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Preventing Weak Links in Nuclear Security: A Strategy for Soft and Hard GovernanceDownload
The Nuclear Security Governance Experts Group (NSGEG), a diverse group with nuclear sector experience, argues that world leaders should address five key dimensions of international nuclear security governance through the Nuclear Security Summit process and develop a strategic end game for the 2016 summit in the United States.
- Universalize the current nuclear security regime.
- Promote information sharing to build confidence.
- Support voluntary actions to improve nuclear security.
- Use peer review and culturally sensitive best practices.
- Endorse a unifying framework convention.
The NSGEG’s recommendations are based on deliberations at its many workshops held in the past 18 months, including “Preventing Weak Links in Nuclear Security: A Strategy for Soft and Hard Governance,” held on October 16-18, 2013, in Warrenton, Virginia. The October workshop was convened during the Stanley Center’s 54th Annual Strategy for Peace Conference with support from the Asan Institute for Policy Studies and the Partnership for Global Security.
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