Strengthening Global Approaches to Nuclear Security

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Title: Strengthening Global Approaches to Nuclear Security
Author: Bunn, Matthew G.
Citation: Bunn, Matthew. 2013. Strengthening Global Approaches to Nuclear Security. Proceedings of the International Conference on Nuclear Security: Enhancing Global Efforts, International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).
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Abstract: Despite substantial progress in improving nuclear security in recent years, there is more to
be done. The threats of nuclear theft and terrorism remain very real. This paper recommends learning
from the much stronger national and international efforts in nuclear safety, and in particular taking
steps to build international understanding of the threat; establish effective performance objectives;
assure performance; train and certify needed personnel; build security culture and exchange best
practices; reduce the number of sites that need to be protected; and strengthen the international
framework and continue the dialogue once leaders are no longer meeting regularly at the summit level.
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