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Paul Meyer on the Nuclear Security Summit Meeting in The Hague

April 01, 2014
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The Canadian International Council has published Fellow Paul Meyer's summary of the recent Nuclear Security Summit meeting held in The Hague, which discussed strengthening nuclear security and preventing terrorists, criminals and all other unauthorized actors from acquiring nuclear materials that could be used in nuclear weapons:

"In the wake of the fractured results from The Hague, there will be time over the next two years for participants in the nuclear security summits to redefine their interests and objectives for this process. If President Obama wants to have the 2016 summit count among his legacy achievements, he may wish to review the template for this event and arrange to have it address a wider and more realistic agenda for nuclear security."

Read the full piece here: The Fissure at the Nuclear Security Summit