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<em>Global Fissile Materials Report 2007</em>

Global Fissile Materials Report 2007

Second Report of the International Panel on Fissile Materials

Book, International Panel on Fissile Materials

October 2007

Belfer Center Programs or Projects: International Security; Managing the Atom; Science, Technology, and Public Policy

 

Over the past six decades, our understanding of the nuclear danger has expanded from the threat posed by the vast nuclear arsenals created by the superpowers in the Cold War to encompass the proliferation
of nuclear weapons to additional states and now also to terrorist groups. To reduce this danger, it is essential to secure and to sharply reduce all stocks of highly enriched uranium and separated plutonium, the key materials in nuclear weapons, and to limit any further production.


The mission of the IPFM is to advance the technical basis for cooperative international policy initiatives to achieve these goals.

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For more information about this publication please contact the MTA Project Coordinator at 617-495-4219.

Full text of this publication is available at:
http://www.fissilematerials.org/ipfm/site_down/gfmr07.pdf

For Academic Citation:

Global Fissile Materials Report 2007. Princeton, NJ: International Panel on Fissile Materials, October 2007.

Document Length: 164 pp.

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