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MTA In The News
Matthew Bunn was interviewed on PBS Newshour about a recent Japanese Diet report calling Fukushima a man-made disaster.
MTA Fellow John Park was quoted in the New York Times about North Korea's missile program
Former MTA Research Associate Micah Zenko cited Securing the Bomb in an op ed on CNN.com
MTA/ISP Fellow John Park was quoted by the Washington Post on the U.S. response to North Korea's satellite launch.
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Matthew Bunn is a Professor of Practice at Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government. His research interests include nuclear theft and terrorism; nuclear proliferation and measures to control it; and the future of nuclear energy and its fuel cycle.
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Progress on Securing Nuclear Weapons and Materials
This report from MTA's Matthew Bunn, Martin Malin and Eben Harrell finds that an international initiative to secure all vulnerable nuclear stockpiles within four years has reduced the dangers they pose. But the new analysis also concludes that much will remain to be done to ensure that all nuclear weapons and material are secure when the current four-year effort comes to an end.
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