Nuclear Security Briefing Book 2022

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Abstract

The Nuclear Security Briefing Book (NSBB) was originally published as a reference guide on the international nuclear security framework for participants attending the Nuclear Security Summits (NSS), 2010-16. The NSBB has subsequently been expanded to include the post-NSS period so it can continue to be a useful resource for policymakers, officials, practitioners and academics. Compiled by academics at King’s College London and partners from the UK’s Nuclear Security Culture Programme, the objective of the NSBB is to provide readers with a comprehensive and objective overview of the international nuclear security framework and its evolution. The NSBB includes information on nuclear and radioactive materials in order to explain the nature of the threat, and discusses international agreements and guidance considered by the authors to be most relevant to nuclear security. The NSBB also serves as a comprehensive reference manual by consolidating the texts of key international instruments, conventions and informal initiatives.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherKing's College London
Publication statusPublished - 25 Mar 2022

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