- US-Russia Initiative to Prevent Nuclear Terrorism

The U.S.-Russia Initiative to Prevent Nuclear Terrorism Newsletter: September - November 2017

  • Elbe Group members participate in Moscow conference.
  • U.S. and Russian experts weigh in on North Korea’s nuclear missile program, call for preservation of the nuclear deal with Iran.
  • NNSA Reports that some nuclear security cooperation with Russia is continuing.
  • Saradzhyan testifies on potential for U.S.-Russian counter-terrorism cooperation.
  • Bunn and Roth ponder effects of a nuclear terrorist bomb explosion.

All headlines of the September - November 2017 issue of the U.S.-Russia Initiative to Prevent Nuclear Terrorism Newsletter:

  • Upgrades of Protection Perimeter at Closed Nuclear City in Russia Go Wrong
  • Russia Apparently Decides to Use HEU in New Reactors for Icebreakers
  • U.S. and Russian Experts Weigh in on North Korea’s Nuclear Missile Program
  • France to Investigate Reported Nuclear Security Flaws
  • Mayak Denies Being Source of Ruthenium-106 Contamination
  • NNSA Reports Say Some Nuclear Security Cooperation with Russia Continues
  • U.S. and China Hold Consultations on Countering Nuclear Smuggling
  • Draft NDAA Sets Aside $20B for Nuclear Security, Funds Construction of MOX Plant
  • Spent Fuel of Plutonium Production Reactors Shipped from Zheleznogorsk to Ozyorsk
  • Saradzhyan Testifies on Potential for U.S.-Russian Counter-Terrorism Cooperation
  • Elbe Group Members Participate in Moscow Conference
  • U.S. and Russian Experts Call for Preservation of the Nuclear Deal with Iran
  • Russia Reports Possession of 57 Tons of Civilian Plutonium
  • Rosatom Begins to Offer NPP Protection Systems to Foreign Customers
  • Putin Criticizes U.S. for Failing to Reciprocate in Nuclear Security Domain
  • Stanford Offers Free Web Course on Nuclear Terrorism Threat
  • Hecker, Nunn and Lugar Win American Nuclear Society Award
  • Luxembourg Forum Holds Annual Conference
  • Bunn and Roth on Effect of a Nuclear Terrorist Bomb Explosion
  • Russian-Origin HEU Repatriated From Kazakhstan
  • U.S.-Ukrainian Exercise at Zaporizhia NPP
  • Russia Possesses 680 Tons of HEU
  • Singapore Criminalizes Possession of Nuclear Materials or Explosive Devices.
For more information on this publication: Please contact the Belfer Communications Office
For Academic Citation: Saradzhyan, Simon, ed. The U.S.-Russia Initiative to Prevent Nuclear Terrorism Newsletter: September - November 2017. US-Russia Initiative to Prevent Nuclear Terrorism 12/05/2017.

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