Silent Partnership: The G-8’s Nonproliferation Program

By Alan J. Heyes, Wyn Q. Bowen | March 1, 2010

Insiders say that a major international collaboration to reduce proliferation
threats is one of the most successful G-8 initiatives ever, yet its achievements
have been ignored publicly and its future is uncertain.

As the Russian invasion of Ukraine shows, nuclear threats are real, present, and dangerous

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