Given the threat of nuclear terrorism facing the global community, there is a dire need to recapture political attention and momentum on nuclear security.
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In a speech to the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) in Washington DC, NTI CEO Ernest J. Moniz warned that the growing risk that miscalculation, accident, mistake or terrorism will lead to nuclear use and urged leaders to reexamine strategic nuclear policies.
ELN Research Fellow Alice Billon-Galland discussed EU-NATO collaboration at the RUSI-OCP Policy Center event “Regional Responses to Security Challenges in Europe and Africa” in Rabat, Morocco, on October 23rd 2017.
Miles Pomper writes that the Nuclear Security Summits have ended without building a sufficiently strong framework and doubts about whether it will be built in the future.
Bernard Norlain, Lord Owen, Sir Malcolm Rifkind and Paul Quiles argue that as long as the threat of nuclear terrorism exists, the effort to secure and reduce weapons usable nuclear and radiological materials must continue.
Fatmir Mediu argues that the Balkans have become a major staging post for ISIS operations in Europe, as a source of recruits, weapons, funding, and as a major transit route. Urgent measures are needed to address this threat.