russia Initiative to Prevent Nuclear Terrorism Newsletter: March - May 2017

Elbe Group is meeting tackles nuclear terrorism.

William Tobey weighs in on U.S. policy toward Russia.

Siegfried Hecker’s Doomed to Cooperate wins a U.S. national award.

Rolf Mowatt-Larssen assesses U.S.-Russian interaction on terrorism.

Olli Heinonen warns that the nuclear terrorist threat is getting increasingly sophisticated.

Headlines of the March – May 2017 issue of the U.S.-Russia Initiative to Prevent Nuclear Terrorism Newsletter:

  • Japan Hosts GICNT’s 10th Plenary
  • Siegfried Hecker’s Doomed to Cooperate Wins a U.S. National Award
  • Rolf Mowatt-Larssen on U.S.-Russian Interaction on Terrorism
  • Olli Heinonen: Terrorist Threat is Getting Increasingly Sophisticated
  • The Trump Administration Requests $13.9 Bn for NNSA, Wants to Terminate MOX Plant
  • UN: Terrorists No Longer Need Access to Nuclear Weapons to Effect a Nuclear Detonation
  • Changes at the Belfer Center
  • Byron Dorgan on U.S.-Russian Cooperation against Nuclear Terrorism
  • Russians Believe Al-Qaeda Most Likely of All Non-State Actors to Use WMD against Their Country
  • Spent Nuclear Fuel Removed At Andreeva Guba
  • Nuclear Security Center Opens in Kazakhstan
  • Russian Government Establishes Security Zones around Nuclear Facilities
  • Russia to Build a New Ship to Transport Nuclear Waste
  • Belfer Center Launches a U.S.-Pakistan Relations Dialogue on Nuclear Security and Other Issues
  • RUSI: Central Asia Should Do More to Prevent Nuclear Smuggling
  • Belarus Stages a Counter-Terrorism Exercise at NPP
  • Radiation Detection System Installed at Moldova’s Main Airport
  • NNSA Maps Out Its Global Effort to Remove HEU and Plutonium
  • GAO: DOE and NNSA Should Improve Reporting Practices
  • William Tobey on U.S. Policy toward Russia
  • Murmansk Has Hosted Conference on Nuclear Terrorism
  • Matthew Bunn on Insider Threats
  • Russian MoD Refutes a Prank Report on Theft of Nuclear Weapons
  • Elbe Group’s March Meeting Tackles Nuclear Terrorism, Other Challenges
  • IPNT Experts Weigh in on North Korean Nuclear Challenge
  • FMCT Group Meets
  • NTI and Luxembourg Forum Organize Event to Discuss Nuclear Terrorism
  • NNSA and FBI Stage a WMD Exercise.
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For Academic Citation: Saradzhyan, Simon, ed. The U.S.-Russia Initiative to Prevent Nuclear Terrorism Newsletter: March - May 2017. US-Russia Initiative to Prevent Nuclear Terrorism 06/12/2017.

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