International Convention on Nuclear Security

An International Convention on Nuclear Security (ICNS) would fill the dangerous gaps in the current nuclear security regime and create an effective and sustainable global system. Find out what this would entail when the NSGEG releases the ICNS on March 24 in Washington, D.C.

 The ICNS was written during the course of two years by four NSGEG members with expertise in nuclear security, international law, and foreign affairs: Ambassador John Bernhard, Ambassador Kenneth C. Brill, Dr. Anita Nilsson, and Dr. Shin Chang-Hoon.


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