Building International Confidence & Responsibilty

Building International Confidence and Responsibility in Nuclear Security, Summary of November 2012 Workshop and Initial Policy Recommendations

For nuclear power to continue to expand, the public must be confident that nuclear security and safety measures are robust and accountability measures are in place. The NSGEG members have in their workshops deliberated the following issues and questions and prepared papers considering how to build international confidence and responsibility.


Global Governance as a Way of Balancing Sovereignty with Global Responsibility by Dong Hwi Lee Professor, Korea National Diplomatic Academy
Addressing the Transnational Nature of Nuclear Incidents by Togzhan Kassenova, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
An Assessment of the Nuclear Security Centers of Excellence by Alan Heyes, Centre for Science and Security Studies, Department of War Studies, King’s College London
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