Visions for Security

Visions for Security

Today, the road to security is a cross-cutting interchange of paths and approaches. The IAEA travels these paths everyday through its global reach. In this edition of the IAEA Bulletin, contributors offer their views on ways to move ahead. They don´t always agree on which way to go, but they do agree on the urgency of going forward.

Nuclear Security's Global Reach

Nuclear Security

An IAEA Bulletin update on where the IAEA´s work is heading.

 


From High to Low: Minimizing the Use of Highly Enriched Uranium

HEU

Pablo Adelfang and Ira Goldman highlight the steps the IAEA is taking to help to reduce the use of high-risk nuclear fuel at the world's research reactors.




Securing the Nuclear Fuel Cycle: What Next?

HEU

Sergey Ruchkin and V.Y. Loginov examine approaches for controlling sensitive nuclear technologies.




Talking about Terrorism: Q&A with Jessica Stern

RTG

A terrorism expert shares her perspectives on national and international threats and what she learned sitting across the table from terrorists.


 

Remote Control: Decommissioning RTGs

RTG

Taking old radiation sources out of service requires teamwork, reports Norway´s Malgorzata Sneve.




A Treaty's Testing Times

RTG

The Treaty turns ten. Ola Dahlman reviews the record and outlines the challenges for the world's nuclear-test-ban-treaty.





Nuclear Re-Think

RTG

Patrick Moore, the co-founder of Greenpeace, says he changed his mind about nuclear power myths a long-time ago.