Promoting Greater Transparency

The goal of promoting greater transparency is to increase international confidence in the nuclear security regime by demonstrating that best practices are being implemented.  The NSGEG members have in their workshops deliberated the following issues and questions and prepared papers considering how to promoting greater transparency.

Promoting Greater Transparency for Effective Nuclear Security, Summary of October 2012 Workshop  and Initial Policy Recommendations

Improving Information Sharing in the Current Regime

Migrating Safety and Safeguards Mechanisms to Nuclear Security

Incentives for Transparency

Protecting Information in a More Transparent Environment

Building Confidence in Information Sharing


Regional Approaches to Nuclear Security and Transparency: The Example of Argentina and Brazil by Rodrigo Alvarez, Global Consortium on Security Transformation
Incentives in the New Global Order for Nuclear Security by Irma Arguello, The NPSGlobal Foundation
New Opportunities for Nuclear Security Best Practice Sharing: The Role of the Centers of Excellence by Yoo Ho-sik, Korea Institute of Nuclear Nonproliferation and Control
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