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Proliferation Prevention Program
Independent analysis and policy solutions to help curb WMD proliferation
Nuclear weapons have been an uneasy fact of life since 1945, both for the states that possess them and the states without them. Today, there is a growing recognition that the risks of nuclear weapons just might outweigh their benefits, even for nuclear weapon holders. Those risks converge in the possibility of nuclear terrorism. Read more.
Securing and protecting nuclear materials against theft and sabotage.
Ensuring peaceful uses of nuclear energy stay peaceful.
Tracking trends in nuclear energy supply and demand around the globe.
Encouraging new nuclear suppliers to minimize the proliferation and security impacts of their sales.
Examining the most immediate nuclear, chemical, and biological weapons threats.
International negotiations, agreements, and initiatives to reduce nuclear threats.
Tracking the political shifts and technical recommendations emerging in the aftermath of the Fukushima disaster.
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