U.S. Suspends Nuclear Trade With Chinese Group
U.S. Advances Nuclear Security Goals
The MacArthur Foundation's decision to exit the nuclear arms control field will complicate ongoing efforts to address the daunting arrays of nuclear threats and train the next generation of nuclear arms controllers.
Indian authorities arrest individuals for reportedly trading illicitly in uranium.
Even as missile proliferation accelerates, the primary initiative designed to check this trend is struggling to stay relevant and effective.
The cost to build the infrastructure to produce plutonium cores for U.S. nuclear warheads could be as much as $18 billion, more than twice earlier projections.
As the new chair of a multilateral initiative, the United Kingdom is trying to refocus international attention on minimizing the use of highly enriched uranium.
IAEA Director-General Rafael Mariano Grossi describes the agency's work on nuclear safeguards and security during the pandemic.
Saudi Arabia, IAEA Discuss Safeguards