Preventing Nuclear Terrorism Globally: Results and Remaining Challenges

The 2014 Nuclear Security Summit – the third installment of a global effort to prevent nuclear terrorism – hosted by the Netherlands concluded in March with meaningful outcomes thwarting terrorist access to the building blocks for a nuclear bomb. The United States will host the fourth, and likely the last, Summit in 2016. To prepare for it, top officials from 50+ Summit participating countries will gather in Washington, DC near the end of October to further advance the global nuclear security agenda and plan for the effective implementation of a strengthened global nuclear security architecture.

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